WE CAN’T DO WHAT WE DO, WITHOUT YOU.
Black, Latina, Indigenous, AAPI and other women and gender expansive people of color often find themselves working, leading, and pushing for meaningful change in silos with limited shared spaces to problem solve, create, innovate, heal, and support one another.
Women of Color are lacking the social and emotional support they need to tackle issues of systemic racism and sexism in addition to a lack of support in incubating their leadership, creativity, scholarship, entrepreneurship, activism, and innovations.
Zora’s House connects women of color to the support, resources, and opportunities they need to advance their leadership, and directly confronts forces of systemic oppression that bar women of color from full participation in the economic, cultural, and civic life of our community.
There are so many ways that women of color and allies can support this work!
Give By Mail
Attn: Tamaliyapo Mphande
Director of Development
1131 Summit Street
Columbus, Ohio 43201
Give By Phone
and ask to speak with Development
Shop and Give
A simple way to support our work is to choose Zora’s House as recipient through giving programs such as Amazon Smile.
Many corporate workplaces offer generous matching programs – check with your employer for details and increase your impact!
Give Through Your DAF
You can support transformative programming for women of color through your donor-advised fund by directing gifts to Zora’s House.
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Give Through Planned Giving
Donations can be offered through a will, estate plan, life insurance policy, stocks and real estate. By making Zora’s House a part of your estate plan, your contribution will benefit future generations of women of color.
Zora’s House can accept select in-kind donations such as new or gently used technology or equipment, food, services and books.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in providing an in-kind donation.
Give to the WOC Community Lending Library
If you are interested in donating books to the Women of Color Community Lending Library, please