Become a Subscriber: Support Journalism about Feminist Philanthropy

Dear Readers, I have good news: Philanthropy Women continues to flourish and gain momentum. Our readership continues to grow and our traffic is about 40% higher on average than it was a year ago. Our visibility is also growing, and our premium access subscriber base is beginning to generate income that allows us to expand what we are doing.

Please support journalism about feminist philanthropy by becoming a subscriber to Philanthropy Women.

Now we are reaching out to you, dear readers, and asking for you to become premium access subscribers. Our ability to become sustainable in the long-term will depend on building a diverse subscriber base. By becoming a subscriber, you will help fund our work and the feminist community. You will have access to all of our content, including exclusive interviews with top funders and thought leaders in the gender equality philanthropy field. Your support will also be helping us sustain our mission of showcasing the exciting and evolving landscape of feminist philanthropy.

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Whether we’re writing about how Promundo is engaging men as allies, or showing how the Harnisch Foundation’s Funny Girls is inspiring tween girls to become fierce leaders, or profiling the landscape of funders supporting sexual abuse prevention, here at Philanthropy Women, we are continuously exploring the terrain of feminist philanthropy from many different directions.

Publishing Philanthropy Women is a labor of love, but we can’t do it without help from the community. Your support will mean we can produce more high quality journalism on the evolving field of gender equality giving. With your support, we will be able to help grow feminist philanthropy’s influence on local, national, and even global social policy and culture.

By supporting Philanthropy Women, you are helping to make visible the unique work of progressive women donors who are accelerating social change in powerful ways. Here is a link to the subscription page at Philanthropy Women. Thanks for your help!


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Author: Kiersten Marek

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

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