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Celebrate with us!

Our Celebrating Women Breakfast is happening on Tuesday, May 14th at the Marriott Marquis in NYC. Get your tickets early and join us in our annual celebration!

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The Justice Fund

The Justice Fund at The New York Women’s Foundation awards $700,000 in new grants to end mass incarceration and support alternatives that promote safety and justice.

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We're in City Limits!

When someone says: “a New York Woman” what immediately comes to mind?

Read President and CEO Ana Oliveira’s op-ed in City Limits.

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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 across the country.

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Grantee Partner Spotlight

A Call to Men: Here's how you can be better allies for women online

Grantee partner, A Call to Men, and former grantee partner Hollaback! address what men can do to stop online harassment against women, and how to amplify their voices in online spaces.

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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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Scaling Social Justice: A Latinx Immigrant Worker Co-op Franchise Model

The New York Women’s Foundation is proud to be a long-time supporter of SCO Family of Services‘ Center for Family Life program, a developer of worker co-ops. 

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NY Program is Uneven in Supporting Those Caring for Aging Parents

AARP estimates that 40 million Americans act as caregivers to a family member, and estimated the economic value of this work to be $470 billion in 2013.

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2019 Celebrating Women Breakfast

The Celebrating Women Breakfast celebrates the work of our grantee partners—women-led community organizations working to create an economically secure, safer future for all women and families in New York City. The Breakfast also honors women leaders who work to empower women and girls in New York City and the world. Past honorees have included Madeleine Albright, Queen Latifah, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, Billie Jean King, Gloria Steinem, and Nobel Laureates Leymah Gbowee and Dr. Wangari Muta Maathai. Attended by 2,200 guests, the Breakfast raises $2 million, a significant portion of our $8 million in annual grantmaking.

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Rag + Bone Shopping Event

Join us for a shopping event at rag + bone on Wednesday, March 27th from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. All customers will receive a 15% discount AND 15% of proceeds from the evening will be donated to The New York Women’s Foundation!

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