Files from Anne Firth Murray's tenure as Founding President of the Global Fund for Women (1987-1996).
The Global Fund for Women was founded in Palo Alto, Calif. in 1987 by Anne Firth Murray, Frances Kissling and Laura Lederer.
Its mission is to support women's rights by providing grant funds to women's organizations throughout the world. Since its
founding, it has raised nearly $85 million in donor funds and has provided grants to 4200 groups in 171 countries.
18 Linear feet (12 boxes)
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