Rocky Mountain Women’s Film (RMWF) is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit organization. All donations are greatly appreciated and considered tax-deductible for federal income tax purposes (less the value of any goods received in return).
Circle of Support
Join the ever-growing community of film lovers that support our year-round programming!
Starting at just $1 a day, you will be part of an extraordinary community dedicated to elevating the stories of women and others who are often unheard or unseen.
Your donation will help ensure that we are able to continue to cultivate a more empathetic and connected community through the shared experience of film and stories that compel us, entertain us, touch us, and inspire us.
Your $365 donation helps keep these year-round programs thriving:
The importance of giving
Supporting our mission to build community around film, elevating the stories of women and others who are often unheard or unseen, helps to cultivate a more empathetic and connected community. Every donation will help ensure Rocky Mountain Women’s Film has the ability to offer free programming throughout the year and continue to present our annual featured events, along with our marquee event the Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival.
Lori Cohen Endowment Fund
DR. LORI COHEN, MAY 10, 1958 - OCTOBER 4, 2014
A long-time supporter of women’s film, Dr. Lori Cohen left a substantial estate gift to RMWF and created the Lori Cohen Endowment Fund. Through gifts to the fund, you’ll join Lori in guaranteeing that RMWF receives a steady income stream each and every year, in perpetuity.
Lori is best described as someone with many wheels on her “fun wagon”. From the love and adoration she showered on her chiropractic patients to her love of fine food, fine wine, great hikes, perfect ski days, running in Red Rock Canyon, regular visits to the oceans, and attending and supporting Rocky Mountain Women’s Film.
From its inception, Dr. Cohen was a regular at the Friday night openings and always on for the Saturday and Sunday films as long as she could work in a run during the lunch break! The serious side of the films always touched the warm and thoughtful side of Lori. However, she really enjoyed the quirky, humorous films as well. Lori’s comment afterward was always, “See. Girls can be funny as well!”