Since 2000, The Women’s Fund has grown from a shared idea into a reality through the efforts of caring women. Many have chosen The Women’s Fund as part of their personal legacy with a gift of $1000 or more. These special women are called Partners.

Ways to Get Involved

The Fund today offers you many ways to get involved. Chose the one that is right for you and your personal circumstances:

Become a Lifelong Partner

With a gift of $1000 or more, donated at one time or over time you are adding to the legacy of caring

Make a one-time donation of $1,000.00:

Sign up for a 4 year plan @ $250.00 per year:

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Be a Donor

With gift of any amount at any time, you can give the gift that is right for you and know that every dollar helps. Use the Donate button to donate online or if you would like to mail in a donation please mail it to: PO Box 80157, Rochester, MI 48308-0157.

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Imagine looking for a job or returning to the workforce without appropriate clothes. If clothes make the man, then they are equally important to women and that is where Career Dress begins. The Women’s Fund has supported The Career Dress Boutique since 2004 with grants to Pump it Up, BRA-Vo, Essentials and most recently Your New Job Starts Here. Whether its shoes and purses, under garments or outerwear The Women’s Fund is committed to helping women prepare for their future. The volunteers at Career Dress would like to acknowledge and thank The Women’s Fund for its generous grant. The monies received went towards the purchase of brand new “plus sized” clothing for our guests who are embarking on interviews or beginning employment. Career Dress is committed to promoting the economic independence of low income women residing in Oakland County. With your support, our volunteers have assisted over 3,800 women change their lives with a change of clothing.

Karen Lockman - Director, Lighthouse of Oakland County, Career Dress Program