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The Kota Alliance
@Centre for Social Innovation
601 West 26th St, suite 325-102
New York, NY 10001
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The Kota Alliance is a New York State registered not-for-profit organization with 501(c)3 status under the IRS code.
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#NYGivesDay on Tuesday, November 28th
The Kota Alliance is participating in #NYGivesDay 24-hour online fundraising event giving you an easy opportunity to contribute to gender equality and women's empowerment locally and globally. The Kota Alliance is based in New York City and is currently supporting 25 partner organizations through networking and promoting their work and fundraising efforts. We also sponsor a monthly seat to a reproductive health organization. Our vision is to form a permanent hub for small- to medium-size global and local civil society organizations in New York City aiming to reduce gender inequalities and you can help us towards that goal. Just get online, show us some love and donate on Giving Tuesday, November 28. We are thankful for all of your support! For more detailed information about Kota and New York Gives Day here !
Shop and support women's causes at the same time!
Shop Anje's The Virtue Collective - 10% of sales will profit Kota through Virtueconomy.
Kota means applecore in Finnish, and by purchasing this Kota Apple Core necklace from Hippie Cartel, you support Kota with 50 % of the sale price! Also, 25 % of other items on the site support us.
The Anna-Riitta and Fritz Fuchs Fund for Reproductive Health
Anna-Riitta and Fritz Fuchs were a formidable couple of scientists. Fritz (1921-1995) was born in Denmark, and met his Finnish wife Anna-Riitta (1926- 2014) in Helsinki as a young doctor. He later persuaded her to come to Copenhagen to continue her chemistry studies. In 1964, the family moved to the United States, when Fritz was invited to become the chairman of Obstetrics and Gynecology at New York Hospital – Cornell Medical College in New York. Anna-Riitta did research at Rockefeller University, and later joined her husband at NYH-CUMC , where she ran the Reproductive Endocrinology research lab.
Early in the new couple’s life, tragedy struck when their first child was born prematurely and did not survive. They then dedicated their lives to pursuing the mechanisms of premature labor, in addition to other work in the field of reproductive health. Their main field of research was the mechanism of action of oxytocin and prostaglandins in labor, and their findings have directly influenced clinical practice today. Many scientists from several countries worked in their lab and rose to become leaders in their field back home.
Anna-Riitta and Fritz had four more children, while she simultaneously pursued and completed her PhD in Chemistry. Coming from Finland, where women got the right to vote already in 1906, she was also an early feminist, declaring at one point that “women’s liberation would not have happened without the pill”. The Fuchses also actively promoted women in science. The Fuchs’ family, friends, colleagues and alumni are pleased to contribute to this fund in their memory, which will support Kota Alliance organizations working for women’s reproductive health and the education of girls. We invite others who value the importance of this field, and women’s contribution to science, to contribute as well.
Your donation of $250 pays for one month of co-working and meeting space, networking and other services provided by the Kota Alliance at its offices in the Women's Lab of the Centre for Social Innovation in New York City. $3000 pays for one year of peace of mind for such an organization, allowing them to focus fully on their work! The organizations will be chosen by qualified peers.
Albert de la Chapelle
Frank and Judith Chervenak
Jaana Rehnstrom and Andrew Blane