Join Denver Women in Business for Good

Helping women business leaders in Denver build connections, and enrich our professional and personal lives while doing good for the greater community. We come together once every quarter to network, donate, learn about local nonprofits, and vote on which ones to support together.

Kim Garcia

“I believe we have a responsibility as business leaders to find ways to serve others through charitable giving and acts of service. Working with other women to bring this value to life and simultaneously amplify the work of nonprofits in our local communities is something I cannot wait to be a part of.”

Kim Garcia, Denver Women in Business for Good


“As a woman and a leader in Corporate America, I want to get more engaged with fellow women leaders and help to give back. Being around like, kind, quality women would be so amazing!”

Mistie Rachal, Denver Women in Business for Good

Jen Frazier

“I am wildly enthusiastic about helping other women leaders thrive. Getting to help local nonprofits at the same time is a super bonus. I have spent my entire career working for or with nonprofits so this is near and dear to my heart. I am excited to meet other local women who have the same passions and values and I firmly believe that when we elevate women everywhere, the world will be a better place for all.”

Jen Frazier, Denver Women in Business for Good

Chantae Thomas

“I joined Denver Women in Business for Good to connect with like-minded women and network with others who are focused on supporting the Denver community. It is also nice to be amongst a group of individuals who are experiencing the same ups and downs, professionally, to be able to support each other and navigate the challenges. Sometimes it feels like we are on an island.”

Chantae Thomas, Denver Women in Business for Good

Rhiannon Hendrickson

“Community involvement and philanthropy are core tenents of my work and personal mission. I love the idea of joining like-minded leaders to make a collective impact.”

Rhiannon Hendrickson, Denver Women in Business for Good

Carrie Hunter

“I love supporting Women in Business and if I can combine that with good works - I'm all for it! I LOVE IT! Excited to be a part of this community and excited to see what we can do!”

Carrie Hunter, Denver Women in Business for Good

Connecting 280+ Community Leaders

Toni Sova-Corfee

Toni Sova-Corfee

Biz Dev/Sls Ldrshp Financial Services market at FreeBird Consulting

Melissa Burkhart

Melissa Burkhart

Founder and President at Futuro Solido USA

Children & Family
Giselle Lopez

Giselle Lopez

Neuro yoga and wellness at Own

Launching Fall 2022, DWBG members will donate $50 per quarter with the goal of raising at least $5,000 each quarter. We then decide together how to direct our funds.

Denver Women in Business for Good

Join the movement

Benefits of Joining

Make a commitment to give back. Learn about nonprofits, network with a community of women business leaders in Denver committed to the same cause, and more.


Grow your network…
Meet and make meaningful connections with other leaders who care about making a difference.


Make a bigger difference…
Pool your $50 donation with 100 others and amplify your impact. That’s $20,000 for nonprofits every year!


Have fun & socialize…
Come together in quarterly events to socialize, discover and vote on nonprofits, and make a bigger difference together.


Continue networking, meeting & inviting new members, and growing your group and impact.

Have questions? Learn more at our upcoming event.

This Friday at 4:00 PM we’ll host an open office hour for prospective members to learn about the group and ask questions.

Register for event on LinkedIn

A new era of philanthropy

The collective giving movement is now featured in a new TED Talk from the 2022 Conference! Sara Lomelin, our partner and CEO of Philanthropy Together, talks about the transformative power of giving circles and how you can join the movement to diversify and democratize philanthropy.

Watch it now and check out the top five moments that inspired us.

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