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9to5’s 40th Anniversary Sponsors

Trailblazer
MMK Design*
Ms. Magazine*
National Domestic Workers Alliance*
Open Society Foundations
Service Employees International Union (SEIU)
Union Copy Centers Inc.*
United Steelworkers

 Organizer
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
Marguerite Casey Foundation
Spelman College*
United Food and Commercial Workers Local 7
Women in Film and Television Atlanta*
Working America*

Ally
AFL-CIO
Anonymous
BerlinRosen
Jackie Boynton
Ellen Bravo and Larry Miller
Center for Community Change
Colorado Education Association
Dawn Springer Dance Projects*
Hawks Quindel, S.C.
Rockefeller Family Fund
Mark Thomsen
United Food and Commercial Workers International Union
United Steelworkers Local 675
Wisconsin Federation of Nurses and Health Professionals, AFT, AFL-CIO
Women’s Foundation of Colorado

 Partner
ACLU Foundation of Colorado
The Annie E. Casey Foundation Atlanta Civic Site
Anonymous Donor via a Donor-Advised Fund of The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta
Melissa Bunnen
Caring Across Generations
Denver Area Labor Federation
Diane Feeney
Gate City Moving
Georgia AFL-CIO
Hannah Rosenthal Donor Advised Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation
Ricardo F. Icaza, President UFCW Local 770
Jobs With Justice
Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO
McNamara Roseman & Kazmierski LLP
Metropolitan State University of Denver Institute for Women’s Studies and Services
Milwaukee District Council 48 AFSCME
National Partnership for Women and Families
The Previant Law Firm S.C.
Rathod Mohamedbhai LLC
RitzHolman CPAs
SEIU Local 1
SEIU Local 105
The Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities (BPDD)
Wisconsin Jobs Now
Wisconsin Voices

Friend
AFL-CIO Community Services Partnership with United Way of Greater Atlanta
Karen Ashmore
Atlanta Jobs With Justice
Atlanta’s Best Home Nursing Care
Bayaud Enterprises
Blackwell Communications LLC
Krista Brewer
Janine Brown
Center for Working Families
Centro Humanitario Para Los Trabajadores
Colorado AFL-CIO
Colorado Anti-Violence Program
Colorado Fiscal Institute
Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition
Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive Rights
Colorado Progressive Coalition
Colorado WINS
Communications Workers of America Local 3250
EMSA Fund Inc.
First Step Staffing
Georgia WAND
Georgia Women for a Change
Girls Inc.
Page Gleason
Grower’s Organic
Laurie Harvey
International Union of Painters & Allied Trades District Council 77
JavaVino
Colorado State Representative Claire Levy
Metro Atlanta Democratic Socialists of America
NAACP CO-MT-WY State Conference
NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado
National Employment Law Project
Anne Olsen
One Colorado Education Fund
Georgia State Senator Nan Orrock
Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains
Carolyn Raffensperger
Mary K. Roarabaugh
ROC.United
Brian Rothgery
Schwartz Rollins, LLCSEIU Healthcare Wisconsin
Siegel Public Affairs
Sweet and Associates, LLC
Trinity Partners
University of Wisconsin-Madison Center for Research on Gender & Women
Voces de la Frontera
Rod Wallace
Jane Wasson
Deborah Weinstein
WI Laborers’ District Council
Carol Williams and Roderick Johnson
Wisconsin Women’s Network
Women’s Lobby of Colorado

Additional Supporters
Juana Bordas
Jonathan Burseth
Citizen Action of Wisconsin
Colorado Business Women
Dorothy Dean
Mary Goode
Shirley Landru
Wisconsin State Senator Chris Larson
Jodie Levin-Epstein
Leslie Moody
Congresswoman Gwen Moore
Alan Nichols
Karen Nussbaum
Daislyn Pease
Joanne Ricca
Carol Richard
Angelique Rogers
Doreen Schultz
Rinku Sen
Rights for All People

 

* In-kind

For more information about 9to5 and our 40th anniversary, please contact: National Executive Director Linda Meric at 303.628.0925, lindam@9to5.org, or Development Director Nasreen Jilani at 404.222.0001, nasreen@9to5.org