We asked, and you responded. If you are one of loyal supporters who has become a a sustaining giver and a Partner for the Future through our monthly giving program — THANK YOU!
You can give at any level, from $10 to $100 per month. And every dollar counts. Did you know that $10 a month — roughly 30 cents a day — will buy after-school snacks for one of the kids in our after school programs? It’s a small act of kindness that can make all the difference to a family trying to keep a kid in school.
We are grateful for your support, whether it is $.30 or $30 a day. Which is why we’d like to invite you to come to a fun event.
BKK Cookshop (1700 New Jersey Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001) is hosting us at one of their Terrific Tuesday fundraisers! February 21, 2017 from 5 – 10 pm.
BKK will generously donate 10% of dine-in dinner sales to NEW. Please do come, bring your friends, and spread the word.
Want an incentive? Feast your eyes.
You eat well, and have fun while supporting the women and children at NEW. What’s not to love? It’s a win-win, and we’d love to see you there.
Please join us! February 21, 2017 from 5 – 10 pm, at BKK Cookshop, 1700 New Jersey Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001
The world carries on, the winter sets in, and all of us await spring. But the women and children of NEW don’t wait for a fresh start — because there is no time like the present to build a new future!
We’ve also learned that it’s the small acts that matter. They don’t just keep hope alive, they help with that first concrete step toward a new beginning. And they’re possible — for everyone. It’s a bit like the new year’s resolutions. By February, losing X pounds/exercising everyday/eating healthy seems like a combination of joyless and impossible. But keeping that one soda away at lunch is doable. Taking the stairs is not impossible. The small things keep us going.
For the people in our care, the small things make all the difference — like the Metro cards you sent after the Women’s March and the Valentine cards now arriving. Your small acts enable the people at NEW to keep moving.
So let’s make a lasting difference together. Become a sustaining giver this year. Join our Partners for the Future monthly giving program. You might forego a couple of skinny lattes in order to sign up to donate $10 a month. It’s a small action, but it compounds to a big impact for a homeless woman or child.
Here’s to Partners for the Future – and that first step!
We want to thank our generous sponsors and patrons for making our 2015 Moving Out of Homelessness event possible and for showing their support for New Endeavors By Women’s programs and services and their commitment to ending the cycle of homelessness. Read more
Join New Endeavors on Wednesday, June 17 at Beau Thai (SHAW) for happy hour benefitting NEW. Beau Thai has created a refreshing NEW drink to quench your thirst and help the homeless. Order the NEW drink during Happy Hour and all day and night on Wednesday, June 17 and all proceeds go to New Endeavors By Women to support housing and programs for homeless women and families. Hope to see you there.
What do the White House, the Big Apple and New Endeavors by Women have in common? This past week we all hosted our own Christmas Tree Lighting!
Although our lighting ceremony was not as high profile as Pennsylvania Avenue or Rockefeller Center, we think our tree shines just as bright. A beautiful tree stands tall in our lobby, greeting residents and guests alike with holiday cheer. Read more
In January, Spark Career Strategy/Exchange Network, LLC selected NEW as a community partner. The company generously donates career empowerment services to our residents. Company founder and CEO, Stephanie Goetsch, committed to help us even more by organizing the “Clean Up & Give Back” consignment shopping event. Gently used clothing and accessories were sold at the event, held April 19 in Bethesda, and the proceeds benefited NEW. We thank Stephanie, all of the event volunteers, donors and shoppers who made the fantastic fundraiser possible! To learn more about Exchange Network’s partnership with NEW to advance the career goals of our residents, visit www.sparkcareerstrategy.comRead more
Thank you to the congregation of Ebenezer AME Church in Fort Washington, Maryland. They recently made a wonderful donation of a snack goody basket and more than 150 collected cell phones! Pictured are Leah J. Peay, Cynthia Holston and Erica Shannon delivering the donation at our 611 N Street site. Read more
More than 70 friends and supporters, including over a dozen NEW alumnae, joined us for a community celebration of our move back to 611 N Street NW. Visitors toured the new facility; mingled with board members, staff and residents; and, learned more about NEW’s five housing programs and support services. Read more
More than 140 friends and supporters joined New Endeavors by Women to celebrate our 25th Anniversary at our annual Moving Out of Homelessness event on November 14, 2013. Our supporters, rallied by mistress of ceremonies Gwen Tolbart of Fox 5 News, helped us raise nearly $70,000 to help fund our five housing programs for homeless women and children! Read more
Six NEW residents and program graduates recently participated in a beautiful portrait session with photographer Elizabeth Dranitzke of Photopia. We held the session in the lovely, tranquil space at Tabula Rasa on Barracks Row. The portraits will grace the walls in community areas of our new 611 N Street building, scheduled to open in December 2012. Read more