What We Do
A Woman's Work provides support for women in the St. Vrain Valley whose immediate financial needs cannot be met by other sources. We ask only that recipients perform an act of kindness in return. How we help.
Would You Like To Help?
Volunteers are the heart of our organization. We could not help as many local women without our dedicated team of volunteers. Whether it's helping in the office, planning an event, or serving on a committee, it's our volunteers that make us thrive.
Come To An Event
We are always looking for ways to connect with the community, our donors and of course, raise funds. From one of our annual "signature events" to one of our many events with our business partners, there is something for everyone! View Our Events
The Board of Directors of A Woman's Work has selected Kate Gaddis as its new Executive Director. After a search process in which the Board evaluated many resumes and conducted numerous interviews, Kate Gaddis was selected to lead AWW into the next decade because of her experience, expertise, and passion for the organization.
Kate has been involved with A Woman's Work for over eight years as a Board Member and as Chairperson of the Board. She has also participated on several A Woman's Work committees including Fundraising and Marketing & Communications. Kate is a graduate of the University of Colorado and the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. She and her husband, John Gaddis Jr., have two children, Grant and Clare.
Chairperson, AWW Board of Directors
A Timely Fund For Women In Need
By partnering with local non-profits in the community, A Woman’s Work (AWW) has been able to bridge the gap between need and solution for women in the Longmont, Colorado area.
It is through the experiences of others that we can help to express how we help women in our community. Below are just a few of those experiences that have been shared.
“I start my prayers each morning thanking God for A Woman’s Work. I was able to travel to see my brother before he died because A Woman’s Work helped me. There was no one else out there who would help this way. You are angels, my angels.” (70 year old woman)
“I know A Woman’s Work is for women and my wife wrote a letter to thank you, but I want you to know from a man how much I appreciate that you kept us in our home. Without your help this family would have been homeless. You do good.” (husband of a recipient)