Meet Our Partners


Equality for HER cannot accomplish its mission of creating a more inclusive and compassionate world without the help of our family of collaborators. Meet the dedicated organizations and companies working alongside Equality for HER for a better future.

glaad: Together

The Together Movement is a call for vulnerable communities to explore their intersecting identities and work together to create a more inclusive culture and achieve collective liberation. The ‘&’ represents the power of our voices together to accelerate acceptance for all.

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Creative Women Build

Creative Women Build (CWB) is a company founded by Jasmine Utterback focused on educating, empowering and celebrating black women entrepreneurs and creatives through a paid membership program and series of events in New York City and D.C.

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260by26

260 million children learning by 2026. 260by26 is a group of young activists and entrepreneurs committed to educational equity and social innovation. 260by26 supports local organizations helping out-of-school children acquire the education and skills necessary to reach their potential.

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StartOut

StartOut is a national 501c3 nonprofit organization that supports LGBTQ entrepreneurs in order to empower great business leaders. We strongly believe that economic empowerment and role models are our best bet for equality. Today, more than 3,200 members from 50 countries are using our programs on a daily basis.

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Uplift Together

Uplift is dedicated to combating sexual abuse in online communities through education and advocacy. We work with convention organizers, platforms, and partners to ensure that these flourishing fandom communities are safe for the millions of people who connect through them.

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Fo-Ha, By-Ha

Fo-Ha, By-Ha, is an organization created for and by millennial mothers of color in New York City’s five boroughs. Using a sustainable and holistic approach we empower our members better themselves, their families and communities.

In a society that erases and silences mothers of color, single mothers, working mothers, student mothers, and formerly incarcerated mothers; Fo-Ha, By-Ha is uplifting all marginalized mothers through economic, emotional, social, and physical empowerment programming.

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