Nonprofits Helping Girls & Women
Nonprofits that support girls and women are highlighted. Many are smaller nonprofits that don't have a large budget or resources. We know they'd appreciate your visit to their sites.
atSGf continues its virtual trip around the U.S. to highlight a nonprofit, that supports woman and girls, from every state. #3 brings us to New Hampshire. The Women’s Fund of New Hampshire is dedicated to encouraging philanthropy among women and girls, improving the lives of women and girls through social change grantmaking, and educating the community about the potential of women and girls.
Inspired by Virginia Wolf, A Room of Her Own, AROHO supports women writers. It's mission is to "bridge the gap between a woman’s financial reality and her artistic creation. The $50,000 Gift of Freedom Award is the largest grant of its kind to women in the United States."
Girls Leadership Institute (GLI) inspires girls to be true to themselves. We teach the practices of emotional intelligence, assertive self-expression and healthy relationships, giving girls the skills and confidence to live as leaders. We especially like their Summer Camp.
The Cherie Blair Foundation for Women supports "..women entrepreneurs so they can build and expand their businesses - and in doing so benefit not only themselves but also their families and communities. The Foundation focuses its efforts on Africa, South Asia and the Middle East in countries."
Women's Funding Network might be called "the wind beneath" since it helps fund other NPO that support women and children. Its mission is to accelerate women's leadership and invests in solving critical social issues -- from poverty to global security -- by bringing together the financial power, influence and voices of women's
The Portable Playhouse - ".. provides a specialized and unique art program to pediatric units in hospitals and women in outpatient cancer centers. Recognizing the need for innovative effective and healthy distractions, our mission was to research, design and implement a program to create a happy, healthy environment for our “special clients” through artistic expression." #nonprofit