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Join us at our Fall Gala!

The Fall Gala celebrates leaders who excel in various fields and whose work is directly connected with the mission of The New York Women’s Foundation.

 

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Join us at our Neighborhood Dinner in Manhattan!

We’ll be celebrating extraordinary community leaders and entrepreneurs at the Museum of the City of New York.

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Radical Generosity with Anne E. Delaney

Our former Board Chair and Vision Award recipient, Anne E. Delaney, on what Radical Generosity means to her.

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Extra! Extra! Read all about it!

Our 2017 Spring/Summer issue of Activist Philanthropist is here featuring an exclusive article with Vivian Nixon of College and Community Fellowship.

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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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Gay rights advocate, Edith Windsor was a groundbreaking woman

Gay rights advocate, Edith Windsor was a groundbreaking woman.  When her landmark Supreme Court case struck down the Defense of Marriage Act in 2013, she moved us forward...

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The New York Women’s Foundation Receives 2017 Leadership in Equity and Diversity Award from The Women’s Funding Network

The New York Women’s Foundation is a 2017 recipient of The Women’s Funding Network’s Leadership and Diversity (LEAD) Award, for launching the first Young Women’s Initiative

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A Labor Day Story: Can Worker Cooperatives Lift Women Out of Poverty?

Life took a better turn for Tere, a mother of two and a Mexican immigrant, when she became a worker-owner of the ecofriendly housecleaning service Si Se Puede!. As a partner in th

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Testimony to the New York State Department of Labor Gender Wage Gap Hearing

On Monday, June 26 The New York Women’s Foundation’s Director of Programs, Camille Emeagwali gave testimony to the New York State Department of Labor on the issue of the gende

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