Women in Philanthropy

Women in Philanthropy was started in 2005 to strengthen the philanthropic voice of women in Madison County. By encouraging the use of time, talents, and treasures, Women in Philanthropy is building a strong collaboration of women who are active in making their communities better and brighter.

Currently the Women in Philanthropy are actively growing an endowment that will be used to support the needs and interests of women throughout Madison County. With the initial goal of $100,000 , they have just eclipsed $90,000. Through the Women in Philanthropy's "Century Club" and Annual Luncheon, the goal is rapidly approaching and we encourage you to be a part of this tremendous undertaking and actively engage with this great cause.

If you feel inspired to join the effort to build this important endowment, and support future grant making efforts, you can give online by clicking "GIVE" in the menu bar, and selecting "Women In Philanthropy" for your donation. If you prefer to give by mail, please send a check to the Madison County Community Foundation Office with "Women in Philanthropy" in the memo line. 

Women In Philanthropy Brochure


Women In Philanthropy Committee

The Women in Philanthropy are guided by a wonderful team that gives of their time, talents, and treasures to put together a wonderful fall luncheon each year, which has become a can't miss event.

In addition, they are active in promoting, and sharing the value of the Women in Philanthropy's mission as well as planning for its continued growth and impact in our community.

Thank you to this year's committee for their service and dedication!

2021 Women in Philanthropy Committee


Lindsey Pancol Madinger, Chairperson


Jessica Fenwick


Marissa Skaggs, Co-Chair


Danielle Guion


Leslie Taylor, Co-Chair


Pam H. Jones


Sally DeVoe, MCCF Executive Director


Sharon McNabney


Nancy Anderson


Anne Pancol


Matilda Barber


Barbara Ann Riggs


Anita Canaday

 Kari Sisk, MCCF Program Director