Supporting a Future of Equity and Justice for Girls of Color
Girls of color are powerful, creative and resilient. Their lived experiences are also negatively impacted by sexism, racism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, and other forms of oppression and bias. Our collective investment in their futures will ensure their ability to realize their full potential. If you or your organization are interested in supporting this work, please read below!
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G4GC Grantee Partners
Grantmakers for Girls of Color envisions a world where girls, femmes and gender-expansive youth of color are safe, free, and thriving. Our G4GC funds and initiatives that currently support women-led organizations serving girls, femmes, and gender-expansive youth of color across the United States and territories include:
- The Love is Healing fund, which was created to address the immediate impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on girls and gender-expansive youth of color.
- The Black Girl Freedom Fund (BGFF) was launched in September 2020 with this mission to resource the braintrust, innovation, health, safety, education, artistic visions, research, and joy of Black girls, femmes and gender-expansive youth and their families.
- The New Songs Rising Initiative is a partnership between the Seventh Generation Fund for Indigenous Peoples and Grantmakers for Girls of Color to resources Indigenous girls with abundance and intention in the U.S. and territories. The first four on the list are grantees from Seventh Generation Fund For Indigenous People’s Grants for Girls’ Vitality (within their Thriving Women’s Program), and the other four are G4GC’s New Song Rising Grantees.