Who We Are
Women and Philanthropy is a celebration of CSU’s women donors and provides a way to shine a light on the giving power of women – not just the gift of treasure, but also recognizing the time, talents, and leadership voices of women.
HOW TO JOIN
With a minimum of a $50 annual gift to any fund at CSU, you are eligible to join Women and Philanthropy. Once you have made your gift, we invite you to join our community and begin to receive communications and invitations to experiences that highlight the impact of women at CSU, in their communities, and around the world.
Explore your passions and make your $50 qualifying gift to join us. Already made your $50 gift this year? Click below to submit your information.
Your gift to the Women and Philanthropy fund at Colorado State University allows us to bring programming to our community; sparking opportunities to grow, learn and connect with one another. These gifts support our mission to connect and empower a community to elevate women and philanthropy at CSU.
Women and Philanthropy hosts several events and volunteer opportunities throughout the year that bring our community together to learn more about the exciting happenings at Colorado State University. We typically partner with other areas on campus to highlight the programs, research and impact women are having on campus.
In the News
CSU Athletics Receives $5 Million Gift from Bohemian Foundation for Women’s Athletics
September 6, 2022
On the 50th anniversary of Title IX, as part of Colorado State Athletics’ “Impact 50” campaign, a significant moment of impact has arrived in the form of the largest singular gift devoted solely to women’s athletics in Mountain West history.
The Texture of Generosity
June 8, 2022
Linda L. Carlson (M.S., ’88), curator emerita of the Avenir Museum, is the 2022 recipient of the Spirit of Philanthropy Award.
CSU sees spike in student/employee aid gifts during 3rd-highest fundraising year
August 20, 2021
See how your generosity sustained Colorado State University and fostered student success during the past fiscal year, generating the third-highest fundraising year on record.