Giving by and for Women: Understanding high-net-worth donors’ support for women and girls

| June 25, 2019

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Meet The High-Net Worth Female Philanthropist. For our latest study at the Women’s Philanthropy Institute, we spoke with 23 high-net-worth women who give $1 million or more to causes that benefit women and girls. Here’s what we learned. The majority of our participants did not grow up wealthy, but most had early experiences with philanthropy - and were “taught to give what they could,” often by parents and religious institutions.

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