The Dignity Project
The Dignity Project is a New York based collaboration between The Kota Alliance, AwareGirls, and Florence Montmare. The Dignity Project envisions to establish a safe space for young women, where they are free to create their own personal expression through digital storytelling. Read more here!
Bravo - Bra Donation Campaign
Many women have un-needed bras in their wardrobe. Instead of throwing them away, why not donate them for a good cause? The donation boxes can be found in the Starrett Lehigh building October 1st -5th, 2018. Read more here!
What is Kota?
The Kota Alliance is a umbrella organization elevating collaboration across borders for women-centered nonprofits, NGOs, social enterprises and entrepreneurs, businesses and startups that share the like-minded goal of improving gender equality and supporting women. Currently working out of the Centre for Social Innovation (CSI), The Kota Alliance long term goal is to be working independently out of a World Center for Women via a social enterprise model. About half of nonprofits identify “long-term financial sustainability” as their greatest challenge. By joining Kota at the Women's Lab at CSI, our members benefit from our group discount for coworking and event space. Additionally, those who join our community, receive tangible fiscal, physical, and programmatic support, as well as the opportunity to collaboration across organizations.
Featured Blog Posts
Featured Event: Sustainable Fashion and SDGs: Different Contexts, Same Mission
The Kota Alliance, together with Hecho por Nosotros, organized an official side event of the UN High Level Political Meeting on Agenda 2030 with the theme "Sustainable Fashion and SDGs: Different Contexts, Same Mission" on Wednesday July 11, 2018. Check out photos and the live broadcast of the event in the window below!
Kota Alliance is a working member of the Women's Lab at the Centre for Social Innovation co-working space in Chelsea, NYC.
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