The Foundation Surpasses $100 Million in Grantmaking to Date

The New York Women’s Foundation has surpassed $100 million in grantmaking since its founding 35 years ago! This milestone marks the support and deep partnership with more than 500 organizations whose work ensures the economic security, safety and health of women and their communities in New York City and beyond.

The Foundation’s latest round of grantmaking totaled over $2 million, awarded to 45 grantee partners and centered around three main themes: equity, education and empowerment. In total, The Foundation funded 151 organizations across the 5 boroughs and beyond in 2021.

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Organizations awarded funding in the latest round of grantmaking include:

• A Call to Men

• African American Policy Forum

• Alex House Project

• Ancient Song Doula Services

• Arab American Association of New York

• The Arab-American Family Support Center

• The Audre Lorde Project

• Black Feminist Project

• Black Trans Media

• Borealis Philanthropy

• Broadway Housing Communities

• The Brotherhood Sister Sol

• Brown Girl Recovery

• Center for American Progress

• The Center for Anti-Violence Education

• Center for Survivor Agency and Justice

• Churches United for Fair Housing

• Community Connections for Youth

• DRUM – Desis Rising Up and Moving

• Exodus Transitional Community

• Fierce!

• Flanbwayan Haitian Literacy Project

• Fostering Progressive Advocacy

• Freedom Agenda at the Urban Justice Center

• Girls for Gender Equity Inc. – GGE

• Girl Vow

• Goodnation Foundation

• Jahajee Sisters: Empowering Indo-Caribbean Women

• JMAC for Families

• The Ladies of Hope Ministries

• Me Too International

• National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum

• New Hour for Women and Children LI

• New York Transgender Advocacy Group

• PureLegacee

• Sadie Nash Leadership Project

• Soul Sisters Leadership Collective

• The Sylvia Rivera Law Project

• Theatre of the Oppressed NYC

• Welfare Rights Initiative

• WomanHood Project

• Women of Color in Solidarity

• The WOW Project

• Young Women of Color HIV/AIDS Coalition

• Youth Represent