Pride is a riot.
Protest with your wallet by funding these Queer founders today.
Pride was never just a celebration. It has always been a protest. The Stonewall Riots back in 1969 were led by the legendary Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera, two Black and Brown trans women. They were the catalyst of the gay rights movement, and what we know as Pride today.
This Pride, and forever, IFundWomen is committed to driving funding to ALL women-owned businesses. We launched this page with the goal of driving dollars to Queer communities across the globe by making it easier for generous people to fund them. If you’re looking for a way to make an immediate positive impact on the Queer community, consider funding these campaigns.
Are you a Queer founder looking to raise capital? Start a campaign on IFundWomen to be featured below and start raising money today.
CREATING A SAFE SPACE FOR WOMEN AND GIRLS TO LEARN HOW TO FIGHT THE GOOD FIGHT!
Chef Queen Precious-Jewel and Jay are seeking to expand Indulge Catering, LLC to continue the production of Indulgent Essential Spices line.
StrongHER Girls™: Coaching & Personal Training will teach you how to be strong, from the inside-out.
Elk Grove's bookstore & coffee shop! Books for all ages, coffee/tea, breakfast, lunch, and snacks, play area, quiet & conf rooms, and events
Help us expand the first NYC-based network of Montessori Microschools built for all working families.
TAMAR is an artisanal unisex fragrance brand that believes that self love should be a sensory experience.
Cierra Britton Gallery is the first NYC-based art gallery dedicated to representing womxn artists of color.
Propelling Young Womxn + Gender Expansive Youth From Coffee to Career
Our mission: Recycle glass waste currently being landfilled into silicon fertilizer!
Support Common Good Cooperatives, Boston's First Co-op for Women, as we continue to develop a safe space Co-op for women.
Building workforce opportunities for youth with Autism through CLEAN AS FLUFF cotton candy.
Full Circle period care. Help us end the stigma and period poverty with our progressive education and sustainable products.