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Read Our Latest Issue of Activist Philanthropist!

In this issue, we are excited to showcase the work of our grantee partners and leaders working to advance economic, gender, and racial justice in New York City and beyond. Features include an op-ed from Vivian Nixon, profiles of grantee partner Mixteca, author Donna Hylton and more.

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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 vulnerable—including women and families right here in New York City.

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Grantee Partner Spotlight

Creating safe, affirmative and prosperous environments for immigrant communities.

Organizations like The New York Immigration Coalition have been leading the charge in the #DriversLicensesNOW campaign, which seeks to ensure undocumented immigrants in New York do not have to live under the constant threat of deportation or detention for minor traffic violations.

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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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Lead the Way

Lead the Way is a unique capacity building and leadership program for women of color who are mid-level manager and emerging Executive Directors in non-profit organizations from acr

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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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Forty Percent of NYC’s Working Families Don’t Make Enough to Afford Basics, a New Study Shows

Board member Merble Reagon and the Women’s Center for Education and Career Advancement, in collaboration with City Harvest, and The New York Community Trust, has unveiled the 20

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