Women Doing Well Initiatives, as an initiative of Generous Giving, exists to help women of influence and affluence find their purpose and passion and develop a plan for how to further their personal generosity journey.

Women Doing Well Initiatives was created as a response to the largest research study of more than 7,300 women of faith that studied the impact of Christian women’s giving and what women needed to live a life of purposeful generosity.

Women currently own 51% of the wealth in the United States and that number is projected to grow over the next 20 years. This strategic initiative creates greater opportunity to reach more women with the life-changing message of generosity.

Because women are often the influencers of generosity in their families, Women Doing Well, together with Generous Giving, gives them a place to get ignited, connected, and resourced for that purpose.

(Fara Warner, Power of the Purse: How Smart Businesses Are Adapting to the World’s Most Important Consumers (New Jersey, Pearson Education Inc., 2006), p. 12 (as cited in Directions in Women’s Giving 2012)

Visit womendoingwell.org to learn more.

  • “Women Doing Well fosters a community where generous women live and give in radical ways.”

    -Todd Harper, President, Generous Giving

  • “Joanna the wife of Chuza, the manager of Herod’s household; Susanna; and many others. These women were helping to support them out of their own means.”

    –Luke 8:30

  • “I identified ways to focus my time and resources to maximize them and bring the most glory to God.”

    –One-Day Event Attendee

  • “I was a generous giver before, but this challenged me to give even more. We’ve grown exponentially in our giving since the event and have done so with much more joy. This was a terrific growth opportunity to become more like Jesus.”

    –WDW retreat attendee

  • “If ever there comes a time when the women of the world come together purely and simply for the benefit of mankind, it will be a force such as the world has never known.”

    –Matthew Arnold, 19th-century British Poet and Philosopher