Support The March

You Can Help The March With A Gift

The March is an all-volunteer effort—the hard work of many dedicated organizers. But the March can’t happen without your participation and your support.

You can support the March by making a tax-deductible donation today.

All funds raised by the March cover expenses such as insurance, program marketing, staging and audio visual, legal fees and consultants, and other March-related services. The March is organized entirely by volunteers.

Our budget goal has been expanded due to an increase in anticipated attendance. The current budget for the March is $270,000.


Give Securely Through PayPal

All gifts to Boston Women’s March for America are tax-deductible. The Massachusetts Women’s Political Caucus, a 510(c)(3) serves as our fiscal sponsor and collects and manages all donations through PayPal. Thank you for making a gift!

Please note you will be directed to the Massachusetts Women’s Political Caucus when you click on PayPal—but your donations all be directed to the March. Thank you!


A gift of $1,000, $2,500, $5,000 or more can have a major impact on the success of the March and help us to make Boston history. If you prefer not to make a major gift online, please consider the following:

  • Send a Check

Make checks out to our fiscal sponsor Mass Women’s Political Caucus Education Fund and please be sure to include “Boston Women’s March for America” in the memo line.

Mail checks to:

Mass Women’s Political Caucus
89 South Street, Suite 603
Boston, MA  02111

Thank you for your support! 


Goal: $270,000
$210,000 Received

All funds raised in excess of March expenses will be donated to a charity whose work supports the values of our mission statement.


The Massachusetts Women’s Political Caucus is a non-partisan organization founded in 1971 to maximize the participation of women of all ages in the political process and to increase the number of women appointed and elected to public office and public policy positions.

Caucus members include a diverse group of prominent and influential women in the political, academic, business, and non-profit communities. The organization offers programs that strive to increase the interest of women in the political process and helps them to be successful in the political arena. The MWPC also assists women who are running for office by providing them with consultation, technical assistance and training. MWPC also advocates on a variety of issues that have an impact on women in the Commonwealth.​