Women’s City Club of New York, established in 1915, is a nonprofit, non-partisan, multi-issue activist organization dedicated to improving the lives of all New Yorkers.
To promote responsive government, the WCC shapes public policy through education, issue analysis, advocacy, and civic participation.
As our trailblazing founders did 100 years ago, WCC continues to advocate for economic, gender, and racial justice so that all New Yorkers can:
- Achieve economic stability
- Enjoy equal opportunity
- Live in safe and secure communities
Through member-led Task Forces, WCC members conduct research, publish reports, foster dialogue with public officials, launch public education and advocacy campaigns, and promote civic engagement to:
- Reduce income inequality
- Improve public education
- Improve government performance
- Create safe, secure, and affordable housing
- Increase access to quality health care
If you are interested in engaging in issues, taking action and improving the lives of all New Yorkers, JOIN WCC TODAY!