With a mission to ignite the leadership of women in business and politics, The White House Project announced it's closing this past week. Their website now shares, "For 14 years, The White House Project was a leading advocate and voice on women's leadership."
To make an investment in the next generation of women leaders, The White House Project former leaders suggested donating to organizations such as Running Start, Girls Who Code and The Forte Foundation.
In 2012 The White House Project had helped 15,000 women and had innovated new leadership development experiences through their GO LEAD (training) and GO CONNECT (community) programs. They worked hard to advance women to leadership positions.
Some speculate that The White House Project was not receiving enough in the way of funding (donations) because they worked to help women of all parties. It has been suggested by outsiders that perhaps if they recreate themselves in the future they could focus on one party versus the other- so that funding would become more sufficient to their long-term sustainability.