Since 1998, The Women’s Foundation has been fortunate to work with more than 215 community-based organizations working to improve the lives of women and girls across the Washington region. Below are a list of our current grantee partners.

Child Resource Connect

Child Resource Connect nurtures kids through family support and caregiver education, impacting half a million children and aiding 1,500 families and 2,000 childcare providers.

Children’s Opportunity Alliance

The Children’s Opportunity Alliance uses a system-wide approach to ensure Montgomery County’s early care and education systems are equitable for all children and their families.

Community Youth Advance

Community Youth Advance (CYA) harnesses the power of community and transforms out-of-school time to Teach, Reach and Keep youth on the path to success.

DC Family Child Care Association

DC Family Child Care Association offers home-based family childcare for children 6-weeks to 12 years of age for full-time and part-time care.

DC Fiscal Policy Institute

DC Fiscal Policy Institute centers Black and brown communities in its research, advocacy, and partnerships to drive racially-just tax, budget, and policy decisions.

DC Girls’ Coalition

DC Girls’ Coalition amplifies voices of young women, girls, femmes, and non-conforming individuals, centering their leadership for policy change and advocacy.

District of Columbia Association for the Education of Young Children (DCAEYC)

DCAEYC, a DC affiliate of NAEYC, advocates high-quality early learning for young children through connections in practice, policy, and research.

Mamatoto Village

Mamatoto Village empowers Black women by offering career pathways in maternal health and accessible perinatal support services.

Maryland State Family Child Care Association

MSFCCA is a volunteer-driven organization advocating for registered family child care providers in Maryland, promoting visibility and respect for their profession.

Multicultural Spanish Speaking Provider Association

MSSPA is a non-profit organization formed by early childhood education professionals to support Spanish-speaking providers in the Washington Metro area.

Northern Virginia Association for the Education of Young Children (NVAEYC)

NVAEYC, an affiliate of NAEYC, comprises 800+ caring members – educators, families, and professionals – dedicated to fostering the healthy development of young children.

SPACEs In Action

SPACEs In Action empowers DC and Montgomery County residents for social justice through leadership, training, grassroots organizing, and safe spaces.

The Person Center

Dedicated to serving the African Immigrant and Refugee community in the D.C. region, The Person Center provides holistic support to survivors of domestic and sexual violence.

Voices for Virginia’s Children

Voices for Virginia’s Children advocates for children’s policies, ensuring the Commonwealth’s vulnerable youth are prioritized and supported.