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Martha Portree Commission on the Status of Women Scholarship

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$1,726
23%
Raised toward our $7,500 Goal
26 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on April 06, at 12:00 AM MST
Project Owners
Rank State Gifts
1 AZ 24
2 GA 1
2 UM 1

Lauren Copeland-Glenn

In Memory of Kay McKay

$100

Apr 01, 2022

Anonymous

$51

Mar 29, 2022

Anonymous

Undisclosed Amount

Mar 29, 2022

Gabriel Montano

In Honor of Clara Vargas

$51

Mar 29, 2022

Frances

Riemer

$96

Mar 29, 2022

Mary

Ruetten

$150

Mar 28, 2022

Brooke

de Heer

Undisclosed Amount

Mar 28, 2022

Michelle Mack

In Memory of Elaine Karle

$96

Mar 21, 2022

Don Henry

In Memory of Velvet Henry

$51

Mar 10, 2022

Mike Taylor

In Memory of Tomasa Ramirez

$51

Mar 10, 2022

Claudia Rodas

In Honor of In honor of my mother - Connie Rodas

$51

Mar 09, 2022

Ramona

Mellott

$100

Mar 08, 2022

Karen Haubensak

In Memory of Emily Maloney

$25

Mar 08, 2022

Anonymous

Undisclosed Amount

Mar 08, 2022

Marian

Armstrong

$96

Mar 08, 2022

Tina

Zecher

$51

Mar 08, 2022

Stephani

Williams

$96

Mar 04, 2022

Deborah

Mariage

$19

Mar 04, 2022

Karen

Staley

$19

Mar 02, 2022

Anne Hamlin

In Memory of Marilee Weinlander

$51

Mar 01, 2022

Anonymous

$96

Mar 01, 2022

Laura Taylor

In Memory of Martha Portree

Undisclosed Amount

Mar 01, 2022

Anonymous

$87

Mar 01, 2022

Nikki

Knoth

Undisclosed Amount

Mar 01, 2022

Amy

Rushall

$96

Mar 01, 2022
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$19

19th Amendment

Make a gift of $19 in honor of the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution.

$51

"Ain't I a Women?" Speech 1851

Donate $51 in honor of Sojourner Truth, a former slave, who delivered her now famous “Ain’t I a Woman?” speech at a women’s rights convention in Akron, Ohio.

$87

Women's History Month 1987

Celebrate the first ever Women's History Month in 1987 with your gift of $87.

$96

Formation of NACW 1896

The National Association of Colored Women was formed in Washington, DC, in 1896 by Mary Church Terrell, Ida B. Wells-Barnett, Margaret Murray Washington, Fanny Jackson Coppin, Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, Charlotte Forten Grimke, and Harriet Tubman. NACW became the largest federation of local black women’s clubs; suffrage was an important goal for black female reformers. Donate $96 to honor the formation of the NACW.

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