VITAMIN W partners with corporations and nonprofits to provide even more great content for its loyal community of readers and to fulfill its mission of advancing women's causes. If your organization is interested in collaborating with VITAMIN W, please contact Andrea Rudert at andrea[at]vitaminw.co.
Grow America is dedicated to helping entrepreneurs be successful by providing them with resources that assist them in building a strong company that will strengthen the economy and stimulate job growth. As an organization, they align partners, mentors and capital that the entrepreneurs need to create, launch and grow successful companies.
NONPROFIT PARTNERS AND FRIENDS
VITAMIN W supports its nonprofit partners through direct donations, content distribution to amplify their reach, and opportunities to connect with VITAMIN W's community of educated and professional women. In 2012, Nonprofit Partners are invited to participate in VITAMIN W's signature Her Voice, Her Cause campaign, launching in fall 2012.
Girls Who Code works to educate, inspire and equip 13- to 17-year-old girls with the skills and resources to pursue opportunities in technology and engineering. Together with leading educators, engineers, and entrepreneurs, Girls Who Code has developed a new model for computer science education, pairing intensive instruction in robotics, web design, and mobile development with high-touch mentorship led by the industry's top female developers and entrepreneurs.
Hollaback! (iHollaback.org) is a nonprofit and a movement to end street harassment, to ignite public conversations, and to develop innovative strategies to ensure equal access to public spaces. Hollaback! is powered by local activists in 54 cities, 19 countries, and in 12 different languages around the world. In March 2012, Hollaback! partnered with Green Dot to enable people to map their bystander intervention stories on the Hollaback! site. The stories inspire others to provide real-time solutions to street harassment.
Our Bodies Ourselves (OBOS), also known as the Boston Women’s Health Book Collective (BWHBC), is a public interest women’s health education, advocacy, and consulting organization. OBOS produces books, collaborates with organizations, and empowers women to become engaged in political aspects of health. OBOS introduced a new concept in women's healthcare: that women can be informed health consumers and health experts with rights to know. OBOS also helped destroy the notion of birth, menopause and aging as pathologies.
The 2012 Project is a national, non-partisan campaign of the Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP) at Rutgers University to increase the number of women in Congress and state legislatures by taking advantage of the once-in-a-decade opportunities of 2012. The 2012 Project does outreach to women in the private and public sectors to encourage them to run, mobilizes state-based coalitions, and runs an education campaign to raise awareness about the lack of women in elected office and the opportunities.
Women, Action, & the Media (WAM!) connects and supports media makers, activists, academics and funders working to advance women’s media participation, ownership and representation. WAM!’s work is part of an advocacy movement for gender justice in media. Founded in 2004, WAM! Organizes conferences, workshops and trainings incubate new ideas for social change, provide tools, education and support to remove barriers to media access, production, employment and ownership; and shares information and foster collaborations among individuals and groups.
The Foundation provides young women with a bridge between obstacles and opportunity, by giving them the resources to overcome barriers and reach their highest potential.
VITAMIN W also maintains content partnerships with many websites and organizations:
Pop Culture Scribe
The Gender Report
The Grassy Road