Boston Women's Fund
For the past twenty years, the Boston Womenâ€™s Fund has been the only foundation in northeastern Massachusetts to exclusively support community–based organizations run by women and girls. We fund low–income women, women of color, lesbians, women with disabilities, older women, and girls who are working to create a society based on racial, social and economic justice.
Canadian Women's Foundation
Canadian Womenâ€™s Foundation raises money and makes grants to help stop violence against women and build economic independence for women and their children.
Chambers Family Fund - Women, Arts, Education - National Focus
The Chambers Family Fund supports regional and national not–for–profit organizations that create systems change, improve the quality and circumstances of life and reflect our values and interests. We invest time, expertise and funding in organizations that help women become economically self–sufficient, enhance the early care and education of children, strengthen justice, equality and opportunity, and enrich the arts and culture.
The Channel Foundation promotes leadership in women's human rights around the globe by supporting organizations engaged in combating gender inequality. Through grantmaking, advocacy, and collaboration with an international network of women's rights organizations and funders, we create opportunities in order to ensure that women's rights are respected, protected, and fulfilled.
Chicago Foundation for Women
One of the largest womenâ€™s funds in the world, Chicago Foundation for Women believes that all women and girls should have the opportunity to achieve their potential and live in safe, just and healthy communities.
Colin Higgins Foundation
The Colin Higgins Foundation focuses its support on organizations and projects that work with youth; rural and reservation communities; communities of color; transgender communities; and low–income communities.
Dallas Women's Foundation
Dallas Women's Foundation seeks out and invests in organizations striving to create long–term, positive change. Research has shown that when you help a woman move up in society, you help her entire family. When you help a family break the cycle of poverty, you improve the health of the entire community. We seek to create systemic change by funding programs that meet the needs of our community.
David N. Lane Trust for Aged & Indigent Women - Connecticut
The David N. Lane Trust for Aged & Indigent Women was established in 1964 to support and promote quality human services and health care programming for underserved older women living in Fairfield and New Haven Counties, Connecticut. The deadline for application to the David N. Lane Trust for Aged & Indigent Women is July 1. Applicants will be notified of grant decisions by letter within 2 to 3 months after the proposal deadline. Applicant organizat...
Educational Foundation for Women in Accounting
The mission of the Educational Foundation is to support the advancement of women in the accounting profession through the funding of education, research, career literature, publications and other projects.