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Women's History Month Resource Hub


Learn more about this year’s Women's History Month theme, "Women who advocate for equity, diversity, and inclusion," from the National Women's History Month Alliance:

Attend events by the National Women’s History Museum as part of their month of .


Support local women-owned businesses:


Footy Fridays

Free soccer training and pickup sessions for girls and nonbinary youth with Angel City impact partner Football For Her.

Beach Clean-Up at Venice Beach

Sunday, March 10 // 9 am - 11 am
Clean Up the Beach is extremely excited to have the staff, fans and supporters of Angel City Football Club for the Sunday, March 10, 2024 event. SIGN UP HERE!

Young Women's Leadership Conference at USC

Saturday, March 23 // 10 am - 3 pm 
Open to high school students in the community
Registration Link:


Angel City Player 22 Fund
The Player 22 Program aims to position current and retired female and gender-expansive soccer players for success in new jobs or entrepreneurial endeavors. By holistically investing in players' post-playing careers, the program furthers progress towards gender equity in the industry, supports the development of women in sports, and addresses gender discrepancies in sports. Learn more about the fund and donate here.

Women’s Sports Foundation
The Women’s Sports Foundation was established in 1974 to advance the lives of women and girls through sports and physical activity. Our mission is to enable all girls and women to reach their potential in sports and life. We provide financial fuel to aspiring champion athletes.

Football For Her
Provides a safe space for those who identify as female or non-binary to play football, offering mentorship and professional resources that may not otherwise be available.

Downtown Women’s Center
The Downtown Women’s Center (DWC) envisions a Los Angeles with every woman housed and on a path to personal stability. Its mission is to end homelessness for women in greater Los Angeles through housing, wellness, employment, and advocacy.

Las Fotos Project
Las Fotos Project’s mission is to elevate the voices of teenage girls & gender-expansive youth from communities of color through photography and mentoring, empowering them to channel their creativity for the benefit of themselves, their community, and future careers. Fotos Project

On Tuesday, March 5, 2024, the Las Fotos Project headquarters located in Boyle Heights was burglarized. While they are trying to assess the extent of the losses, they can confirm that all cameras, lenses, and studio equipment used in their creative career training program and social enterprise were stolen. Additionally, the facility’s doors and gallery space were damaged.

At this time, they ask for collective support to replace the equipment that may not be covered by insurance and to support with repairs. They have a fundraising goal of $75,000.

You can donate to Las Fotos Project's fundraiser here or buy equipment to be shipped directly to their headquarters here.

EmpowHer Institute
Gender-responsive organization in Los Angeles County that provides a social-emotional learning class in Title 1 schools that is fully integrated in the school day.  

Play Like a Girl
On a mission to level the playing field by leveraging the skills girls gain from sport to propel young women into competitive, male-dominated careers in STEM+

Los Angeles Coalition for Reproductive Rights
The Los Angeles Coalition for Reproductive Justice (LACRJ) is a coalition of more than 20 social justice and health organizations collaborating to enhance reproductive health, rights, and justice in Los Angeles.

CA Women's Law Center
The mission of California Women’s Law Center is to create a more just and equitable society by breaking down barriers and advancing the potential of women and girls through transformative litigation, policy advocacy and education.