Powering progressive women to lead our states

Founded in 2017, Fund Her is the political action committee dedicated to electing progressive women to lead our states, with an emphasis on supporting women of color and first-time candidates. The only organization of its kind, Fund Her provides the missing piece: the financial support to ensure progressive, accomplished women are well-positioned to win.


Since our launch, we have supported more than 80 brilliant women, over 70% of whom are women of color or members of the LGTBQ+ community. Our work has helped reverse a decade of decline in California, bringing women's representation in the Legislature to over 30% for the first time in California's history and electing California's first female Lieutenant Governor, Eleni Kounalakis. In 2019 we set our sights on Virginia, where our amazing candidates helped flip the Legislature blue, and in 2020, we worked to flip chambers in Iowa, Minnesota, and Arizona.

Join us in putting progressive women at the helm of our states by becoming a Fund Her Monthly Member or attending one of our upcoming events.

Set it and forget it!

No guilt, no more decisions. With a monthly membership, you’ll own a piece of our success by automatically contributing on a monthly basis at a level that works for you. For as little as $5/month (or more!) you’ll feel empowered knowing that you are a co-creator of a new future—where women lead alongside men in equal numbers.


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2021 Events

We will not be holding in-person events for the time being, so sign up below to get updates and to stay informed about future virtual events!

Paid for by Fund Her (FPPC ID #1398107) and not authorized by any candidate or controlled committee.

Contributions to Fund Her are not tax-deductible for federal income purposes.


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Sacramento, CA 95814

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Photo of California state capitol by Henri Sivonen from Helsinki, Finland (flickr: California State Capitol)

[CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

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