We believe economic stability and mobility is a fundamental human right.
Happy NEW Year! Now in 2022, we are looking forward to continuing our work and are so grateful to all of our partners and supporters who believe in our collective power to change lives and empower brighter futures for women and families.
NEW’s mission is to spark economic mobility for all women and families, particularly Latinas, through wealth creation, housing, education, entrepreneurship, and advocacy for economic justice. You’ve made it possible for us to impact the lives of the 100k+ people we have served these past two years. We invite you to read our just-released Impact Report (below) to see just what we all achieved together.
This new Covid variant is another huge challenge for our client families.
As we enter a new phase of this pandemic, low-income women and their families continue to disproportionately face homelessness, lack of digital training, inadequate financial literacy and limited workforce readiness, preventing their stabilization and economic growth, and affecting intergenerational barriers to prosperity.
NEW provides an economic mobility roadmap that gives our clients a clear pathway to economic stability and mobility. Throughout this pandemic, we continue to connect women and families critically needed information and resources. Our Impact Report proves that we can leverage every dollar to help families in this moment.
Together in 2022, we make that difference!
Because economic opportunity and upward mobility are the foundation of the American Dream, we believe women are at the core of making this dream happen. As we all seek economic justice, it is critical that we all make decisions and be informed in order to ensure a better world for the next generations.
NEW-WBC's Fashion ShowPUBLISHED November 9, 2021
Affordable Housing with a River ViewPUBLISHED SUMMER 2021
Workers are putting the finishing touches on hundreds of units of affordable housing from Koreatown to the banks of the Los Angeles River. Parque Vista Apartments is the final phase of developer McCormack Baron Salazar's Taylor Yard Village. All 42 units will house very-low income households.
Interview with Alicia Matricardi of New Economics for WomenPUBLISHED JULY 30 2020
The home buying process can be challenging to navigate in the best of times. For those pursuing homeownership in recent months, the COVID-19 pandemic and incredibly competitive real estate market in many areas have made the process that much more difficult.
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