Supporters of The Women’s Foundation strive to improve the lives of women and girls in Kansas City! Get to know our donors by clicking through the tabs!
Angela Curry is a woman of compassion and action. She is tireless and fearless and she shares generously of her time and creative energies. A long-time advocate for women and girls, Angela is a force for equity, change and improvement. Angela sees a need and she steps in to fill it.
The Women’s Foundation of Greater Kansas City has benefited greatly from Angela’s generosity and creativity. She has served on the board and been involved in a number of key committees, working on Celebration of Women Commemorative Journal, on the Golf Classic and on volunteer development. Through her work at The Foundation, she has enthusiastically contributed her resources, time and incredible insights to making Kansas City a better, more supportive place for women and girls.
Andre Logan has been a supporter of The Women’s Foundation since 2006 where he attended his first Luncheon. In 2009 he joined the VIP committee as one of the first male committee members. Since then, Andre has gone on to become a Board Member and serves on the Board Governance Committee. He has supported every annual luncheon and honored his mother in the 2011 Celebration of Women Commemorative Journal. He is a Kansas City Voice in Philanthropy (V.I.P.)
“The Women’s Foundation provides a critical piece in the development of women and girls. I come from a matriarchal family. I understand the importance of providing a network of support to help women and girls realize their potential and be the best they can possibly be. The programs and volunteer opportunities The Women’s Foundation offers gives the education and tools needed for women and girls to be successful. I know the support I give the foundation will help so many more than any single donation to one charity. “– Andre Logan
Andre also spends his time volunteering for Uplift Organization, Inc., the Regional Transit Alliance, and the American Jazz Museum.
Linda Moore, Ph.D., is a long–time supporter of The Women’s Foundation. Linda started donating to The Women’s Foundation in 1994, as a part of the Charter Endowment Investor Campaign. Since then, Linda was one of the founders of the Spirituality Field of Interest Fund, has supported every annual luncheon and the Celebration of Women Commemorative Journal for the last 3 years. She is a Kansas City Voice in Philanthropy (V.I.P.). We are pleased to acknowledge Linda Moore for her generosity and support of The Women’s Foundation throughout the past 15 years.
“The Women’s Foundation is “one stop shopping” for me. Our grants incorporate the core interests I have focused on throughout my life –both personally and professionally. For 30 years my professional focus, in my private practice, my consulting, my writing, has been the psychology and well-being of women. My volunteer work has had the same focus. Thus when I contribute to the Foundation on a regular basis, I know that my money is being directed to the organizations and programs doing what I care most about — providing opportunities for the emotional, intellectual, physical and spiritual well-being of women and girls. The Foundation provides the most satisfying way I have found to give back to my community with confidence.” –Linda Moore, Ph.D.
“I firmly believe that if society can figure out how to support women (and girls) in our local communities; giving them the resources they need to contribute to the welfare of their homes (whether single parent or not) the whole community will be enhanced. The Women’s Foundation of Greater Kansas City has given me so much hope that this can be accomplished! I work in the investment industry and value the enhancement of financial education in everyone’s life – in the context of the WFGKC, for women and particularly for girls. If we can catch girls while they are just learning these concepts, we can make progress in limiting the behaviors that work against economic self sufficiency. This foundation clearly supports that premise.
Knowing that the contributions to the endowment will be a legacy for this organization, it makes it easy to give. I want my personal legacy to show that I cared about women and girls in Kansas City and wanted them to have more.” – Peg VanWagoner
“I believe in, and strongly support the Mission and Vision of The Foundation. It is important to support the growth and success of women and girls in our community.” -Karla Zanker, Volunteer of the Quarter Fall 2011
Other interests include the National MS Society, Wayside Waifs, and prior to moving to Kansas City, Karla was a Regional Board Member for the National Conference for Community and Justice.