We provide a positive force for change through direct service, collaborations with other community organizations, and advocacy. NYJL volunteers serve on committees that meet on a regular basis for over 20 community partners in New York City. Learn more about our Community Impact.
Training women to become community leaders is in our DNA. Ever since 1901 when our founder, Mary Harriman, taught her friends how to work with tenement families on the Lower East Side, the NYJL has been committed to developing leadership skills. Learn more about our training programs.
We are excited to participate in the Hampton Classic Jump for Charity event, offering the NYJL the opportunity to win $30,000 for our community programs.
Suzanne E. Manning has been selected by the Nominating committee and confirmed by vote of the membership to become the 57th President of the NYJL. She will begin her two-year term on July 1. Ms. Manning was formally introduced as incoming President at the NYJL Annual Meeting on June 9 at P.S 6 in Manhattan.…
Three times a year, the Astor House, the NYJL’s beautiful, historic headquarters on East 80th Street, hosts themed cocktail-party fundraisers. These include the fall homecoming, which kicks off the NYJL volunteer year, a winter party, and our annual end-of-year event in the summer.Get Tickets