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I have been volunteering with Fidos For Freedom since 2011. My dog is a Therapy Dog, and it's been the most rewarding experience of my life. The volunteers are like a,second family. I always have to ask... more
4.97849 stars 93 reviews
I have been involved with Days for Girls for less than a year, but I am so excited about this project that I plan to continue... more »
5 stars 83 reviews
I have been following Sanlaap since it started in 2009. I wanted to get involved with an organization from the ground level,... more »
4.8642 stars 81 reviews
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Having known about Becky's great success in helping prevent domestic violence, as well as helping victims escape abuse and coordinating... more »
4.81013 stars 79 reviews
rajasthan samgrah kalyan sansthan india working good job in rural area india for Poor rural communities more »
4.83117 stars 77 reviews
In November 2010 I had the opportunity to travel to Nepal and India where I met with grantees in Kathmandu and in Kolkata. We... more »
4.9726 stars 73 reviews
I am excited to have an opportunity to work with Just One. This organization is doing great things in Africa. They have multiple... more »
4.85075 stars 67 reviews
Ms4c has been the most supportive, awesome and inspiration group I've gotten involved with since starting medical school. This... more »
4.98387 stars 62 reviews
Women Employed is a smart, interesting and important Nonprofit for women of Illinois. It is a clearing house for all issues that... more »
4.98333 stars 60 reviews
I first became aware of Truth Be Told, an organization that provides transformational programs for women behind and beyond bars... more »
4.87719 stars 57 reviews
I was a member of Mlles in High School and now I am a volunteer. As a student member and now an alumnae member I understand and... more »
While women make up 47% of the U.S. workforce, there is still a lot to be done towards gender equality and securing women's human rights. Globally, women's nominal wages are 17% lower than men's, although they hold many of the same jobs. This does not reflect equal rights for women. Instead, the rights to women seem to have been undercut. These organizations do what they can to foster leadership in women and progress for female human rights, whether it be through law, education, or activism.
Up to 70% of women face physical or sexual abuse by men in their lifetime. And 80% of human trafficking annually consists of women and girls. Human trafficking in women causes for a huge concern and many of these nonprofits help stop the human trafficking and support the cause.
These organizations help empower women despite the disadvantages society may grant them by teaching them leadership skills, offering counseling, and much more. They help to fight for the rights of women and for social justice for women, offering women the support necessary to combat issues like sexual abuse, assault, and harassment. Others provide places for people to be educated on the struggles women have faced in their history.
From domestic violence to economic equality to reproductive rights, women face struggles in many areas of their lives. There are thousands of organizations supporting women's rights and plenty of ways for you to get involved; find one now.