Erie Women's Fund

Erie Womens Fund

The Erie Women's Fund is dedicated to Empowering Women and Families. Since beginning in 2007, this group has given more than $1,000,000 to local nonprofits that align with our mission. EWF provides financial grants, hosts enriching educational forums, and engages members through informational meetings and social gatherings.

Getting Involved:

The Erie Women's Fund is open to new members all year round. Becoming a member means you get to vote on our $100,000 annual grant, are given the opportunity to join any of our four committees, and receive access to all of our events throughout the year!

Please commit as you are able:

  • Platinum ($2,500+ annually)
  • Gold ($1,000 annually)
  • Silver ($500 annually)
  • Bronze ($250 annually)
  • Group ($1,000 annual commitment, paid in full at one time, for up to 10 women) Group membership available to individuals during their first year of membership.

Please join by selecting Join Now, or by mailing a check to The Erie Community Foundation at 459 West 6th Street, Erie PA 16507.

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Already a Member?

Are you already a member of The Erie Women's Fund and would like to be more involved? Click here for information on the Erie Women's Fund Membership Committees.

Frequently Asked Questions

Click here for some frequently asked questions about the Erie Women's Fund.

You can find a copy of our bylaws here.

Read the 2022 Annual Report:

Education Archive

The Education Committee is responsible for hosting engaging, enriching and timely events for all of EWF membership. This year, we've had to pivot to host virtual education sessions, as the health and safety of our members is important to us. Our education sessions can be found below.

Women In The Workplace Pandemic's Impact on Women Domestic Violence Alliance with DA Jack Daneri

In 2020, we created the Three-Part Series on Systemic Racism to inform our membership of the local impact of this important issue. Through the three-part series, our members are able to hear from local psychologists, historians, educators and leadership of how it affects our community.

View Session 1 View Session 2 View Session 3

For more information or to join, call us at (814) 454-0843.