“With the National Women’s Law Center by my side, we’ve made progress on closing the wage gap. Our work’s far from done, but together, we’ll get there!”
― Equal Pay Advocate Lilly Ledbetter
Thank you for your interest in supporting the National Women’s Law Center. Your support will provide the Center with the resources needed to seize opportunities for progress and eliminate barriers that women and families face, now and in the future.
Please make checks payable to National Women's Law Center (Tax ID 52-1213010) and mail to National Women's Law Center, PO Box 200871, Pittsburgh, PA 15251-0871. Call the Center's Development office at (202) 588-5180 if you have any questions.
Giving to the National Women’s Law Center in someone's name is a meaningful way to celebrate a friend or remember a loved one. Learn more
An outright gift of appreciated securities, or stock, is a quick and easy way to make a meaningful gift and to receive an income tax deduction for the fair market value of the stock at the time of the gift. Learn more
Does your employer offer a charitable match program? Many businesses and foundations offer to match the donations of their staff and trustees. If your employer has a matching gift program, please send us the appropriate form along with your gift, which will be doubly appreciated.
Combined Federal Campaign: NWLC’s code is 10486
Federal employees may contribute to the National Women’s Law Center through the Combined Federal Campaign using code 10486. This code is valid only for federal workplace campaigns and not for other workplace fund drives.
Including the Center in your estate or other long-term giving plans can help the Center continue working on issues you care about today for many years to come. Learn more
One of the most impactful ways you can support the Center is by making a gift to the Center's permanent endowment. This fund helps to ensure the stability and vitality of the Center’s work. Learn more
The Nancy Duff Campbell and Marcia D. Greenberger Legacy Fund honors the extraordinary legacy of two of our country’s pioneers in the field of women’s advocacy. Learn more