The Wing provides a platform for elected officials at the local, state, and national levels to connect with members and discuss key political issues. During election cycles, our spaces host community town halls and happy hours in support of women candidates on the campaign trail. The Wing is also committed to ensuring that every eligible member is registered to vote.
Partnering with organizations like the Women’s Prison Association, NYC Parks, Black Girls Code, and The Legal Aid Society, we encourage our membership to get involved with their communities beyond The Wing and create opportunities for them to work with underserved women and girls, providing professional development, mentorship, support, and aid.
Diversity & Inclusion
The Wing comprises a collective of members with a broad range of perspectives and backgrounds. We’re intentional about creating an inclusive space where everyone belongs — regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, age, sexual orientation, ability, gender identity, or socioeconomic background. From the variety of products in our beauty rooms to programming that amplifies marginalized voices and speaks truth to power, we strive to challenge, uplift, and empower our members.
We are proud to offer Wing membership scholarships, a program that evolved from our commitment to diversifying our community. Awarded to women and non-binary individuals working in nonprofit, advocacy, social services, education, and work that supports the advancement of women and girls, each scholarship covers a one-year membership to The Wing. The application window is currently closed but will be open again soon.
How the wing has created a retail environment that actually helps women
The Wing, which launched its retail line in Spring 2018, sees its merchandise as another way of spreading the company’s mission of gender equity. To create its products, the company works …
The Wing isn't just a functional space, it's a real symbol of what's opening in our country. [It's] one of the most potent forces that we've seen emerge in politics this year.