Investing in Women’s Leadership in the Central Valley - Women's Foundation California
Elmy Bermejo with the Greenfield Walking Group, Sowing Change 2009.

This week, the Women’s Foundation of California will be leading a funders’ tour in California’s Central Valley: Sowing Change 2010.

For two days, we will be meeting with dynamic women leaders in their communities, and learning about both the challenges and opportunities faced by residents of the Central Valley.

Since 2001, we’ve invested more than $3 million in women’s leadership in the Valley, and we’ve seen remarkable advances. But there’s more work to be done and Sowing Change 2010 is a key step to increasing investments for social change in the Central Valley. Read more.

Rebecca Plevin, community health reporter for Vida en el Valle, will be live-blogging during the tour. You can read her blog posts here.

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