Special Thanks to Our Funders and Supporters

Women Enabled International is deeply grateful for the generous support of our donors who share our commitment to advancing the rights of women and girls with disabilities worldwide. 

Our work simply would not be possible without grants and in-kind contributions from the following sources, as well as from individuals who support us through online donations, the Combined Federal Campaign workplace giving program, and other meaningful gifts throughout the year:  


An anonymous donor



Amazon Smile
| smile.amazon.com


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The Channel Foundation
| channelfoundation.org


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Open Society Foundations
| opensocietyfoundations.org


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Tides Foundation | www.tides.org


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Translators Without Borders
| translatorswithoutborders.org


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TrustLaw,
the Thomson Reuters Foundation’s global pro bono legal program | trust.org/trustlaw


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The Ford Foundation
| fordfoundation.org


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The Points Guy
| thepointsguy.com


Your contribution makes a real difference.  Please consider donating here today, or for more information about other ways to support WEI’s mission, please contact j.lindstrom@womenenabled.org

 

 

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