The New York Women’s Foundation is thrilled to celebrate its Radical Generosity Dinner on Monday, October 7th at The Essex House on Central Park South. We will be honoring widely acclaimed public interest lawyer Bryan Stevenson, Founder and Executive Director of the Equal Justice Initiative who will engage in a illuminating discussion with DeAnna Hoskins, President of JustLeadershipUSA. The conversation will be moderated by veteran journalist Bill Moyers.

As we enter our 32nd year, the lives of underinvested women in New York City are more challenged than ever. We are here, as we have been for the past three decades, taking bold action to support justice and economic security for the women and families who need it most.

Those of you who have attended in previous years know what a truly inspiring and uplifting evening this is. For those of you who have not, we promise the above and more! We ask you to join us in raising $600,000 in much-needed funds to increase awareness for the obstacles facing women and families in New York City. The Dinner’s success will allow us to invest an unprecedented $11 million in 2020 to more than 150 grantee partners who work to advance the economic security, health and safety of women and families across the five boroughs.  

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Radical Generosity Dinner

by The New York Women's Foundation


The New York Women’s Foundation is thrilled to celebrate its Radical Generosity Dinner on Monday, October 7th at The Essex House on Central Park South. We will be honoring widely acclaimed public interest lawyer Bryan Stevenson, Founder and Executive Director of the Equal Justice Initiative who will engage in a illuminating discussion with DeAnna Hoskins, President of JustLeadershipUSA. The conversation will be moderated by veteran journalist Bill Moyers.

As we enter our 32nd year, the lives of underinvested women in New York City are more challenged than ever. We are here, as we have been for the past three decades, taking bold action to support justice and economic security for the women and families who need it most.

Those of you who have attended in previous years know what a truly inspiring and uplifting evening this is. For those of you who have not, we promise the above and more! We ask you to join us in raising $600,000 in much-needed funds to increase awareness for the obstacles facing women and families in New York City. The Dinner’s success will allow us to invest an unprecedented $11 million in 2020 to more than 150 grantee partners who work to advance the economic security, health and safety of women and families across the five boroughs.