To cultivate a set of reproductive health and justice organizations that are committed to advancing comprehensive chemical policy reform at the national level, and to conduct critical research on effective communication strategies about reproductive health impacts from environmental exposures.
Center for Reproductive Rights$100,000
To develop high-impact state and federal litigation seeking legal standards that ensure access to reproductive health care for marginalized groups and adolescents.
To build and broaden an active base of youth support for abortion rights.
To strengthen the reproductive justice field by creating new funding resources and opportunities for nonprofit groups led by and for women of color to build their organizational capacity and leadership in the reproductive justice movement.
Abortion Access Project$100,000
To eliminate disparities in access to safe abortion for rural and low-income women and ensure abortion education and training opportunities for all qualified clinicians, particularly those working or planning to work in underserved communities.
To increase knowledge among association members, the media, policymakers, and the broader public about the relationship between environmental contaminants and reproductive health outcomes and to enable them to advocate on behalf of sound policies.
To protect and expand reproductive rights in the United States by providing advocates and policymakers needed information.
To seek to ensure that all women have the health care coverage and access necessary to obtain needed reproductive health care.
To train and support advanced practice clinicians (nurse practitioners, physician assistants and certified nurse midwives) in providing early abortion services to their patients as part of quality early pregnancy care.
Advocates for Youth$50,000
To ensure that young people have access to science-based pregnancy prevention information and services, as part of comprehensive sexuality education.
To provide teens with medically accurate, straightforward information about reproductive health produced by their peers, and assist them in supporting comprehensive sexuality education.
Ms. Foundation for Women$50,000
To provide individualized technical assistance and grants to state-level organizations working to secure comprehensive, medically accurate sexuality education in the United States.
National Women's Law Center$50,000
To expand and protect insurance coverage of contraceptives using legal assistance, litigation, research, policy analysis, coalition-building and public education.
To train health care providers in the best practices for addressing the sexual and reproductive health needs of young people.
To use education and advocacy to secure and protect the sexual and reproductive health and rights of people in the US.