• Development Box: Honoring A Commitment to Women’s Health at Tax Time
    In general, people with an Individual Retirement Account (IRA) and certain other types of retirement plans are required by law to withdraw a minimum amount from their account starting at age 70½ (the exact amount depends upon the type of plan). Donating all or a portion of this IRA distribution to a 501(c)3 organization can ...
  • Development Column: Take a monthly stance for women’s rights!
    Collective Champions are a special group of the Network’s most passionate and forward-thinking supporters – leaders just like you. They care deeply about investing in our work and do so by contributing each month through automatic monthly gifts. The next four years will bring an alarming number of battles over women’s rights, and no one individual ...
  • Donor Spotlight: Collective Champion Clare Kirby
    Donor Spotlight: Collective Champion Clare Kirby Interviewed by Tiffany Reed As a Board Director, I am extremely grateful to all our generous donors—you make our work to advance and protect women’s health possible. For this issue, I wanted to interview a Collective Champion. These are donors who sign up to give steady, on-going monthly contributions via credit ...
  • Fighting for Health Care, Reproductive Justice, and a Strong FDA
    The gains we’ve made are in jeopardy. In the last 6 years, over 9 million women have gotten health care coverage; nearly 30 million women now have access to contraception without co-pays; and 6 million women on Medicare have saved $11 billion on prescription drugs as the donut hole shrank. Women were protected from dangerous ...
  • Focus on the Needs of Pregnant and Nursing Women
    There is a reason feminists have been declaring “the personal is political” for decades. We all go through peaks and dips in our feminist convictions as our experiences and exposures grow. Some days you might not think about being a feminist at all, while other days it might course through you with exhilaration, frustration, or ...
  • Honoring A Commitment to Women’s Health at Tax Time
      Honoring A Commitment to Women’s Health at Tax Time In general, people with an Individual Retirement Account (IRA) and certain other types of retirement plans are required by law to withdraw a minimum amount from their account starting at age 70½ (the exact amount depends upon the type of plan). Donating all or a portion of ...
  • Hormonal Birth Control & Blood Clot Risks
    Hormonal Birth Control & Blood Clot Risks Access to safe, effective contraception is essential to women’s lives. The NHWN believes that women must have complete information about the risks and benefits of various birth control methods so they can make an informed decision about what is best for them and their lives. Many women may be ...