A common purpose and shared goals continue to fuel the growth of our community. Together, we connect, interact, discover, and support solutions that help women and girls improve their lives and reach their goals. “The Foundation and Unidas made me feel both unique and part of a community where I could really be myself. And you need to be comfortable in yourself to make a difference in the world.”
~Alexis Freeman, former Unidas member and WFSA board member.

Annual Luncheon

Thank you to everyone who helped make our 26th Annual Luncheon on April 24, 2019 a huge success.  Our sold-out event raised over $400,000 and brought together a community of supporters who make a difference in the lives of women and girls.

We look forward to seeing you on April 28, 2020!

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Women are more likely than men to be out of the workforce. 59% of all individuals not in the workforce are women. Why? Because it takes a village to raise a child and childcare subsidies have been cut to zero in the last five years.

WFSA in the Community

Unidas on The Morning Blend

Unidas brings together a diverse group of girls from across the community and trains them in leadership, philanthropy, grant-making, and social justice issues that affect girls in greater Tucson. "I had a rough idea of what feminism and philanthropy meant to me, but when I started the program I was able to develop my personal skills to advocate on issues affecting girls in Tucson and Southern Arizona. Plus we need to dispel negative stereotypes surrounding feminism; feminism means gender equality and equal opportunities." says Ingrid Eck, former Unidas program participant and current WFSA board of trustees.

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Hotel Congress - La Feminista Libation Donations Support Women's Foundation

“The overwhelming success of the La Feminista has delighted us all and we are proud to announce that we’ve decided to continue our support of WFSA in 2015 with the signature cocktail. Making the Women’s Foundation the beneficiary for 2015 was a no-brainer for us, since not only is it a fantastically refreshing drink, but its sales support such an amazing organization that affects real change in our community,” Hotel Congress owner, Shana Oseran.

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Unidas participants learn how to make a difference together. The program offers girls hands-on opportunities in community service, leadership, social justice, and grant making – all devoted to improving the lives of women and girls in Southern Arizona.