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Our 2016 Annual Report is here!

Check out our digital 2016 Annual Report to learn all about the ways in which The New York Women’s Foundation supported women and families in New York City.

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30 Years of Radical Generosity

Read our 30th Anniversary Report to learn more about the history of The New York Women’s Foundation and what we’ve accomplished in the past three decades.

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Women InJustice: Gender and the Pathway to Jail in New York City

Read our new report in collaboration with The Prisoner Reentry Institute of John Jay College Of Criminal Justice

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Now More than Ever, NYC’s Women and Girls Need Us

We are going to work harder than ever to support women community leaders working on the frontlines of poverty, violence, racial and ethnic discrimination, criminalization, and homelessness.

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Why Women and Girls

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Less than 7% of foundation funding in the United States goes to women and girls.

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1 in 4 women and girls are living in poverty in New York City.

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Closing New York’s Gender and Racial Wage Gap

See what our President and CEO, Ana L. Oliveira, has to say about closing the gender and racial wage gap in New York City.

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From the Grassroots Up: Leadership Lessons From Women Community Leaders

Catch up on Ana Oliveira’s Huffington Post blog with her article From the Grassroots Up: Leadership Lessons from Women Community Leaders.

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Girls IGNITE! Grantmaking

The New York Women’s Foundation and the YWCA of the City of New York have launched Girls IGNITE! Grantmaking, a unique fellowship designed to empower the next generation through

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Neighborhood Gathering in the Bronx: Art, Gender, and Social Justice

Join us for our 30th Anniversary Neighborhood Gathering in the Bronx!

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And the Spirit Moved Them: The Lost Radical History of America’s First Feminists

Join us for a discussion with Helen LaKelly Hunt, author of And the Spirit Moved Them: The Lost Radical History of America’s First Feminists featuring Rev. Dr. Serene Jones, President, Union Theological Seminary Ana Oliveira, President & CEO, The New York Women’s Foundation

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