Women have always been an essential part of our society, and their importance has always been undeniably immense. The contribution of women is very crucial in building up of the community. She plays different characters in her life: sometimes daughter, sometimes mother, a wife, a friend, and the list is never-ending.
Women are considered as the epitome of strength, beauty, and intelligence. Many women have worked and are working for the betterment of India. They are an inspiration to other women.
It is the time that we start appreciating them for the noble work they are doing. The women activists have played a significant role in changing many social evils and have been a shining beacon of hope. Some of them have displayed exemplary devotion in their respective fields.
The history of women is full of pioneers who have broken the gender gap, stood up for their rights and have displayed exemplary dedication in their respective fields, despite restrictions and limitations.
Every year, on 8 March 2019, the world celebrates International Women’s Day with great enthusiasm and joy. This day is all about unity, celebration, reflection, advocacy, and action. The theme for International Women’s Day 2019 is “Think equal, build smart, innovate for a change.”
Numerous NGOs have been working continuously to support women. They train poor women and provide them opportunities for self-employment to improve their social and economic status. They also generate awareness among women regarding their legal rights.
In this noble cause, several international organizations and foundations have also raised their hands to support women and fight for their cause. These international organizations and foundations are also helping NGOs financially in educating and creating awareness among women.
Every year, these organizations release their funding opportunities to assist NGOs working in the field of women empowerment. Therefore, keeping this in mind, we have made a guide on “Small Grants and Donors for Women Projects” available exclusively for our premium members. If you are a FundsforNGOs Premium Member, you can download this document by logging in here.
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