We've taken a hard look at the complex issues facing girls and women today. In a letter from our CEO, Deborah Slaner Larkin shares her vision for the future of our Advocacy efforts as we position ourselves to effectively use our experience, expertise and resources to meet the needs of girls across the country.

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Sports 4 Life

Our national effort to increase the participation and retention of African-American and Hispanic girls, ages 11-18, in developmental youth sports programs.

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2011 Travel & Training recipient Maggie Meyer competes at the ConocoPhillips National Championships at the William Woollett Jr. Aquatics Complex on August 6, 2010 in Irvine, California. (Photo by: Harry How)

Are you a judo or auto sport athlete needing our financial assistance to make your next move towards the top? Or a high school student-athlete with dreams of competing in your sport in college?


An Open Letter to the WNBA Board of Directors

Our open letter the WNBA Board of Governors in reaction to the New York Liberty's hiring of Isiah Thomas as its new President.

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WSF: Global Work

Learn more about our international efforts, how we recognize amazing achievements from athletes all around the world and find out where we stand on the hottest and most buzzed-about global women's sports issues.

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Partners & Funders

The Foundation’s Participation, Education, Advocacy, Research and Leadership programs are made possible by individual, foundation and corporate contributions. Meet Our Partners