Women’s Philanthropy Institute report provides insights linking gender-based giving patterns to the racial justice movement of 2020.
Activities in which we engaged to keep us safe from the pandemic took a toll on our ability to sustain relationships with women. Nonprofit organizations that overcame these obstacles found creative approaches to continue to engage women in meaningful ways. Here are three ways to engage women in your mission.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex founded The Archewell Foundation to uplift and unite communities, and, in celebration of Meghan Markle’s milestone birthday yesterday, its latest endeavor will work with three nonprofits with a history of helping women or mobilizing volunteers...
If I were to ask you the percentage of women who work in the nonprofit sector, what would you guess?
Black women leaders of nonprofits face even more barriers and challenges relative to access to funding than other leaders in the field.
International Women’s Day signifies a movement for women all across the globe, in all walks of life.
Women now make up 75% of the labor force, and they now represent 51% of the total wealth in the U.S.
International Day of the Girl, a day that recognizes the challenges that girls face and the gender inequality that exists worldwide.
There’s been an increase in the number of women philanthropists, and significant obligation comes along with that. Women tend to create broad impact, because we are interested in community-wide, long-term change.