Grantee partners.

Since 1998, The Women’s Foundation has been fortunate to work with over 205 community-based organizations working to improve the lives of women and girls across the Washington region. Below are the Grantee Partners we have worked with in the past three years.

*Denotes a currently funded Grantee Partner
+ Denotes a ‘Stand Together Fund’ Grantee Partner

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District Alliance for Safe Housing+*

In 2006, the District Alliance for Safe Housing (DASH) was founded at a time when there were less than 50 beds in the city dedicated specifically for victims of domestic violence. Survivors with multiple barriers including mental health and addiction issues had even fewer options for safe housing. Unlike the various housing programs in the city, the vision for DASH has been to create a culture where safe housing is a right shared by everyone. This means that all survivors, regardless of their circumstance, disability, or need should be able to live without fear of abuse or homelessness, and that ensuring that right is incumbent on everyone in the community.

DASH is the largest dedicated safe housing provider for survivors and their families in DC.

Home Care Partners+

Home Care Partners is a private non-profit agency serving the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Our mission is to enable vulnerable people to remain in their own homes in comfort, safety, and dignity. We do this by:

- Providing comprehensive home care services.
- Training those interested in meaningful careers in the home care field.
- Supporting family caregivers.

We are committed to excellence; we embrace diversity; and we serve those in need with priority given to those unable to pay the full cost of care.

House of Ruth+*

House of Ruth provides homes and comprehensive, supportive services to abused and homeless women and children in Washington, DC.

Identity, Inc.+*

Identity’s mission is to create opportunities for Latino youth to believe in themselves and realize their highest potential.

Ikram Foundation+*

Ikram Foundation seeks to enhance the dignity of Muslim women by empowering them through education. Ikram is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations that offers educational grants to divorced or widowed Muslim women so that they can break the cycle of poverty and earn a living wage job. Ikram recognizes that while women of all faiths, nationalities, and cultures share many common struggles-there are certain issues unique to Muslim women in the United States. We truly believe that education is the key to empowerment!

Infant Toddler Family Day Care+

Infant Toddler Family Day Care (ITFDC) has been a trusted early child care and education resource for families in the Washington Metropolitan area since 1983. Since our inception we have worked to connect families with professional early child care educators who operate high quality family child care homes. Our program provides nurturing care and early childhood education to children in a family setting beginning at 6 weeks of age. We have expanded our services to include Child Care Aware of Northern Virginia, Workforce Development, and sponsorship of the USDA Child Care Food Program.

LIFT-DC+

LIFT is a national nonprofit organization that empowers families to break the cycle of poverty.

Prince George’s Child Resource Center+*

Prince George's Child Resource Center (PGCRC) helps create healthy and nurturing environments for children by supporting their families and educating their caregivers. Each year, PGCRC provides family support services to over 1,500 families and training to over 2,000 child care providers, parents and human services workers potentially touching the lives of nearly half a million children since 1990. The organization conducts home visits, provides child development education, links families to community services, and provides adult education.

Rights4Girls+*

Rights4Girls is a human rights organization working to end gender-based violence in the U.S. Rights4Girls advocates for the dignity and rights of young women and girls – so that every girl can be safe and live a life free of violence and exploitation. Based in Washington, DC, Rights4Girls works to make the lives of young women and girls a human rights priority.

Silence Kills+*

Silence Kills is a collective that fosters the ability of all of our members to turn their pain into power, encouraging people to speak on the unspoken via artistic expression. Our silence is killing us, join us in speaking out.

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