We managed to produce our institutional video, a long-held dream. The support of Rede de Social justice philanthropy was fundamental to its realization. We are grateful for the talent and dedication of the team, who translated what ELAS is and does, respecting our vision and mission and adding beauty!
Based in Rio de Janeiro and with more than 20 years of experience, ELAS mobilizes resources from diverse sources, in Brazil and abroad, and through calls for proposals, we financially and technically support organizations and informal groups led by women, trans and non-binary people, throughout Brazil. To learn more about the profile of each position and how to apply, click here.
How can we increase support for trans people? How can we rethink our everyday attitudes and language, which are full of prejudice?
We celebrated our anniversary with a historic live on Trust in Women and Social justice philanthropy.
Building Movements 2020 supports organizations from the 5 regions of Brazil. The donations are for fully flexible institutional support for women's groups that are at the forefront of the defense of life and democracy.
The tribute is in recognition of the Mexican men and women who live outside the country and who dedicate their lives to opening gaps abroad so that generations of young Mexicans can find an easier path to follow.
In this difficult year, we are celebrating 20 years of passion for women. It is this passion that has driven us to get this far. But following our mission, we realized an emergency: the emergency of the future.
Testimonial by Elza Santiago, from Bordadeiras da Coroa, a group supported by the ELAS in Fashion and Without Violence Call for Proposals
Itaú Unibanco is the newest link in the Edital Building Movements to strengthen and connect groups of women and trans people.
Despite the difficulties of 2019, we invested in new partnerships, generating powerful connections. The ELAS Annual Report 2019 shows our achievements.
The participants will be donors and grantees who are leading the way in trust-based financing in Brazil.
Exactly 20 years ago, on August 30, 2000, more than 100 women came together and agreed on a bold and transformative idea by Amalia Fischer: to launch the Women's Fund of Brazil.