Whether you’re just getting started or need a little inspiration to finish your pledge(s), we’ve compiled a list of initiatives, organizations, and resources to help you out. Take a look below and if you’re still feeling stuck, ask a friend or colleague for support. We’re all in this together.
I pledge to echo the voices of women and underrepresented people.
Lean In’s 7 Tips for Men Who Want to Support Gender Equality
Lean In’s To Make the Most of Meetings, Avoid “Manterrupting”
Speaking While Female
I pledge to nurture relationships with potential mentors/mentees.
Take the Lead
Building Mentoring Relationships
I pledge to research my value and ask for a raise or position that fits my skills and abilities.
National Organization for Women
National Women’s Law Center
Pathways to Equity
I pledge to discuss flexible work and paid family leave options with my employer.
National Partnership for Women & Families
A Better Balance
Family Values at Work
Institute for Women’s Policy Research
I pledge to help ensure our board, senior team, speakers and panelists are 50% women.
Catalyst: Corporate Board Resource
Paradigm for Parity
National Association of Female Executives
I pledge to support the campaigns of women and underrepresented candidates.
Center for Women and Politics
National Women’s Political Caucus
Women’s Campaign Fund
I pledge to support women-owned, Gender-Fair, and B-corps-certified companies.
Gender Fair — download the Gender Fair app
Women Owned Directory
Women’s Venture Capital Fund
I pledge to push my town or city to adopt the Gender Equity Toolkit for cities.
Gender Equity Toolkit
I pledge to take an unconscious bias test to evaluate my thoughts and actions.
Project Implicit: Unconscious Bias Test
Catalyst Unconscious Bias Course
Center for Talent Innovation
Out and Equal Workplace Advocates
Bias Interrupter Tools
I pledge to respect and use people’s preferred gender pronouns.
Asking Gender Pronouns
LEGBTQIA Resource Center
Transgender Law Center
Sylvia Rivera Law Project
I pledge to speak up when my peers demean others, even if they’re “just kidding.”
Together Against Bullying
Diane Goodman’s Responding to Biased or Offensive Comments
I pledge to educate myself about an issue that doesn’t directly impact my life.
General Federation of Women’s Clubs
Network for Good
Point’s of Light Hands On Network
I pledge to acknowledge women’s character strengths and accomplishments instead of their physical appearances.
The Representation Project #Askhermore
The Representation Project #NotBuyingIt
22 Compliments Not Based on Physical Appearance
6 Things to Compliment a Woman on Besides Her Looks
When Is It Appropriate to Compliment a Woman on Her Appearance?
I pledge to follow five new people on social media who have different beliefs than me.
How to Talk About Politics Constructively
“How to Talk to Friends Who Have Different Political Views”
Teaching Teens to Respect Diversity
I pledge to watch at least one film per month by or about women and other underrepresented voices.
Movies By her Database
The Director List Database
Free the Bid
The 3% Conference
Women at Sundance
International Women’s Media Foundation
Chicken and Egg Pictures
Women in Film’s 52 Films by Women
84 Films By and About Women of Color
I pledge to comment when roles of women and underrepresented people are lacking or based on stereotypes.
The Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film
Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media
Commonsense Media Institute Watching Gender
World Wide Women
The Annenberg Inclusion Initiative
I pledge to learn about the Safe Sport Act and share that knowledge with others.
Safe Sport Act
Champion Women Advocacy for Girls & Women in Sports
U.S. Center for SafeSport
Women’s Sports Foundation
I pledge to ensure the division of labor, including caretaking, is balanced in my family.
Family Story Project
A Place for Mom’s Tips for Family Conflicts Over Elderly Parents
Family Caregiver Alliance’s Caregiving with Your Siblings
I pledge to address the way gender norms are impacting our household.
Planned Parenthood’s What Are Gender Roles and Stereotypes?
What are Gender Stereotypes? Course
Social Norms, Gender Norms, and Adolescent Girls: A Brief Guide
Talking to Young Kids About Gender Stereotypes
I pledge to make sure my partner and I feel we have the same career opportunities and support.
One Love Foundation
Getting to 50/50 How Working Parents Can Have It All Book
7 Easy Ways to Support Your Partner’s Career