The Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation is able to support women in conflict-affected areas through financial support from government agencies, institutions, foundations, organisations, companies and individual private donors.
The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) is Kvinna till Kvinna’s main source of funding. We also receive grants from:
We continuously work to reduce our dependency on any one single donor.
Find out more about how to support below.
We welcome both individual contributions and more substantial support from major donors.
We warmly welcome financial support from major donors. These include foundations, public institutions, development agencies, private actors and interested individuals.
You can provide core support or link your gift to a project, country or region of your choice.
To find out more, contact Linda Säll, our Head of Programme & Method Department:
E-mail: linda.sall (at) kvinnatillkvinna.se
Telephone: +46 70 699 00 79
We regularly enter into partnerships with companies interested in offering pro bono support – from graphic design support to legal advice or broadcasting space.
Is your company interested in supporting us as a pro bono partner?
Contact Anna Åberg, our Head of Communications:
E-mail: anna.aberg (at) kvinnatillkvinna.se
Telephone: +46 8 588 891 91
A significant share of our funding comes from individual donors – committed, passionate women’s rights defenders like you. You can make a one-off donation or become a regular monthly donor.
For practical info on how to donate, contact our fundraising department:
E-mail: insamling (at) kvinnatillkvinna.se
Telephone: +46 8 588 891 58
Recipient: Insamlingsstiftelsen Kvinna till Kvinna
Bank: Swedbank AB, Landsvägen 40, 172 63 Sundbyberg
SWIFT/BIC Code: SWEDSESS
Account Number (IBAN): SE58 8000 0890 1169 3678 7495
We regularly publish reports and info material on women’s rights, conflict resolution and peace and security. Each year, we also produce an annual report about the work of our partner organisations and the progress made during the year.
Find out the latest from our partners that work with gender-based violence prevention, equal participation, economic gender justice and women, peace and security. They are based in the MENA region, sub-Saharan Africa, Europe and the South Caucasus.