ESPERANZA GRANTS

Grants in this category are awarded to nonprofits working to promote:

  • Reproductive self-determination and healthcare
  • Economic independence and social justice for women and girls
  • Protection of women and children

Grants typically range from $1,000 to $5,000.

Please note that new proposals are not being accepted for Esperanza Grants at this time.


Past Recipients of Esperanza Grants include:
826 Valencia, USA
A Home Away from Homelessness, USA
Amnesty International, USA
Brava for Women in Arts, USA
C.E.O. Women, USA
Canal Alliance, USA
Center for Young Women's Development, USA
Centro de Atención y Prevención de Violencia, Chile
Centros Culturales Mapuche Asociación, Chile
Childhood Matters/Nuestros Niños, USA
Edgewood Center for Children and Families, USA
Fairfax/San Anselmo Children's Center, USA
Feminist Majority Foundation, USA
Fondo Alquimia, Chile
Fundación Integra, Chile
Hogar de Cristo, Fundación de Beneficencia, Chile
Homeless Prenatal Program, USA
Huckleberry Youth Program, VIP Girls, USA
Girls for a Change, USA
Global Fund for Women, USA
Jamestown Community Center, USA
KQED, Hands on Literacy, USA
Legal Services for Children, USA
MADRE, USA
MS. Foundation for Women, USA
NARAL Pro-Choice America, USA
Pickleweed Park Community Center, USA
Planned Parenthood, USA
Project Open Hand, USA
Raphael House, USA
Shanti, LifeLines Breast Cancer Services, USA
Unidad de Adolescencia Las Américas, Chile
Women's Foundation, USA
Women's Initiative for Self Employment, USA
Women's Recovery Services, USA

Download the Esperanza Grant Report Form