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.
Since our foundation 20 years ago, ELAS has believed that it is possible for Brazilian society to become anti-racist and to support the ideas and initiatives for social transformation led by black women.
Join us, be part of the collective change, bring your company, institution or group.
Activate your anti-racism.
The ELAS team has prepared a message of thanks for Katemari Rosa, who works for the inclusion of black women and men in the sciences and is a reference for all of us.
The ELAS Fund will be on collective vacation from May 11 due to the coronavirus pandemic, which is at a critical stage in Rio de Janeiro. The team will return to teleworking on June 1.
The ELAS team is in solidarity with the family and friends of dear Sheila Santos de Andrade, a partner who was with us in the search for a world without violence against women and passed away last Friday.
Following the recommendations of the World Health Organization and the Ministry of Health and striving for everyone's health and well-being, the ELAS Fund has adopted measures to help contain the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Júlia has transformed the lives of many women alongside her fellow members of the Flores de Dan Collective. May the love sown by Lola flourish and her butterfly wings inspire the freedom of her fellow women who follow her struggles.
Eleven organizations were selected to receive financial and technical support to develop projects for gender equality and the inclusion of girls in sports.
The ELAS Fund team celebrates the achievements of 2019 and informs that it will be on collective vacation from December 11 to January 7.
On this International Day of Non-Violence against Women, inspired by the connections between women, we are launching a call to all our followers: strengthen women's ideas and networks with us! Donate so that ELAS can support and connect more women!
Businesswoman and activist Myriam Taylor comments on the black women elections in Portugal and the impact of the We Colloquium, held in partnership with ELAS, on the local political and media agenda.