Every year we host P4NP Day, the one day where our entire firm takes a break from our usual work to collaborate and help local nonprofit companies with brand, marketing and growth challenges, and provide hands-on, in-field support.  Over the past five years, we’ve had the honor of working with many nonprofits across the globe focused on gender equality, educating and empowering women, and developing the next generation of female leaders.  On International Women’s Day, we want to thank and celebrate these nonprofits for the amazing work that they do.

Logos of NonProfits to Support on International Women's Day


  • Girls on the Run – Inspires girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running. “We envision a world where every girl knows and activates her limitless potential and is free to boldly pursue her dreams.”
  • Women in NeedHelps homeless women and their children rebuild their lives. WIN provides safe housing, critical services and ground-breaking programs to help families transition out of shelters and into homes of their own.
  • WomenKind – Works with survivors of gender-based violence to rise above the trauma and build a path to healing. WomanKind strives toward reducing inequality and inequity in our society—the underpinnings of violence. “We provide REFUGE, RECOVERY & RENEWAL to survivors of trauma.”
  • KweenCulture – The Kween Culture Initiative was founded by Aria Sa’id, a transgender woman and advocate, as a platform for advancing cultural equity for transgender women of color through cultural enrichment, social empowerment, and social justice endeavors.
  • Girls for a Change – Empowers young African American girls by providing them with enriching opportunities and experiences that often are otherwise unavailable to them.
  • SHE (Sustainable Health Enterprises) – SHE helps women jumpstart social businesses to manufacture and distribute affordable menstrual pads. Coupled with health education and advocacy, girls and women will have even more productive lives than before.
  • Pinkspiration – A social enterprise that works with young people (primarily women) to build skills for construction industry jobs.
  • Apna Ghar – Provides holistic services and conducts advocacy across immigrant communities to end gender violence. Apna Ghar is issue-based and community-focused.
  • In Christy’s Shoes – Supports women experiencing homelessness, unemployment, domestic abuse, substance abuse, and human trafficking.
  • Sonia Shah Organization – Educates and empowers the girls and women of Pakistan.
  • Hong Kong Federation of Women’s Centres – Aims to promote gender equality in Hong Kong through services, education and advocacy.
  • Mother’s Choice – Provides and promotes loving, nurturing care for babies and children needing permanent homes, and for single girls and their family facing crisis pregnancies.
  • Women’s Foundation Limited – Conducts groundbreaking research to run innovative and impactful community programs, engages in education and advocacy in the pursuit of three main goals: 1. Challenging gender stereotype, 2. Empowering women in poverty to achieve a better quality of life for themselves and their families, and 3. Growing the number of women in decision-making and leadership positions

International Women’s Day is March 8. Learn more about Prophet Impact (formerly Prophet for Nonprofit).