Gender Equity blog post writing

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Women's Fund of Rhode Island

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Blogging with a Gender Lens

Blogging is writing about social change and gender equality for a community of people looking to get involved.

Topics for posts (must align with priorities of the Women’s Fund of Rhode Island):

  • Women in public/political office, government-appointed positions
  • Alignment with legislative priorities in the current year
  • Issues (health, economic, educational) affecting aging women in Rhode Island
  • State investments in (programs) Women’s Economic Self Sufficiency
  • Policies affecting women and girls in Rhode Island
  • How Rhode Island fares in Gender Equity issues
  • Girls and young women

Writers will work in a team that will rotate blog posts on a monthly basis. We ask that each blogger make a commitment to submit one post per year.

  • All posts should be tagged so that readers can easily find the subjects that are of interest to them.
  • If facts are used, the writer must link to or cite the source
  • Posts must invite readers to engage, ask a question or share
  • A maximum of 450 to 500 words per post and a minimum of 200
  • Submit with an image that ties to the content of the blog post; Images used must comply with copyright laws
  • Submit with recommended keywords with which to tag the post

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About Women's Fund of Rhode Island


245 Waterman St. #503, Providence, RI 02906, US

Mission Statement

For women and girls in Rhode Island, the playing field isn’t level yet, but it could be with your help. The mission of the Women’s Fund of Rhode Island is to invest in women and girls through research, advocacy, grantmaking and strategic partnerships designed to advance gender equity through systemic change. As a leader of social change, we are committed to advocating for and convening voices to advance gender equity and influence.


The Women’s Fund of Rhode Island works to educate women and the community at large about the following issues:

  • Economic self-sufficiency, including access to good paying jobs, child care, pay equity, paid sick time & paid caregiver leave
  • Reproductive rights
  • Health and well-being
  • Educational attainment
  • Political representation

The Women’s Fund of Rhode Island offers workshops in salary negotiation skills, creating equitable workplaces, advocacy 101 and other topics which help to address the societal inequities that occur in women’s everyday lives.

Advocacy & Human Rights


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.


  • Advocacy
  • Social Media / Blogging




  • The time it takes to write a blog post.

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