Together, we can elevate

women's voices in washington

Women are the majority in the U.S. So why does legislation that ALL women support fail so often?

Give to Women2Women to elevate women's voices in Washington and help pass essential bills.

  • The Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act

  • The WAGE Equity Act

  • The Stronger Child Abuse Prevention & Treatment Act

WOMEN2WOMEN = POWER!

Women2Women has already made tremendous progress
AND there is MORE to do. Your gift MAKES a difference!

YOUR VOICE
$20

YOUR POWER
$50

YOUR IMPACT
$100

a month supports ongoing polling of women like you. W2W will make certain your elected officials hear YOUR VOICE and understand what matters most to you.
a month helps turn out the women's vote in primaries and general elections. W2W will make certain that YOUR POWER influences who is on the ballot in general elections.
a month is what it takes to conduct virtual and live events nationwide to unite women across party lines -- in support of legislation ALL women want.

Join the million womaN challenge

Add your name and e-mail to make Washington more responsive to the needs of women and families.

ADD YOUR NAME

We unify and amplify your voice in washington

Women comprise 55% of the voting public. When women unite, we cannot be ignored.

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POLICY

Some legislators are misinformed about the issues women care about or the extent to which women from both parties agree. W2W exists to set the record straight. Legislation that W2W has supported or is supporting includes all of the below.

The Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2019
The WAGE Equity Act
The Pre-Existing Conditions Protection Act
Smithsonian Women’s History Museum Act
The Expansion of the Pell Grant Eligibility Window

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The INSPIRE Women Act
The Paycheck Fairness Act
The Survivors’ Bill of Rights
Protecting Access to Lifesaving Screenings Act (PALS) of 2019
Breast Cancer Patient Equity
Metastatic Breast Cancer Access to Care Act

PRIMARY

CONCERNS

Want to change Washington? Then vote in your Congressional primaries. In primaries, each party nominates the candidate who will represent it in the general election. Lately, most voters have been sitting out the primaries, resulting in the nomination of increasingly extreme candidates on each side. 

For legislation impacting women to pass, Congress has to work across party lines. Since women are the voting majority in most districts, we can make it happen. It all starts in the primaries!