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City and State Pride Power 100

Ana Oliveira has been selected as one of City & State’s Pride 100 List for her many efforts on advancing equality and equity for the LGBTQ community.

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New Research Identifies New York’s Hardest-to-Count Communities for 2020 Census

In part with our commitment to making New York City and the country a democracy that works for all, we are a proud funder in the New York State Census Equity Fund which is housed in the New York Community Trust. Read the new report issued by the Fund.

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Proud to be an impact investor in Level Forward

The New York Women’s Foundation is honored to be an investor in Level Forward, founded by our Chair Emerita, Abigail E. Disney. Level Forward takes a new approach in creating film, television, digital and live media, sourcing its content from emerging and diverse sources.

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Celebrate Pride Month With Us!

It’s June and we’re celebrating LGBTQ Pride Month to commemorate the Stonewall riots which occurred in New York City at the end of June 1969.

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Grantee Partner Spotlight

Green Light Bill is a Huge Win for Immigrants and Immigration Advocacy Groups

New York State Senate passed the Green Light Bill which means that over 250,000 immigrants across New York State will be able to access driver’s licenses regardless of immigration status. It’s a monumental victory for immigrants rights and immigrant communities as well as our tireless grantee partners who have been working hard in their advocacy efforts. Grantee partner New York Immigration Coalition and former grantee partner Make The Road New York have been working tirelessly in their organizing efforts ensuring that the legislation gets passed.

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Board Chair Emerita Abigail Disney Speaks Out Against Pay Inequity

At The New York Women’s Foundation, we are proud to stand with Abigail as she rightfully shines a light on inequality that continues to grow at the expense of those who are most

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Meet The New York Women’s Foundation

We advance economic, gender, and racial justice by boldly investing in community solutions and leaders.

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We signed the GUTC Pledge

As an inaugural GUTC Pledge signatory committed to improving the wellbeing of trans communities, we pledge to participate in trainings and professional development opportunities fo

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Focusing Investments in Emerging Movements and a Longstanding Commitment to Women’s Socioeconomic, Gender and Racial Justice, The New York Women’s Foundation Awards Over $11 Million to 175 Organizations

Read our latest 2018 grants release announcement!

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Radical Generosity Dinner

The New York Women’s Foundation is thrilled to celebrate its Radical Generosity Dinner on Monday, October 7th at The Essex House on Central Park South. We will be honoring widely acclaimed public interest lawyer Bryan Stevenson, Founder and Executive Director of the Equal Justice Initiative who will engage in illuminating discussion with veteran journalist Bill Moyers. We will be announcing an additional honoree shortly.

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