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About the International Network of Women's Funds (INWF)
The International Network of Women’s Funds (INWF) is a membership association linking Women’s Funds to promote philanthropy with a feminist perspective.
In 2000, with the support of the already established Women’s Funds, the International Network of Women’s Funds was officially created with a total of 9 members.
Transitioning from having a Steering Committee to having an Executive Director and Board Members, the INWF has been working to ensure that the political and financial capacity of Women’s Funds is strengthen.
Together with the Women’s Funding Network (WFN), which brings together all the US-based domestic women’s funds as well as women’s funds working around the world, the INWF provides a critical space for learning and strategy development.
Their mission is to strengthen the political and financial capacity of Women’s Funds to empower women and girls and redistribute resources to transform their lives and communities.
INWF is promoting an alternative vision for the act of "giving" based on the principles of trust and empowerment. Their approach to sustainability is both political and financial, and places women’s funds from various countries of the globe as a key lever for change.