Donate Now!

Our Programs

WSF programs aim to fulfill the myriad needs of girls and women in sports, needs that are identified through expert, evidence-based Foundation research. Our programs help shape healthy bodies, sound minds and aspirations for success on the fields, in the classrooms and in the boardrooms across the country."

—DEBORAH SLANER LARKIN, Women's Sports Foundation CEO

Find a Solution

Complete the statement to the right and we'll find the right solution for your situation.

Official Press Release

UDA u16 Sports 4 Life_large

We have awarded $194,250 in funding to 40 organizations this year to serve more than 10,000 middle and high school students.

Read the Press Release

Grants: Find Out What's Open


Throughout the country, our grants help fund a variety of programs designed to provide girls access to sports and physical activity, regardless of their background or financial ability.

Learn More

36th Annual Salute Winners

NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 20:  Tennis players Katrina Adams and Coco Vandeweghe speak onstage during the 36th Annual Salute to Women In Sports at Cipriani Wall Street on October 20, 2015 in New York City.  (Photo by Jemal Countess/Getty Images)

On Oct. 20, the WSF hosted the 36th Annual Salute to Women in Sports where four individuals were honored for all of their incredible accomplishments.

Meet Our 2015 Award Winners

She is the Active Ingredient

GoGirlGo! uses sports and physical activity to improve the health and wellness of sedentary girls. This award-winning program empowers community organizations with education, funding, public awareness and networking. Bottom line: It works!

View a transcript of this video

GoGirlGo! >>
National Curriculum >>

Explore Further

Athlete Leadership Connection 2015


The WSF is committed to providing athletes with the skills and exposure needed to advance in their sports, or to transition to...

Learn More

2015 Sports 4 Life Grantees

Sports 4 Life 2015_Metro Lacrosse

Spanning the country, diverse in their programming and representing both traditional and non-traditional sports, we have awarded...

Meet the Recipients

GoGirlGo! National Curriculum


Bullying. Body image. Stress. Designed for girls ages 5-18, this free program teaches girls about a variety of relevant issues...

Learn More

Our Athletes


We are lucky to call some of the best athletes on the planet our friends and supporters.

Our Athletes

Get Active


Ready to get moving? Learn helpful tips for getting started and staying motivated. Read what the experts say about training smart...

Start Here

Dorothea Deitz Memorial Scholarship


The Dorothea Deitz Memorial Scholarship was founded to encourage young women in New York to pursue careers in the physical...

Learn More



GoGirlGo! uses sports and physical activity to improve the health and wellness of sedentary girls. This award-winning program...

See the Program

2015 Travel & Training Fund Recipients

IOWA CITY, IA - APRIL 21:  Kelsey Campbell (red) wrestles Helen Maroulis (blue) in the 55 kg freestyle weight class during the finals of the US Wrestling Olympic Trials at Carver Hawkeye Arena on April 21, 2012 in Iowa City, Iowa.  (Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images)

In partnership with Gatorade, 30 individuals and three teams each received financial support ranging from $2,500 to $10,000 to...

Meet the 2015 Grantees