The grants focus strategic grantmaking on ending mass incarceration and strengthening democracy to dismantle barriers and transform systems that perpetuate gender inequity, racism, classism, and other forms of oppression.
The Foundation is proud to announce an exciting microgrant opportunity from The Brooklyn Economic Justice Project.
Justice Talks is a new series from The New York Women’s Foundation that features the stories of our grantee partners as they build power in their communities.
In Her Words from The New York Times highlights The Foundation’s early investment in National Domestic Workers Alliance, which has ballooned to over 70 local affiliates and 250,000 members of an online community.
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The New York Women's Foundation is a platform for women (cis and trans) and non-binary people, and a force for change. The Foundation's mission is to create an equitable and just future for all women and girls. It achieves this goal by uniting cross-cultural and community alliances that ignite action. The Foundation invests in women-led, innovative, and bold community-based solutions that promote the economic security, safety, and health of the most overlooked women.