Donate to NYWC

“In my writing space… I can almost become all that I hope to be on paper.”

– A participant in NYWC’s workshop at the Creative Center, a writing group for people living with cancer.


Join us and become part of a community of writers and activists committed to creating an inclusive city that honors the voices and lives of everyone. Your contribution will help to ensure our vital programs can continue to flourish citywide.

Giving to NYWC is easy! You can choose to support one of our six writing programs (Criminal Justice, Health & Wellness, Homeless & Formerly Homeless Writers, LGBTQ, Women & Girls, Youth Writers) individually; make a general contribution (and we’ll spread your gift around to each program); or donate to our Emergency Workshop Leader Fund. You also have the option to make a recurring donation or a one-time gift. 

To donate to NYWC by check, please mail:

NY Writers Coalition
80 Hanson Place, Suite 604
Brooklyn, NY 11217


 
☆☆☆ Support our Black Writers Program crowdfunding campaign! ☆☆☆

NY Writers Coalition’s Black Writers Program is a curated literary experience in which Black writers can generate, develop, and share work in a supportive environment. The program includes themed generative writing workshops, drop-in sessions for prompt-based workshops, professional development panels and lectures, a monthly curated reading list, and a community of Black writers to share it all with.

We aim to create a writing community that is thoughtful, inspiring, and accessible to Black writers at all stages of the artistic process. Whether you’re a seasoned writer with formal training, a new writer eager to hone your voice, or somewhere in between, all Black writers are welcome and encouraged to sign up.



☆☆☆ Donate to our Workshop Leader Emergency Fund. In light of the COVID-19 crisis, we have created an emergency fund specifically to support our workshop leaders, many of whom are freelance writers and teaching artists. All donations to this fund will go directly to providing financial support for our leaders. ☆☆☆
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