Knowing the issues and the facts puts us in a better position to act as catalysts for change. That’s why the Aurora Foundation commissioned the first comprehensive report assessing the condition and needs of women and girls in Greater Hartford. The details in the report inform Aurora’s grants program—and anyone working to improve conditions in our area.
100 MEN’s Campaign Kick-Off Breakfast ~ September 26
Join us with Coach Jim Calhoun to kick off this third annual fundraising campaign. LEARN MORE
13th Annual Signature Breakfast ~ October 26
Featuring Keynote Speaker Jennifer Openshaw. Join us as a Sponsor or Table Host! LEARN MORE
New Board member wanted
Aurora is currently seeking a new board member to serve on our Finance and Investments Committees. Are you interested in joining and have knowledge of accounting procedures, Quickbooks, and organizational budgeting? YES, I’M INTERESTED!
The Aurora Foundation sprang into life to empower women and girls in Greater Hartford—and through them to empower their families and communities.
An undeniable ripple effect occurs when a woman attains economic stability and personal wellbeing. She doesn’t just benefit herself; she can better care for her family and contribute to her community.
Giving to the Aurora Foundation contributes to stronger and healthier communities in the Hartford area.
Traditional philanthropy does not meet the needs of women and girls. Yet women reinvest 90% of their earnings in their families. We know, therefore, that providing opportunity for a woman or girl creates a powerful agent of change for her entire community.
That’s why we started the Aurora Foundation: to unlock the potential in our communities. That’s why your contribution makes such a difference.
Aurora’s Leadership Forum, Taking a Seat at the Table ~ A standing-room-only crowd gathered at the Legislative Office Building on April 4 to hear from an inspiring panel of regional women leaders as they shared their personal journeys to leadership and discussed how to promote more women to leadership roles now and in the future.
Aurora’s Executive Director Jenny Steadman and CT State Representative Derek Slap discuss Aurora’s impact and how Pay Equity legislation can help secure economic security for more women in Greater Hartford.