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About the Foundation


Every Page Foundation, a feminist non-profit organization, is dedicated to being a resource and strategic partner for social and environmental justice by protecting and advocating for women and girls, in order to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion in the arts and sciences.


Every Page Foundation was first established in 1998 under the name, Art Happens, in order to incentivize American art institutions to purchase and exhibit the work of women artists. In 2015, Art Happens was renamed The Kaleta A. Doolin Foundation (KADF), with a larger purpose to advance equity for women and girls and to encourage cultural diversity and representation in the arts and sciences. In 2020, KADF appointed Breea Govenar, Ph.D. as its first Executive Director and continued to expand its mission to protect and advocate for women and girls toward achieving social and environmental justice, by fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion in the arts and sciences.

In 2024, KADF announced a recalibration of our funding priorities and reframing its work under the name: Every Page Foundation.

Under its new name, Every Page Foundation will advance gender equity by prioritizing the health and security of women and girls, as well as their educational opportunities and career development. Every Page Foundation will also continue to support strategies that mitigate impacts of climate change and promote the exhibition and publication of feminist arts.