Donor Direct Action strengthens women’s rights organizations around the world by increasing access to funds, advocacy, and visibility. As partners and donors ourselves, we know the importance of minimum bureaucracy and maximum power and flexibility on the ground.
Donor Direct Action partners with frontline activists to strengthen women's rights around the world.
Nothing is more crucial than getting money to projects on the ground. Donor Direct Action knows how to get the funds where they are most needed and where they will make a real difference. I hope you will support these groups.
I have witnessed first hand the needs of women's rights organizations working on the front lines, where so much is done with such limited resources. Donor Direct Action enables anyone anywhere to help these organizations and make a real difference in the lives of women and girls around the world.
1. What personally identifiable information is collected from you through the web site, how it is used and with whom it may be shared
2. What choices are available to you regarding the use of your data.
3. The security procedures in place to protect the misuse of your information.
4. How you can correct any inaccuracies in the information.
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While we use encryption to protect sensitive information transmitted online, we also protect your information offline. Only Donor Direct Action employees and retained consultants are granted access to personally identifiable information, as required by their roles within the organization.
I’ve witnessed the power and capability of the work of Donor Direct Action and its partners. I have seen their work against sex trafficking and female genital mutilation firsthand in India and in Kenya. My commitment is to documenting and supporting DDA – a groundbreaking and efficient way to contribute to ending violence and discrimination against women worldwide.
Donna is a documentary filmmaker and a Television and Feature Film Director.
Donor Direct Action is the wave of the future, using the internet to bring into our own homes the stories and photos, and even videos, of women leaders around the world who need our support.
Lela is the founder of G Group, a woman-owned/operated real estate development company, and PowerHouse.org, which provides support to local and regional nonprofits.
Donor Direct Action gives everyone an opportunity to impact women’s lives globally through our website. Donor Direct Action makes it easy for us all to make a difference!
Jane has over 25 years of nonprofit management experience, and has worked with individuals, families, and foundations to help them develop, launch, and promote high-impact philanthropic projects around the world.
Donor Direct Action is the answer to what global feminism has been asking: minimum bureaucracy, maximum effectiveness, support, contact, empowerment.
Robin, an author of more than 20 books, is an partner in both US feminism and the global women’s movement.
DDA sends 90% of the money you donate directly to women on the ground. If you give $1 today, tomorrow a woman in Afghanistan, the Congo or Nepal can get $0.90. I think that's an extraordinary thing.
Lynn is a MacArthur "Genius" Grant recipient and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright whose work foregrounds the often overlooked experiences and struggles of African-American and African women.
We are sisters in this fight, and as soon as we recognize this, we have a stronger network of voices fighting on our behalf. None of us is free if one of us remains in chains, and we must work together to ensure our collective freedom, advancement, and dignity above all.
Hibaaq is a global political strategist and leads three regional non-governmental organizations: Karama, the Dignity Fund and the ThinkTank for Arab Women.
DDA's commitment to our partner projects is inspired by the stories of the amazing communities who fight on the ground for their rights. I hope their stories will inspire you, also, to provide the financial support that will help them succeed.
Lina is a NY-based strategist using storytelling, design, and creative media for social impact.
DDA links people across continents and gives them an easy way to work together for global women's equality.
Liz is Executive Vice President of Corporate Communications for Sony Music Entertainment, and responsible for corporate giving and major events.