We Heart: Olivia Rodrigo’s Abortion ‘Fund 4 Good’ Will Benefit Reproductive Rights

Olivia Rodrigo performs onstage for the kick off of Guts world tour on Feb. 23, 2024, in Palm Springs, Calif. (Kevin Mazur / Getty Images for Acrisure Arena)

Celebrity artists supporting reproductive rights—it’s a good idea, right?

We certainly think so.

Olivia Rodrigo kicked off her Guts world tour this week with powerful vocals and an equally powerful message. In a video posted to TikTok moments before she took the stage in Palm Springs on Feb. 23, the 21-year-old pop star shared the exciting news that she has started the Fund 4 Good to support reproductive health access across the country.

A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales of the Guts world tour will go towards the Fund 4 Good, working “to support all women, girls and people seeking reproductive health freedom.”

For the North American leg of the tour, Rodrigo will partner with the National Network of Abortion Funds, Rodrigo told her fans.


olivia has launched Fund4Good, a global initiative committed to building an equitable and just future for all women, girls and people seeking reproductive health freedom. get more info & donate at http://oliviarodrigo.lnk.to/fund4good

♬ original sound – livies hq ❤️

The outspoken singer-songwriter and Grammy award winner continued: “The fund will directly support community-based nonprofits that champion things like girls education, support reproductive rights and prevent gender-based violence.”

Abortion funds are grassroots organizations that support abortion access for low-income women by helping to finance their abortions or travel to obtain abortions. Abortions can be prohibitively costly: Some cost up to $800 and federal regulations prohibit Medicaid from covering abortions (though abortion pills are available for a low cost or even free to those who need them, even in abortion-ban states).

The National Network of Abortion Funds describes itself as “organizing at the crossroads of racial, economic and reproductive justice,” connecting women with local abortion funds to help them obtain the healthcare they need.

Since the Dobbs decision, 21 states have banned or restricted abortions. 

Rodrigo’s Guts tour will take her all over the United States, with tour stops in several states that have implemented particularly restrictive bans such as Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma. At all of these shows, Rodrigo is making sure her fans are educated about reproductive rights: “You can stop by the National Network of Abortion Funds table at your local Guts world tour stop,” Rodrigo shared in her TikTok.

It’s an apt cause for an artist who often addresses the brutal expectations of conventional femininity in her work. In “All American B*tch,” the first track on Guts, she satirizes American society’s expectations of young women: “All the time / I’m grateful all the time / I’m sexy and I’m kind / I’m pretty when I cry.”

During her performance at the Glastonbury Festival in England in 2022, Rodrigo expressed her anger about the Dobbs decision to the crowd and directly called out the justices who voted to curtail women’s reproductive freedom. 

We are looking forward to following the Guts tour and seeing the impact of its partnership with Fund 4 Good. Good for you, Olivia Rodrigo!

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Anoushka Chander is an intern at Ms. Studios and an Assistant Producer for the new Ms. podcast Torn Apart: Abolishing Family Policing and Reimagining Child Welfare. She is a junior at Harvard College studying Social Studies and African American studies with a focus on women’s rights, racial justice, and the law. She is a trained lobbyist for voting rights, gun violence prevention, and racial justice. An intersectional feminist, she is excited to champion the voices of youth of color in every space.