Justicia, Igualdad, Felicidad y Libertad para todas las mujeres en México

que-es-fondo-semillas

What is Fondo Semillas?

Semillas is a non-profit organization focused on improving women’s lives in Mexico. We dream of a country where all women, indigenous, mestiza, black, young, migrant, heterosexual, lesbian, mothers, and students alike, can make their own decisions and have access to health services, a decent job, justice, and happiness..

READ MORE

#MigrantMothers

fb33
tw33
yt33

cambia-la-vida-de-mas-mujeres

CHANGE MORE WOMEN’S LIVES

programas

Programs

elementos-iconos-home

945

projects supported
in 28 years

685968

women benefited directly

2.2

million people benefited indirectly 

21

million dollars
invested in women’s projects

testimonials

Testimonials

Tanya Pliego

“I blindly trust Fondo Semillas. I trust their professionalism and their proposal of empowering women as a long term objective with a multiplying effect, but, above all, I trust their dedication and commitment to achieve their goals with warmth, delight, and empathy.”

Tiaré Scanda

“Being part of Fondo Semillas is a privilege: the privilege of giving oneself; of interweaving concerns, abilities, energies, and resources with audacious, productive, creative, combative women who are committed to building a better country.”

Carmen Aristegui

“Fondo Semillas seeks to promote a sense of solidarity between women. It is a wide, generous, efficient, and trustworthy path where we can make our contribution and fulfill our desire to collaborate towards creating a better society.”

our-blog

Our Blog

Which women are philanthropy leaving behind?

Imagine this: late one afternoon in Thailand, as you walk around Chiang Mai looking for a spot to sip a ...
Read More

Traveling alone is different if you are a woman than if you are a man

Traveling alone is different if you are a woman than if you are a man. Among the many recommendations for ...
Read More

“I was enlisted as a domestic worker when I was 9 years old”

In 1969, Petra Hermillo arrived in Chilpancingo, Guerrero, accompanied by her job-seeking parents. They came from the municipality of Ahuacotzingo ...
Read More
social-media
TWITTER
FACEBOOK
YOUTUBE