Empowering giving for a fairer future

Australians Investing in Women (AIIW) is a leading national NFP advocate for Gender-wise philanthropy.

Building on progress towards gender equity, we take an evidence-based approach and work in partnership with philanthropic, corporate and community leaders to strengthen society by catalysing investing in women and girls.






Join the conversation

Load More...
Show Latest Conversations
Explore Projects

Discover new projects looking for support.

Supporting women in Indigenous Land Management

Karrkad Kanjdji Trust
Karrkad Kanjdji Trust

Womens Assembly

Free to Feed
Free to Feed

The Stella Count

Join Our Mailing List

Stay informed and connected by joining our mailing list.

Community SignUp

News, Stories & Events


Changing The Trajectory: Investing in Women for a Fairer Future

The message is clear: We need focussed investments that strengthen employment and education opportunities for women of all ages, in all their diversity.

Young women’s futures at greatest risk from impact of COVID-19, new research reveals

Media Release, 24 November 2021: A new report has highlighted the disproportionate impact COVID-19 has had on women’s employment, particularly the employment and education opportunities for young women. The report,...

Gender-wise philanthropy is proving a game changer for gender equality

Media Release: 16 November 2021: In a year when the challenges for women in politics have rarely been out of the headlines, a program which has boosted the number of...

Sharpening Our Focus on Corporate Giving: Keeping Gender Equality in the Frame

Sharing an important new resource for corporate funders and celebrating the UN's International Day of the Girl. - AIIW News, 11 October 2021
Australians Investing In Women

Not-for-profits' learning circle

Last Wednesday of each month
Location: Zoom & Community of Giving (East Melbourne)
Australians Investing in Women (AIIW) is a leading not-for-profit organisation that advocates for Gender-wise philanthropy.

Through our work, we get many enquiries from not-for-profits about funding and fundraising, and are aware of the additional challenges faced by initiatives that have a strategic focus on women and girls.

While we are not resourced to advise or support individual organisations’ funding needs, we are empathetic to your challenges and hope that our knowledge of the philanthropic sector can help in some way.

As such, we hold these learning circles to get to know you and address questions, to explore how we might help each other in our unique missions and common purpose around gender equality.