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National Women’s Reproductive Health, Rights, & Justice Top Nonprofit Countdown: Highlighting Nonprofits #6-10

November 27th, 2010 by Erinn Andrews Leave a reply »

Of course, there are more than just 5 nonprofits making a major impact at the national level on women’s reproductive health, rights, and justice. Here is some more information about the great work and impact top nonprofits #6-10 are making.

#6 National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health

Experts wrote at length about the unique role of the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health in serving the intersection of race and reproductive justice issues. In substantiating this support, they cited numerous policy areas in which the organization played a leading voice in mobilizing the movement. Read more about them here.

#7 Reproductive Health Technologies Project (PHTP)

Reproductive Health Technologies Project received high marks from our experts for its ability to tackle the complex emotions surrounding contraception. In particular, the group’s efforts to make new technology available and publicized drew repeated praise. Experts had no shortage of superlatives when trying to capture the impact organization’s messaging has had about how politicians and the public conceptualize these issues. Read more about them here.

#8 Advocates for Youth

Advocates for the Youth garnered support from experts for engaging kids in sexual health and reproductive justice issues. Various US public policy victories were invoked while emphasizing Advocates for Youth’s ongoing emphasis on effecting change. Read more about them here.

#9 UCSF Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health

The UCSF Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health was heralded by experts for their efforts to increase access to contraceptive services and to expand the spectrum of practitioners. Their backing by UCSF and their cultivation of new leadership were cited as key drivers of this success. Read more about them here.

#10 Sister Song

Sister Song was credited by experts for decades of service in promoting reproductive justice. Beyond their core activities, the organization was praised for the influences and resources they provided to other nonprofits in the space. Read more about them here.

And there’s so much more! View our entire list of top 19 national women’s reproductive health, rights, and justice nonprofits here: http://www.myphilanthropedia.org/top-nonprofits/national/reproductive-health-rights-justice and dig deeper to review what experts had to say about each organization. We hope you will consider adding women’s reproductive health, rights, and justice to your list of great causes to support this holiday season. You can feel confident that your donation is going to support an outstanding group of nonprofits making a real difference in the lives of thousands of women.

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