Advancing economic justice for women, families, and communities.
The New York Women’s Foundation invests in community-led solutions impacting the five boroughs of New York City that propel all women, girls, non-binary, and gender-expansive people towards long-term economic security and economic justice for communities.
This community-based economic justice accelerator supports Black ownership, joy, and liberation. BEJP funds efforts based on collective action, including fair housing, environmental improvement, and small-business incubation in neighborhoods at high risk of gentrification.
Grantee partner Custom Collaborative trains, mentors, and advocates for and with low to no-income and immigrant women to build the skills necessary to achieve economic success in the sustainable fashion industry and broader society.
Grantee partner Worker’s Justice Project educates, organizes, and fights for justice in the workplace through several worker-led programs and campaigns to improve the social, economic, and political conditions of workers across the five boroughs.