Introducing our newest partnership with
BOTTOMLESS CLOSET EMPOWERS LOW-INCOME NEW YORK CITY WOMEN TO ENTER THE WORKFORCE AND ACHIEVE SUCCESS. THEY PURSUE THEIR MISSION THROUGH THE PROVISION OF PROFESSIONAL CLOTHING, RESUME HELP AND INTERVIEW COACHING. GWGWG WILL BE DONATING TO EFFORTS THAT WILL HELP FUND THE PURCHASE OF TWO LAPTOPS ENABLING THEIR STAFF & VOLUNTEERS TO WORK MORE EFFICIENTLY. SPECIFICALLY, IT WILL ENABLE THEIR STAFF AND VOLUNTEERS TO GO OUT ON SITE TO THEIR REFERRAL PARTNERS AND WORK DIRECTLY WITH CLIENTS TO HELP THEM BE FULLY PREPARED IN THEIR JOB SEARCH. HELP US RAISE MONEY FOR BOTTOMLESS CLOSET BY CLICKING BELOW.
Proudly Partnering with…
BOTTOMLESS CLOSET NYC
This organization empowers low-income New York City women to enter the workforce and achieve success. They pursue their mission through the provision of professional clothing, resume help and interview coaching.
50% of the clients at Bottomless Closet are homeless. Many more are survivors of domestic violence or sexual abuse, and a significant number of clients are transitioning from prison, substance abuse programs or even the foster care system. 49% of their clients have children and the majority are single mothers.
bergen family center
THE Mission: BFC strengthens communities by providing services to individuals, families and children that enhance their ability to function independently, manage challenges and improve the quality of their lives.
THE Vision: BFC is a recognized leader in providing quality and comprehensive human services to people of all ages.
susan g. komen
What was started with $200 and a shoebox full of potential donor names has now grown into the world’s largest nonprofit source of funding for the fight against breast cancer. To date. investing more than $2.9 billion in groundbreaking research, community health outreach, advocacy and programs in more than 60 countries. susan g. komen efforts helped reduce deaths from breast cancer by 40 percent between 1989-2016.
nicu at NY presbyterian hospital
New York Presbyterian has a long tradition of providing exceptional obstetrics care to women in New York City. Since the late 19th century, our maternity facilities have held a reputation for low infant mortality rates, and groundbreaking developments in the advancement of women’s and children’s health — including developing amniocentesis test to determine certain genetic disorders in utero and the Apgar score, five criteria used to evaluate the health of newborns.