Our Partners

Improving Efficiency, Increasing Impact

United for Greater Change

Investment from Pro Mujer’s corporate and foundation partners has helped us to expand our outreach, build new health clinics, and launch new services so that we can better meet the diverse and ever-changing needs of women and their families.

We also collaborate with government agencies and social enterprises operating on a local, national and international level. Through their donations, expertise, shared resources and other forms of support, we are able to meet challenges and continue offering our transformative services to more women.

2017 At A Glance

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Leveraging the power of Alliances

Partners for Health

Investment from Pro Mujer’s corporate and foundation partners has expanded outreach, built new clinics, and launched new services that meet the specific needs of the women we serve. Pro Mujer is grateful for their generous support.

Partners for Financial Inclusion

Pro Mujer’s corporate and foundation partners enable financial opportunities for an ever-increasing number of women in need. Their generous support has allowed us to reach new heights, develop new products, and invest in new technologies to better serve our clients.

Become a Corporate, Foundation or Investor Partner


Anglo American Group Foundation
Ansara Family Foundation
Atkinson Foundation
Berman Family Foundation
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Chanel Foundation
Citi Foundation
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton
Cogan Family Foundation
Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP
Davis Polk Wardell LLP
Erik E. and Edith H. Bergstrom Foundation
Green Fund
Guerrant Foundation
Hagedorn Family Foundation
Halloran Philanthropies
Harrington Charitable Trust
Hurlbut-Johnson Charitable Trust
Joan Ganz Cooney Fund
John F. and Mary A. Geisse Foundation
Johnson & Johnson
JPMorgan Chase Foundation
Linked Foundation
MacKay Shields LLC
MasterCard Center for Inclusive Growth
May and Stanley Smith Charitable Trust
MetLife Foundation
Microsoft Philanthropies
Peruvian Connection
Pimco Foundation
Robert and Margaret Thomas Fund
Salma Hayek
Sarita Kenedy East Foundation
Scoob Trust
Silverman Charitable Group
Stanley Eisenberg and Mary Jones
The Robert Duvall Children’s Fund
Tinker Foundation
Trull Foundation
Vista Hermosa Foundation
Wachs Family Fund
Weberg Trust
West Foundation
Whole Planet Foundation
Woodcock Foundation


Calvert Foundation
Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy - SB
Cynthia Calvert
Daughters of the Holy Spirit
Deetken Enterprises Inc.
Dominican Sisters of Hope
Feed the Hunger
Home Missioners of America
Mercy Partnership Fund
Nancy Marsh
Our Lady of Victory Missionary Sisters
Partners for the Common Good
Sacred Heart Monastery
Sisters of Charity New York
Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur MA
Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur OH
Sisters of Notred Dame de Namur, Toledo OH
Sisters of Saint Francis of Philadelphia
Sisters of Saint Joseph California
Sisters of St. Dominic
Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet SL
Sisters of the Holy Names
St. Mary's Institute of O'Fallon
The Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word
The Osprey Foundation

Low-Income Female Entrepreneurs: Failure and Empowerment

To better understand the barriers faced by low-income women entrepreneurs, Pro Mujer partnered with The Failure Institute. The resulting study sheds a valuable light on the experiences of Pro Mujer women.