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The Women's March on Philadelphia depends on YOU for donations in order to provide for day of March necessities like staging, ADA seating, sound, port-o-potties and much more.

Throughout the year we also organize several smaller events; from forums to GOTV (get out the vote) initiatives. Your generous donations will be put towards educating our communities on how to get more involved, who their representatives are and giving back to other organizations of like mind that need our support.
We thank you in advance for helping us provide space for this important outreach and activism in the greater Philadelphia region. 


To purchase official merchandise please visit our fundraising shop:
https://artisticscreendesigns.tuosystems.com/stores/marchonphilly2020

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