A revolving list of notable organizations
"Our vision is for women and girls in Pennsylvania to have equal access, opportunity, and influence in all aspects of their public and private lives."
"We work to elect Democratic pro-choice women up and down the ballot and across the country with a goal of fighting for our rights and our communities."
"Our mission is to ensure all people have access to the care and resources they need to make informed decisions about their bodies, their lives, and their futures."
"Local gifts made in Pittsburgh by women."
"A nonprofit workforce development organization dedicated to helping individuals find financial stability."
"Organization of professionals committed to promoting careers, leadership, and entrepreneurship for all women in the life sciences."
"PAAR is the only agency in Allegheny County solely devoted to the issue of sexual violence. PAAR provides comprehensive services to victims of sexual violence and to their families, serving children and adults of all gender identities, ages, and socioeconomic backgrounds."
"NOW chapters focus on six priority issues including reproductive rights, ending sex discrimination & constitutional equality, promoting diversity and ending racism, economic justice, stopping violence against women, and LGBTQIA rights."
"We serve as a bridge that promotes education, advocacy, and social justice for all LGBTQIA+ people and allies in Western Pennsylvania."
"We are dedicated to equipping single mothers to move their families from poverty to prosperity through advocacy, education, personal + professional development."
"Network of women and men who are committed to creating gender balance in the Pittsburgh technology professions."
"Local resources & connections throughout the 'Burgh. Wisdom & solutions for all moms."
"WLP is a nonprofit public interest legal organization working to defend and advance the rights of women, girls, and LGBTQ+ people in Pennsylvania and beyond."
"SWSG provides mentorship programming annually to more than 1,200 girls from under-resourced communities in Boston and Pittsburgh with the help of more than 525 college women mentors."
"The Jewish Women’s Foundation was established in the summer of 2000 and is the first foundation in Western Pennsylvania created specifically to address the needs of women and girls in both the Jewish and general communities."