Introducing the Philanthropy Women Funding Guides

Philanthropy Women’s first funding guide is a condensed compilation of international funders for women and girls.

Now that we have gotten our feet wet with writing about a variety of funders in gender equality, it’s time for Philanthropy Women to build out some specific funding guides in the field. We are starting with a guide to international funders. Feminism has been a growing global movement for over 20 years, and now, more countries internationally are establishing funds and foundations of their own that address gender issues.

While some foundations fund both in the U.S. and internationally (and will thus appear on both lists) we hope the breakdown between these two funding sectors is uniquely helpful to grantseekers. Along with a guide to U.S. funders for women and girls, we will also be building out guides for corporate philanthropy for women and girls, STEM funders for women and girls, family foundations making grants for gender equality, feminist giving circles and networks, and feminist fellowships. We hope by breaking feminist philanthropy down into these different lists, we will save time and energy for grantseekers, so they can use more of their resources to focus on getting their applications in and getting more grants.

Although this list contains over 70 funders, it is not yet comprehensive, which is why it starts with information on how to contact us to be added, or to have your listing changed or updated. This is a fast-growing world and we know that we have not captured it all. But this is the beginning of a list that we hope is helpful for grantseekers, network builders, and people who want to know more about what is happening in gender equality funding.

And now, head on over to the new guide to Funders Supporting Women and Girls Internationally. 

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Author: Kiersten Marek

Kiersten Marek, LICSW, is the founder of Philanthropy Women. She practices clinical social work in Cranston, Rhode Island, and writes about how women donors and their allies are advancing social change.

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