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Grants

Ensuring Quality Reproductive Health Care as a Human Right

2014

Afiya Center • $15,000
Dallas, TX
General support to increase access to reproductive health services in Texas by engaging Black and other marginalized women in public awareness and advocacy campaigns linking HIV/AIDS issues to a broader reproductive justice framework.

American Civil Liberties Union Foundation • $25,000
New York, NY
Support for the Reproductive Freedom Project's work to protect and advance reproductive rights at the national, state and local levels.(First year of a two-year grant)

Black Women for Wellness • $20,000
Los Angeles, CA
General support for multigenerational, cross-issue, reproductive rights and environmental justice efforts to improve the well-being of Black women and girls in California through health education, leadership development and advocacy. (Second year of a two-year grant)

International Indian Treaty Council • $15,000
San Francisco, CA
Program support for the Indigenous Women's Environmental and Reproductive Health Initiative that provides advocacy, networking, organizing and training for Indigenous women on the environmental impacts of toxins on reproductive health.

National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum • $15,000
Brooklyn, NY
General support to strengthen and build leadership among Asian Pacific American female advocates working on reproductive justice issues at the state and national levels.

National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health • $25,000
New York, NY
General support to ensure the reproductive health and rights of Latinas nationwide through education, policy and advocacy initiatives, and community mobilization. (First year of a two-year grant)

National Women's Health Network • $20,000
Washington, DC
Project support for Raising Women's Voices, which educates and mobilizes women and its network of state-based regional coordinators to influence the implementation of health care reform to include access to comprehensive reproductive health care. (Second year of a two-year grant)

North Dakota Women's Network • $15,000
Bismarck, ND
General support to strengthen and expand community engagement through grassroots organizing, communication, legislation and increased public activism to advance women's equality and protect reproductive freedom.

Project South • $20,000
Atlanta, GA
General support for a movement building organization working to strengthen the infrastructure of the reproductive justice movement in the Southeast.

West Virginia FREE • $20,000
Charleston, WV
General support for a statewide coalition working to protect the reproductive health and freedom of West Virginia women through grassroots education and advocacy. (First year of a two-year grant)

Western States Center • $25,000
Portland, OR
Support for the Gender Justice Program to broaden the reproductive rights debate among Northwestern social justice organizations through the sharing of strategies and models. (First year of a two-year grant)

Wisconsin Alliance for Women's Health • $15,000
Madison, WI
General support to engage, educate and mobilize individuals and organizations to advance a comprehensive statewide women's health agenda.

Young Women United • $25,000
Albuquerque, NM
General support to address reproductive rights, violence against women and other issues for young women of color in New Mexico. (First year of a two-year grant)