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The New York Women’s Foundation Mourns the Loss of Janet Riccio

The New York Women’s Foundation is establishing a grant in Janet Riccio’s honor. The grant will focus on women with disabilities and their pathways to economic justice and security. Click here to make a contribution.

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Save the Date!

Our 25th Anniversary Neighborhood Dinner is just around the corner and we’re celebrating in Harlem! Mark your calendars and get ready for a night of celebrating community-based leaders and entrepreneurs!

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Unlocking Assets: Building Women’s Wealth Through Business Ownership

A new report produced by Asset Funders Network (ANF),  reveals that while data shows women-owned businesses are growing in number, the businesses are typically smaller in size and generate lower revenues and profits for their owners and employees.

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Radical Generosity Dinner

Save the date for our Radical Generosity Dinner on October 7th honoring Bryan Stevenson, Founder and Executive Director of the Equal Justice Initiative in Montgomery, Alabama.

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Celebrating the Life of Toni Morrison

The New York Women’s Foundation mourns the loss of prolific nobel laureate Toni Morrison. Her profound work as a storyteller and thought leader have shaped the literary landscape, creating profound stories authentic to the experiences of Black women and families.

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Grantee Partner Spotlight

Food Justice Program for Survivors of Gender-Based Violence

Sakhi for South Asian Women is featured in the article for their work at the intersection of food and social justice in New York City. The organization recently launched the Food Justice Program, a trauma-informed resource that is available five days a week to those who are in need of immediate access to items such as rice, ready-made meals, diapers, bottles, and formula.

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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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25th Anniversary Neighborhood Dinner in Manhattan

We hope that you will join us for the 25th Anniversary Neighborhood Dinner in Manhattan on November 14th!

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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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