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Women's Fund of Rhode Island

Blog For Us

We are looking for new bloggers to contribute to our blog. Our bloggers are a diverse group of insightful, talented writers with a desire to say something about gender equality in Rhode Island and the world beyond. If you think you would be a good fit, send a completed application to us today.

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Volunteer & Intern With Us Today!

We need volunteers and interns to work on all aspects of our organization, including marketing and communications, events planning, program design, fundraising/grants writing, blogging, board membership and more. If you have a passion for social justice and making change, contact us today to find out about any opportunities we may have available.

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Join our Women's Policy Institute

Each non-election year from September through May, our Women's Policy Institute trains women across the state in how to draft legislation and advocate for policies that will help make Rhode Island an equitable place to live. One of those women could be you! Visit our Women's Policy Institute page to learn more.

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Donating is the fastest way to help us keep making change in Rhode Island. Consider making a one-time or recurring donation today! Donations can include grants from your Donor Advised Fun (DAF) and putting the Women's Fund of Rhode Island in your estate plans.

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Contact your Legislators & Vote

Support legislation and advocate for policies that will help level the playing field for women and girls in Rhode Island. Click here to find out who your elected officials are, check your voter registration, locate your local board of canvassers, view sample ballots for upcoming elections and find out where your polling place is.

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