Join us at our events. Our events educate about current and critical many women in Arizona face each daily. Topics may sometimes be bold and intense but a reality to many Arizona women. 

Hear powerful stories from brave and strong women who show their vulnerability and share their personal stories. Learn from experts in their filed about shocking truths of what is going on right in our backyards around domestic violence, human-trafficking, mother and child neglect, wage disparities, pornography, opioid addiction—the list goes on and on. You may identify with someone you know experiencing a similar situation—it may even be you. 

Individuals attending one of our events, experience mixed emotions. Emotions of anger, a bit of depression, sometimes disgust, sympathy, disbelief, sadness, joy or feelings of hope. One thing for sure, most leave inspired, motivated and ready act on that inspiration to help women, event if just one.

Register today for one of our SHE Talks!® Salon series or Annual Awards Luncheon. And follow us to get alerts on other events throughout the year.”



The annual Awards Luncheon helps support the grant-making for local women-focused nonprofits and general operations for the foundation. Each year the Board of Directors identifies individuals who are leading the way in changing the status of Women in Arizona or around the world. The Sandra Day O’Connor Lifetime Achievement, Voice of Women and Marilyn R. Seymann Awards, are presented independently to three worthy individuals who exemplify that change. 



SHE Talks!™ is a great way to bring people together in a comfortable environment (at your home or office) to raise funds and awareness for issues affecting the Safety, Health and Economic Empowerment of women in Arizona.  Perhaps your community service club, church, bridge group, book club, business or friends want to be informed of the latest trends in issues affecting women.  The Arizona Foundation for Women will gladly provide a speaker(s) for 45 minutes to share on a topic that you and everyone else in the room pass on to others.


National Women & Girls Awareness Months