Dare to Run Partnerships: 2018-2019
Dare to Run has partnered with the follow New York-based organizations to increase the number of women running for office: City Reach Community Church of Brooklyn, New Leaders Council, Staten Island Women Who March, Sunrise Day Camp Association, Be a Sister 2 a Sister, and Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance. Dare to Run is proud to partner with these fantastic organizations whose mission and vision align with the goal of increase the number of women who run for public office.
Dare to Run has partnered with City Reach Community Church of Brooklyn whose aim is to introduce younger individuals and religion in the Brooklyn Community.
Dare to Run partnered with the grassroots organization Staten Island Women Who March by attending their monthly board meeting on April 8, 2018. She explained the programs and services offered by Dare to Run for women in 2019.
Dare to Run partners with the Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance. Their former Executive Director, Sharon Jofa (2nd from left) attended the Dare to Run Networking Night on April 26, 2018. The mission of JOFA is to ensure expand the spiritual, ritual, intellectual, and political opportunities for women within the framework of halakha," or Jewish law.
Dare to Run is proud to partner with 21 in '21, a NYC based organization whose aim is to elect 21 women to the New York City Council by 2021. They do trainings for women in the community and hold monthly meetings at locations throughout the city. Visit their website for more information: https://www.21in21.org/.
Dare to Run is proud to partner with Motivote, a community organization whose goal is to encourage more younger people to go to the polls and vote at higher rates. Recently, Dare to Run partnered with Motivote for the Dare to Run Women's Leadership Conference. Motivote raffled off a ticket to Dare to Run's Conference to a lucky winner who was able to attend the conference for free. Dare to Run and Motivote will continue to partner together for upcoming events to encourage young women to participate civically within their communities.
Dare to Run partnered with the New Leaders Council for their happy hour that was held on March 30, 2019 for new fellows. Dare to Run will partner with New Leaders Council for events in the future and building the pipeline of diverse women leaders together.
Dare to Run partnered with Be a Sister 2 a Sister. Samantha Inesta, Executive Director (pictured to the left) has made it her goal to ensure that immigrant women have access to fundamentals they need, including food, clothing and shelter and an ability to sustain themselves economically.
Dare to Run is proud to partner with Brave Enterprises, an organization whose mission is to craft practice-based programming that will inform brave-inspired behaviors for people who want to make a habit of taking action. Together, Brave Enterprises and Dare to Run will empower girls to be brave and run for office in the next 5 years!
Dare to Run is proud to partner with Amplify Her, whose aim is to support progressive women in all five boroughs of New York City how to run for office. They recently had an event in Central Brooklyn that featured Catalina Cruz, Candidate for 39th Assembly District in Queens, Jasi Robison, Candidate for 23rd Senate District in Staten Island, Alesandra Biaggi, candidate for 34th Senate District in NYC, Jessica Ramos, Candidate for 13th Senate District in Queens, and Julia Salazar, Candidate for 18th Senate District in Brooklyn.
Dare to Run is proud to partner with the Staten Island Women's Political Caucus On October 12, 2019 for their Women's Leadership Forum: Celebrating 100 Years of the Right to Vote. The event featured a panel discussing the importance of women running for office, including Janine Materna (R-Staten Island), Patricia Kane (R-Staten Island) and Rachelle Suissa, Founder of Dare to Run. The event was followed by an awards ceremony and a raffle.