NEW in NYC



 

NEW's 2016 Annual Equity Leadership Awards Luncheon!

What does an hour's wage

mean to you?

   

For women working a minimum wage job -- at $7.25 per hour --
it means living well below the poverty line.

59% of minimum wage earners are women.

A single mother of two working full time at

a wage of $10 per hour is living in poverty.

40% of single mothers in NYC are living in poverty.
.

NEW’s free training helps women gain financial security
to support themselves and their families.


NEW graduates start their careers earning over $15 per hour.

In their third year, NEW graduates earn $25 per hour.  

 

An hour’s wage means the difference

between poverty and financial security.


NEW Graduates are supporting NEW – Giving Back an Hour –
by making a donation equal to one hour or more of their salary!


Match the NEW Graduates’ support

by donating an hour – or two, or three, or more – of your salary.
Your contribution will help place future tradeswomen in

careers that provide long-term security.

 

 

DONATE TODAY


 

Want to donate offline?

Donate by Phone
Contact NEW at 646-257-5226 to make your donation.

Donate by Fax
Fax NEW at 800-635-1537.

Donate by Mail

Send your donation to:

Nontraditional Employment for Women

243 West 20th Street

New York, NY 10011

To download printable PDF donation form Click Here

Many employers match charitable gifts. Please check with your company's human resources department to find out more about their matching gift program.

NEW Shopping Mall

Make Supporting NEW a Part of Your Everyday Routine

Your everyday online shopping can support NEW. 

Click on the link below to see how

Nontraditional Employment for Women's Online Shopping Mall

 


NEW Nontraditional Employment for Women. 243 West 20th Street, New York, NY 10011 (212) 627-6252

Copyright © 2007 NEW. All rights reserved


 

 


NEW Nontraditional Employment for Women. 243 West 20th Street, New York, NY 10011 (212) 627-6252

Copyright © 2007 NEW. All rights reserved