WPA’s Emerging Philanthropists (“EPs”) are a group of young professional New Yorkers committed to supporting the work of WPA. Through their investment, the EPs become critical partners to women as they continue their education, achieve sobriety, find stable housing and employment, and reunite with their children.
Becoming an EP:
Through attendance at regular meetings, the responsibility of leadership positions, the planning of events, and the cultivation of community partnerships, the Emerging Philanthropists help WPA raise the awareness and funds necessary to ensure brighter futures for criminal justice-involved women, their families, and our community.
If you would like to learn more about becoming an Emerging Philanthropist, please email email@example.com.
Reasons to become an Emerging Philanthropist:
Create change. When you support WPA’s mission, you support a larger movement to reduce crime, empower women, and strengthen families.
Lead. Directly impact the social, political, economic, and technological advancement of a nearly 200 year-old organization.
Learn. Develop a new skill set and learn about the nonprofit business model.
Grow. Expand and diversify your personal and professional networks.
Have fun. Engage with peers, work in teams, attend events, and share your passion for WPA’s work within your networks.
WPA's Orange is the New Black Season 4 Premiere Party
Crime After Crime Screening featuring Joshua Safran and the Coalition for Women Prisoners
3rd Annual CYC Ride to benefit WPA
WPA's Holiday Soirée 2015
WPA's Orange is the New Black Season 3 Premiere Party
WPA Wellness Month
WPA's Holiday Soirée 2014
Art & Awareness Night with Collage Movement NYC
CYC Ride to benefit WPA
Orange is the New Black Season 2 Premiere Party featuring Jackie Cruz
Crime After Crime Screening & Discussion featuring Joshua Safran