Radical Generosity is a team sport! Take bold action to help all women in New York City thrive and live free of violence. Create a team with coworkers, friends and/or family and make a monthly donation. Your support will go toward programs that transform the lives of women and families across the city, making a better NYC for all of us.
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Center for Family Life’s New York City Cooperative Development Project scales up worker cooperative development by training and coaching community-based organizations serving low-income immigrant women to organize worker-owned businesses.
STRIVE’s Women’s Empowerment Initiative provides training, wrap-around supportive services, job placement, and retention services to low-income women who possess distinct barriers in gaining employment.
At EY, we believe that only the highest-performing teams, which maximize the power of different opinions, perspectives and cultural references, will succeed in the global marketplace. Our focus on diversity and inclusiveness is integral to how we serve our clients, develop our people and play a leadership role in our communities.
“EY is committed to supporting diversity and inclusiveness, not just at work but within the local community. The Radical Generosity @ Work campaign is a perfect way for people to really get involved in helping women and families in the NYC areas by contributing to their economic well-being. Together we can help build a better working world.“Margaret Morrison, Principal, Financial Services at Ernst & Young LLP and Board Member at The Foundation
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), has mobilized a team that will create a collective giving culture inside the company. This represents a new model for sustained participation of corporate employees in philanthropy on a local level.
PwC has set an initial target of creating 300 new philanthropists in the first year, raising over $250,000.
“It is an honor to help The Foundation launch this campaign and form the first ‘Radical Generosity at Work’ team of philanthropists at PwC. Collectively, we can greatly expand access to economic opportunity for NYC’s most vulnerable women, their families and make a difference where we live and work.”Grainne McNamara, Principal at PwC and Board Member at The Foundation