Donate to empower women.

Giving takes less than one minute and it’s fully tax deductible.

More than 700 million people live in extreme poverty, and more than half are women and girls. Here's how we are helping:


of farmers served are women and adolescent girls.


of teachers trained are women.


female community health workers trained and delivering last mile care.


reduction in teen pregnancy rates for villages in Uganda with youth empowerment clubs.

“BRAC’s work [with women] fulfills an important part of my personal vision, and as much as my contribution can help continue that work for as long as possible, the better.”
Marcella Cheung, BRAC donor
You can help women become heroes of their own stories. Gift them the tools they need.

Our work in action

Play Lab homebased daycare

BRAC is helping women entrepreneurs to set up affordable daycare centers in their homes in service to other working mothers. Providing working mothers with access to safe, quality, affordable childcare alleviates harmful stress and improves children’s well-being. Discover how BRAC is empowering women to become entrepreneurs and the impact quality daycare centers can have on children’s development.

Here's how it works.

You donate $50 support vulnerable women living in poverty.

We rush your gift to where it is needed most.

Our teams quickly and efficiently activate change through skills training, providing a family with an asset, enrolling a child in school, and so much more.

Together, we can move the needle on poverty and intergenerational change.

Jebbeh’s Entrepreneurial Journey

Jebbeh has always had a knack for business, but she didn’t always have the opportunity to make the most of her potential. In her small two-bedroom mud house, she takes care of the home, children, and granddaughter and manages a small dry goods shop while her husband works as the local sheriff. But, their minimal income limits their opportunities to invest in their future. When Jebbeh heard about BRAC’s microfinance program, she saw a chance to utilize her skills, expand her shop, and build a better life for her family. With new capital to invest in her business, Jebbeh grew her customer base and increased her earnings.

Be a force multiplier.

When women have economic power, they can better support the family’s health, plan for the future, and be role models in their communities.