Women’s Suffrage

The National Sculpture Society is one of thirty-five National Partners of the Women’s Suffrage National Monument Foundation.

In a special announcement to closeout Women’s History Month, the Women’s Suffrage National Monument Foundation welcomed thirty-five organizations committed to uplifting American women’s history and empowering women and girls as the Foundation’s founding cohort of National Partners. Together, the Foundation and its National Partners – which represent more than three million women across the world – will celebrate the contributions of women to American democracy through the establishment of the first memorial on the National Mall dedicated to American women’s history.

“As we prepare to honor the 250th year of American democracy in 2026, our partners know it is more urgent than ever that the commemorative works in our nation’s capital fully reflect the richness of the American story,” said Anna Laymon, Executive Director of the Women’s Suffrage National Monument Foundation. “Women’s accomplishments have long been overlooked in our federal monuments and memorials, but by working together with our partners we will ensure that the role women played in shaping our country is finally part of the historical narrative on the National Mall. We are honored to have this distinguished coalition of partners joining us in this work, and we look forward to welcoming more and more champions to this project.”

Learn more and view the complete organization list.