Uplifting the leadership of survivors and healthy communities

Established in partnership with Tarana Burke, Founder of the ‘me too’ Movement, the Fund for the Me Too Movement and Allies support leaders, activists and advocates from around the country working to promote the leadership and healing of survivors and healthy communities. The Fund takes a community-centered approach to supporting programs and initiatives that have long been under resourced in their work to prevent and eliminate gender-based violence.

The Fund is a collaborative effort with other philanthropic organizations and donors assembled from all corners of the U.S. Through this collaboration, philanthropy is mobilized to increase sustained investments for organizations that are working to end gender-based violence.

Fund Member Spotlight

Pinpoint Foundation

“Everyone deserves a chance to reach their full potential. Living under constant threat of physical violence by a culture that doesn’t value women deprives many people of opportunity. Community and survivor-led organizations know best how to serve their communities’ unique experiences and should be supported as crucial partners in the work.”

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Investing in Safety & Healing

  • The fund has invested $1 million in 8 survivor-led organizations across the country.
  • The fund has reached more than 150,000 individuals through its 8 grantee partners.

Catch up on the Latest News and Resources

Grantee Partner / News

You Have the Right to Be Safe: Tarana Burke

Grantee Partner and ‘me too’ Movement founder Tarana Burke talks to Paper Magazine about sexual violence and what it means to be safe.

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Survivors Speak Out: Why We Need the Violence Against Women Act

Women’s Justice NOW created the Survivors Speak Out Report to tell the stories behind the statistics, providing proof that we need more investment in VAWA, not less.

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Survivors Speak Out: Why We Need the Violence Against Women Act

Women’s Justice NOW created the Survivors Speak Out Report to tell the stories behind the statistics, providing proof that we need more investment in VAWA, not less.

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Why We Need to Invest In Survivor Wealth

Sonya Passi, founder of grantee partner FreeFrom, speaks to the need of investing in survivor wealth. 

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Why We Need to Invest In Survivor Wealth

Sonya Passi, founder of grantee partner FreeFrom, speaks to the need of investing in survivor wealth. 

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