Instead of burying her head in the sand, she (and husband Gordon) decided to create the Charlotte and Gwenyth Gray Foundation to Cure Batten Disease in order to fund genetic research to help fight Batten and other diseases that often don't receive the same money as more well-known causes. © 2020 Condé Nast. All rights reserved.
She's the First, founded by Tammy Tibbetts and Christen Brandt, partners with local organizations in 11 countries (including the U. S. , Ethiopia, and Nepal) to fund programs that help ensure girls can stay in school and forge the futures of their choosing.
During the one-week (fully free) camp, volunteer counselors and professional clinicians help kids navigate their grief, while also enjoying the fun of being at camp and around other people who “get it. ” Throw on a beanie next time you're going out for a run and know you're helping send one of those kids to what ex-campers like to call the “Best Week Ever!
While there is still a gender gap in the world of nonprofit leadership (like pretty much every other industry), there are a lot of incredible women-run nonprofits doing work for their communities and the world.
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