WHO WE SUPPORT / Meet our Nonprofit Partners
When you join Working for Women (W4W) you support the growth of our carefully researched nonprofit partners. They work with women across the U.S. to:
Provide Education & Training
Connect Women to Jobs
Build a Community of Support
MEET OUR PORTFOLIO OF PARTNERS
Bottomless Closet serves disadvantaged New York City women in preparing for job interviews and supporting their entry or reentry into the workforce. The women come from diverse backgrounds and experiences including women who are on public assistance, formerly incarcerated, single mothers, survivors of domestic violence, and women living in shelters. The services offered include the selection of high quality interview attire, 1:1 resume review/ preparation and interview coaching as well as a broad workshop curriculum that promotes professional development, financial management and personal enrichment.
Chica Project serves young Latinas and other Women of Color who have been systematically disconnected from economic opportunity, resulting in limited access to education, financial stability, social capital, political power, and sufficient human services. Chica Project addresses this opportunity divide by providing young, urban Latinas who are growing up in communities disconnected from economic opportunity and influence with access to intergenerational mentorship, professional employment experience, and leadership development.
New Women New Yorkers (NWNY), founded in 2014, provides immigrant women with training, resources, and support to help them secure their first paying, fulfilling job in the NYC workforce or to pursue higher education. New Women New Yorkers also offers a safe, transformative space where immigrant women can build community, experience and demonstrate leadership, and share their stories.
Stockade Works is dedicated to furthering the potential of film, television, media and tech in the Hudson Valley through workforce development training programs in film & TV production for local residents. Access and inclusion are at the core of their mission: they believe that every individual should have opportunities for quality, well-paying jobs with avenues for growth, particularly women, people of color, veterans and those who are underemployed.
Unshattered is a nonprofit social enterprise ending the relapse cycle for women recovering from addiction. They provide job skills training and employment while partnering with recovery homes across the country to provide the next step for women who are overcoming addiction, trafficking, abuse, and incarceration. Its unique combination of community, employment, and personal development have been very successful – to date, they have experienced only one relapse for their employees.
Women Employed’s mission is to improve the economic status of women and remove barriers to economic equity in the Chicago region. Women Employed has been working for over 45 years to ensure all women are treated fairly in the workplace, are respected for the work they do, and can attain the skills they need for the jobs they want.
Women’s Way is a nonprofit organization empowering organizations and individuals to take action to support equal opportunity for women, girls, and gender equality for all in the greater Philadelphia region.