Are you a bold woman funder or investor who wants to leverage your resources for a safer, healthier environment? We invite you to join our community and become a Rachel today.

Members give an annual, tax-deductible grant of $7,500 and can contribute through their foundation, donor advised fund, a personal check, or a stock gift. New members pay an introductory rate of $5,000 for their first year.

Network Benefits

Educational Events

Our in-person meetings, regional events, and virtual programs connect you with eminent environmental and philanthropic experts to help inform your funding. Membership also enables access to past virtual events on demand.

Collaborative Action

Collective funding opportunities like our Catalyst Award and our co-funding program will increase your impact by helping you invest in systemic solutions with fellow members.

Supportive Community

Our network of women environmental funders, staff, liaisons, advisors, partners, and Catalyst Awardees inspire and support each other’s work and keep each other informed on ways to take environmental action.

Networking Opportunities

Our private listserv, member directory, publications, and events help you build and deepen relationships with a nationwide community of women environmental funders and advocates.

Tools for Impact

A weekly members-only digest, discussion groups, and ValuesAdvisor membership provide resources that can take your philanthropy and impact investing to the next level.

Leadership Services

Our board placement program elevates gender parity on nonprofit boards while our fiscal sponsorship program has launched impactful projects like Divest-Invest Philanthropy and ClientEarth.

Join Rachel’s Action Network

Rachel’s Action Network is a nonpartisan 501(c)(4) nonprofit dedicated to empowering pro-environment women to take political action. As the sister organization of Rachel’s Network, Rachel’s Action Network endorses and uplifts women legislators and candidates with strong environmental platforms. Visit the Rachel’s Action Network website to learn more.

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