The Foundation's reproductive health-related grantmaking focuses on providing teens and young women with the information and resources to make informed choices about when and whether to have children. The Foundation's core grantmaking priority is supporting programs that increase availability and affordability of long-acting reversible contraceptives for teens and young women in under-resourced communities in the District of Columbia and suburban Maryland.
See below for current Reproductive Health & Choice grantees.
Community Clinic, Inc. (CCI) provides high quality, affordable health care and related services to medically under-served persons in Montgomery and Prince George's Counties, Maryland.
DC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy works to reduce the teen pregnancy rate in the District of Columbia by galvanizing public support, training parents, listening to teens and keeping the spotlight focused on teen pregnancy prevention.
Mary's Center for Maternal and Child Care serves multicultural populations throughout the metro Washington, D.C. region, serving individuals and families who have limited or no access to health-related services.
Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington supports and advocates for the right of every person to make responsible, informed reproductive health choices and provides low-income, at-risk teens, women, and men with confidential reproductive and preventive health care and education services.
Unity Health Care provides a full-range of compassionate and comprehensive health and human services through a network of over 20 traditional and non-traditional health sites to more than 104,000 individuals annually regardless of ability to pay.
The Washington Area Women's Foundation is the home for the DC Family Planning Project, a city-wide initiative to reduce teen pregnancy and teen childbearing in the District of Columbia by increasing awareness and availability of contraceptive implants and IUDs for teens.