Women helping women cause Trouble
Everything we make here at Trouble is meant to inspire and honor delightfully disruptive women. It’s also a way to support women and supply worthy organizations with the capital they need to promote equity for women and girls.
All profits from purchases go to organizations that promote equity, so they can continue to unleash much needed trouble on today’s society.
Where your Troublegivings are going
We are proud to support the following current TroubleGiving Partners:
The ERA Project
Columbia Law School’s Center for Gender and Sexuality Law is a law and policy think tank established in January 2021 to develop academically rigorous research, policy papers, expert guidance, and strategic leadership on the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) to the U.S. Constitution, and on the role of the ERA in advancing the larger cause of gender-based justice.
Girls Who Code
Girls Who Code’s mission is to build the world’s largest pipeline of future female engineers. They’re on a mission to close the gender gap in tech.
Last Mile Education Fund
The Last Mile Education Fund offers a disruptive approach to increasing diversity in tech and engineering fields by addressing critical gaps in financial support for low-income underrepresented students within four semesters of graduation.
Previous TroubleGiving Partners include:
- Abby’s House
- ACLU Foundation of Massachusetts Inc
- Aurora Women & Girls Foundation
- Girls on the Run
- Hello My Tribe
- Higher Heights
- Mercy Education Project
- Monumental Women
- Mutual Aid for Sex Workers RI – fiscally sponsored by Protect Families First
- Nerdy Girls
- Planned Parenthood
- Rosie’s Place
- The Society for Women’s Health Research, Inc
- Women’s Resource Center
- Women for Afghan Women