Women's giving circles are on the rise, and for good reason: they work. We talk to one of the early stars of this growing national movement for women givers.
With donors increasingly focused on combating inequality, keep an eye on the visual arts space, where female artists remain woefully underrepresented. Some funders are on the case.
The Chicago Foundation for Women recently announced a total of 68 new grants, mostly in support of access to women’s healthcare and freedom from violence. We take a closer look.
The big grants from Impact100 Philadelphia are core mission grants. But these women also award smaller general operating support grants from the “leftover funds” that are worth looking at, too.
Now in its fourth year, the Allstate Foundation's Purple Purse Challenge is an innovative way to raise money for anti-domestic violence organizations. How does it work?
A new report highlights how millennial women give differently than their mothers or grandmothers. It's all very promising news, actually. Here are the key findings that stand out the most.
There are few more dangerous places to be a woman than Afghanistan. But that's just one of the reasons a group of five formidable funders zeroed on this problem earlier in the year.
Women of Vision announced three new Philadelphia grants totaling $92,000. A fourth grant went to a group in Israel, but Philadelphia is always the primary focus of this funding group.
It's worth keeping an eye on where money from the New York Women’s Foundation is going given its prominent place in the larger women's funding world.
A lot of funders talk about empowering the groups they're trying to boost. But here's a collaborative that's really walking the walk in how it makes grants.