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The Justice Fund

At Philanthropy New York’s “A New Paradigm for Justice: Centering Women and Families”, The Foundation announced the launch of a 7-year initiative to help dismantle mass incarceration and its effects on women and families in NYC.

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The Fund for the MeToo Movement and Allies

In consultation with Tarana Burke, The Foundation has awarded a total of $840,000 in their first round of grants to support the Me Too movement.

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Activist Philanthropist, Volume 4, Issue 1

Check out our latest issue of Activist Philanthropist featuring profiles on grantee partner leaders, volunteers, and a special article from President and CEO, Ana Oliveira!

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Meet Pabitra Benjamin

Did you know that as many as 140,000 Nepali-speaking people call America home? Pabitra Benjamin is the Executive Director of Adhikaar, an organization that addresses structural inequality while also placing women and the Nepali voice at the center of their work.

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Check out our new blog!

We are happy to announce that we’ve launched a blog! Our first entry takes a look at our tagline, Radical Generosity.

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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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Ana Oliveira on The Last Sip

The Last Sip explores diversity, immigration, and travel trends for people of color. Host Imara Jones catches up with Jorge Rivas, Spliter National Affairs Correspondent, Katri

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Check out our 2017 Annual Report!

We invite you to read our Annual Report which details all of the activities that The Foundation and their grantee partners have been up to in 2017.

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New Fund to Support #MeToo Efforts

The New York Women’s Foundation will soon start making five- and six-figure grants through a new fund dedicated to advancing the #MeToo movement and bolstering frequently overloo

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The Last Sip: Diversity, Immigration and Travel for People of Color

This week’s The Last Sip explores diversity, immigration, and travel trends for people of color. Host Imara Jones catches up with Ana Oliveira.

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Neighborhood Dinner in Brooklyn

We hope that you will join us for the 2018 Neighborhood Dinner in Brooklyn as we honor Julia Jean-Francois, Co-Director at Center for Family Life in Sunset Park, Alyssa Aguilera, Co-Executive Director of VOCAL-NY and Cynthia Gordy Giwa, Editor-in-Chief and Co-Founder, Black-Owned Brooklyn.

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