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As a result of the midterms, at least 125 women will serve in the U.S. House and Senate and at least 9 women will become governors. About a third of these new representatives will be women of color, including the first Native American women and the first Muslim women to serve in Congress.

But there will still be 3 men for every woman serving in Congress in 2019. And women still represented less than 25% of congressional candidates this year.

— Kelly Ditmar / CAWP Scholar, LA Times 11/13/18

Our work started in November 2016 and it continues - as it must!

We are happy to announce that another Women's March is scheduled for January 19, 2019 in San Francisco and San Jose. This year’s marches are centered on the themes #TruthToPower and celebrating the #WomensWave.  

Our priority is to provide a safe, accessible, and respectful environment in which people from all walks of life can come together. Each march is 100% volunteer organized, and right now, Bay Area organizers are working hard to secure city permits, arrange safety measures, publicize the marches, map the routes, and send our message of unity to the world.   Your donations help us cover the expenses that we will incur to produce our marches. We can’t do it without your support!

Please join us in donating what you can today so our voices can be heard across the Bay and across the nation. And please join us and thousands more as we march on January 19th, 2019. 

Thank you!

Please use the online Donation form accessible above, or make checks payable to: Social Good Fund with a notation on the memo “Women's March Bay Area" or  “WMBA”.

Mail to address below:
Women's March Bay Area
P.O. Box 221
San Jose, CA 95103

Are my donations tax deductible? Yes, WMBA is fiscally sponsored by Social Good Fund, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization and all donations are tax-deductible.

Does WMBA receive funding from Women’s March? No, WMBA is a separate organization run 100% by volunteers.  We are self-created, self-managed, and self-funded; we do not receive any funding from Women’s March National (DC Chapter) and we rely solely on donations from our community to support our efforts.