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Women-Led Organizations to Support

March 8th is International Women's Day, a global day highlighting the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. Celebrate by donating funds or signing up to volunteer with these impactful organizations led by women.

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    Bold Futures led by Charlene Bencomo

    Bold Futures led by Charlene Bencomo

    For twenty years, we have worked to build reproductive justice in New Mexico by and for women and people of color. As we stepped into our 20th Anniversary, Young Women United wanted a name that reflected who we are today and where we are headed moving forward…

    GirlTrek led by T. Morgan Dixon

    GirlTrek led by T. Morgan Dixon

    GirlTrek, the largest public health nonprofit for African-American women and girls in the United States. With 1 million members, GirlTrek encourages women to use walking as a practical first step to inspire healthy living, families, and communities.

    Thorn led by Julie Cordua

    Thorn led by Julie Cordua

    We turn technology into hope for the most vulnerable kids. At Thorn, we form long-term partnerships to build tools to fight child sexual …

    Girls for a Change led by Angela Patton

    Girls for a Change led by Angela Patton

    Girls For A Change (GFAC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit youth development organization aimed at empowering Black girls and other girls of color in Central Virginia to visualize their bright futures and potential through discovery, development, innovation, and social change in their communities.

    Educate Girls led by Safeena Husain

    Educate Girls led by Safeena Husain

    Working in partnership with the Government, the community, and with the help of community volunteers (called Team Balika), Educate Girls has helped ensure higher enrolment and attendance for girls as well as improved learning outcomes for all children.

    Mother Africa led by Risho Sapano

    Mother Africa led by Risho Sapano

    The Mission of Mother Africa is to support African refugee and immigrant women and their families to reach their highest potential. We are committed to leadership building, advocacy and community action to reduce barriers to healthcare, education, safety and economic independence while fostering a comfortable space to celebrate our cultures, our families, and our growth.

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