WE Receives Grant Partnership from The Hive Fund

At Women Engaged, we work hard to ensure that our organization continues to grow its capacity, reach, and impact so that we can continue to create change. As part of that effort, we look for strategic partnerships that will help us reach those goals. We're proud to announce that we have found that partnership with The Hive Fund and have been named as one of their new grantee partners. 

The Hive Fund for Climate and Gender Justice is a public foundation that raises money and makes grants to support organizations led by Black women, Indigenous women, women of color, and others on the frontlines working to address intersecting climate, gender, and racial justice crises in the U.S. Their work includes advocacy for strong policies, social movement-building to intensify public demand for change, civic engagement to build political power and hold decision-makers accountable, and creative communications efforts to move hearts, minds, and imaginations. 

As a grantee partner, WE will continue our mission to support the power-building of Black women and young adults creating a world where compassionate, fact-based, equity-centered approaches are used to develop and implement public policy and actualize social transformation. See the full announcement from The Hive Fund here and follow along by signing up for our email list. 

 

 

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  • Griffen Thomas
    published this page in Latest News 2021-07-05 11:38:10 -0400

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