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
The Tahirih Justice Center is a national non-profit that has served over 25,000 courageous individuals fleeing violence since 1997. Our efficient, effective, and innovative model of service is now delivered from five locations, and we’re committed to serving as many immigrant women and girls as possible.
The Safe Sisters Circle is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that provides free culturally specific, holistic, and trauma-based services to Black women survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault primarily living in Washington, DC's Wards 7 and 8.
The Virginia Anti-Violence Project works to address and end violence within and against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer communities across Virginia.
Grant Purpose: To support advocacy that promotes policy changes in early childhood that cover the birth to eight continuum at the local, state, and federal level by connecting and aligning policy opportunities at all levels and mobilize stakeholders, especially providers and parents, to weigh in on policy decisions.
Established in 1994, Voices for Virginia's Children, a member of the national Voices for America's Children network, is a statewide multi-issue children's policy research and advocacy organization. The Northern Virginia office was established in 2006 to focus on the particular needs of children in Northern Virginia. The organization works to ensure that policymakers, stakeholders and advocates understand and respond to the needs of the Commonwealth's children, especially those who are disadvantaged or otherwise vulnerable.
Wonders creates and advances diverse learning communities that teach the foundations of life-long learning and social responsibility. The Equity in Early Learning Initiative is a partnership among Wonders Early Learning + Extended Day, The Campagna Center, and School Readiness Consulting. It seeks to develop best practices in early childhood leadership, teaching and learning, and family engagement around equity-focused practice, and to develop a clear agenda to elevate the DC metro area as an early learning model for exemplary work in equity leadership and social justice education at the programming, systems, local policy, and state/national advocacy levels.
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