These organizations' work and advocacy is to support women and promote equality, fairness in wages and the importance of mental health awareness.
1. Global Fund For Women
The organization funds bold, ambitious, and expansive gender justice movements to create meaningful change that will last beyond our lifetimes.
2. Wishwall Foundation
Together with their founder and wishmaker Simonetta Lein helped various organizations and initiatives including helping the displaced girls in northern Nigeria, empowering them with education and trainings to create opportunities for work and entrepreneurship. They also have the Women Wishwall that was created to give women and girls from around the globe a space to come together to be heard and to see the world similarities and differences through their wishes
3. Harden Holistics
Their mission is to help women achieve wholeness through Emotional, Physical, Psychological, Professional, Relational and Spiritual health. Jessica Harden created an online support group for women and advocates for the importance of their mental health specially the mental health of black women who are among those that are less likely to seek help and take care of their mental well being
4. Equality Now
According to the organization “ Everyday, women and girls around the world face violence and discrimination. 1 in 3 women will experience physical or sexual violence in their lifetime, regardless of age, background or country, and every country in the world has laws that treat women and girls as second-class citizens. Sexual exploitation, violence, harmful cultural practices and systemic inequalities violate their human rights and prevent them from reaching their potential. This kind of inequality is bad for everyone, not just for women: research shows that where women and girls are treated unfairly, there is more societal conflict and less economic stability.
The organization use the power of the law to dismantle deep rooted discrimination and inequality and build a just world for women and girls.
“When societies treat women and girls fairly, there is less societal conflict and more economic stability.”