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Corporate & Workplace Giving

Put your Philanthropy to Work

As a corporate partner, you are a critical partner in our vision: A world of equal opportunity where women and girls – and all people – hold the power to create and lead safe, prosperous lives.

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“The important work of the Women’s Foundation of Minnesota aligns with our philanthropic mission of the economic empowerment of women and we are pleased to partner with the organization.”

Larry Kloth

Retired Minnesota state president and Minneapolis-St. Paul market president, Bank of America

Donate Through Your Workplace

Payroll deduction offers an easy way to support the Women’s Foundation if your employer sponsors a community-giving campaign, such as United Way or Community Solutions Fund.

Contact Amanda Storm Schuster, Vice President of Advancement, at 612-236-1830 for more information.

Establish a Donor Advised Fund

Donor Advised Funds offer you all the fun of running your own “mini-foundation.”

Contact Amanda Storm Schuster, Vice President of Advancement, at 612-236-1830 for more information.

Employee Matching Gifts Programs

Contact Amanda Storm Schuster, Vice President of Advancement, at 612-236-1830 for more information.

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Economic Summit Sponsorships

APRIL 12, 2019
8 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. | Radisson Blu Mall of America, Bloomington

View the full list of benefits and sponsor levels

View Sponsorship Packet


Sponsorship Levels & Benefits Overview
Presenting $50,000 (One Available) Glass Ceiling Breaker $25,000 (Three Available) New Girls Network $10,000 (Five Available) Workforce Equity $5,000 (Ten Available)
Your logo on all advertising Tier 1 placement/size in three ads Tier 2 placement/size in two ads Tier 3 placement/size in one ad
MN Public Radio Primetime Ads
Email Blasts Tier 1 placement/size Tier 2 placement/size Tier 3 placement/size
Logo on Invitation Tier 1 placement/size Tier 2 placement/size Tier 3 placement/size Tier 4 placement/size
Logo in Press Release
Social Media Promotion
# of Tickets to Summit 20 w/ premium seating 10 w/ premium seating 4 2
Event Recognition
Private VIP Reception
On-screen Slideshow Tier 1 placement/size Tier 2 placement/size Tier 3 placement/size Tier 4 placement/size
Signage Tier 1 placement/size Tier 2 placement/size Tier 3 placement/size Tier 4 placement/size
Program Tier 1 placement/size Tier 2 placement/size Tier 3 placement/size Tier 4 placement/size
Special Features Co-create and lead a sponsored breakout session. Named sponsor of one breakout session.
Logo on Thank You Message
Follow Up Correspondences

Exclusive sponsorship opportunities provide year-round high-profile statewide visibility at Women’s Foundation of Minnesota events with grantees, experts, partners, and communities. This is an excellent opportunity to extend your business with our investment in research, community-based solutions, statewide grantmaking, and public policy to benefit women, families, and all Minnesotans.


For more information, contact Andrea Satter, Development Officer
andrea@wfmn.org | 612.236.1805

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Foundation & Corporate Sponsors

The Women’s Foundation of Minnesota is grateful to our foundation and corporate sponsors for their generous support to build equal opportunity and generational well-being for women and families in Minnesota.

3M
Hugh J. Andersen Foundation
Bank of America
Best Buy Co., Inc.
The Beverly Foundation
F.R. Bigelow Foundation
Blandin Foundation
Otto Bremer Trust
Bush Foundation
The Patrick and Aimee Butler Family Foundation
Caroline’s Kids Foundation
Carlson and Carlson Family Foundation
Charlson Foundation
Delta Dental
Faegre Baker Daniels
General Mills Foundation
George Family Foundation
John Larsen Foundation
Mall of America
Marbrook Foundation
Mardag Foundation
The Minneapolis Foundation
Mortenson Family Foundation
Novo Foundation
Pohlad Family Foundation
RBC Wealth Management
The St. Paul Foundation
Sunrise Banks
Thomson Reuters
U.S. Bank
Walmart Foundation
Wells Fargo Bank