We envision a world where all women are in control of their finances in ways that will allow them to have happy, fulfilling lives, free of money related drama. As a non-profit organization, we provide our services to the community for no charge and appreciate any and all monetary contributions.


For ONE woman to obtain personalized financial counseling from the Savvy Ladies Helpline


For the more than 200 webinars that Savvy Ladies provides for FREE


For the 92% of women who said they wanted to learn more about financial planning


For the 80% of women over the age of 65 years who are more likely than men to be impoverished


For the 40% decrease in a woman's income after a later-in-life divorce


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When you donate to Savvy Ladies, you are a part of a powerful community supporting women’s financial literacy. Your donation truly makes a difference, as it provides funding for our programs and resources, which allow women to feel empowered and seek the path toward financial freedom. With your help, you enable us ensure that women never have to live in fear of their lack of financial awareness.

Other Ways to Donate:

Become A Savvy Fundraiser!

Become a Savvy Ladies fundraiser and extend our network of support to your entire community! Give your friends, neighbors and colleagues the chance to support financial literacy. You can turn any event into a fundraiser, including birthdays, holiday parties, races, dinner parties, shows and garage sales. You can set up a personal fundraising page to honor or remember a loved one or to celebrate a special event. Feel free to come up with your own creative fundraising ideas, too. Create your own fundraiser on Facebook now!


Honor A Savvy Lady!

With an In Honor or In Memory donation, you can turn your loved one’s name into a symbol of support. Donate to celebrate a relative, recognize a friend, or turn a "Savvy Someone's" birthday, anniversary, wedding or special event into a celebration of support for financial literacy. When filling out the online donation form, simply check the “In honor” or "In Memory" box and enter your loved one’s name.


Have A Savvy Legacy!

Planned giving makes supporting Savvy Ladies a part of your legacy. Your gift helps preserve the Savvy Ladies mission for years to come, funding invaluable resources to ensure that women never have to live in fear of their lack of financial awareness. You can plan your support in a variety of ways: by naming Savvy Ladies as beneficiary in your will, life insurance or retirement plan or by making a more complex trust arrangement. Ask your attorney or financial adviser for details about these options.


Create A Savvy Workplace!

Workplace giving helps you transfer some of your energy at the office into your passion for the Savvy Ladies mission. To encourage charitable giving, many companies let you automatically deduct contributions from your paycheck. Ask your HR department about the workplace giving program at your company. Many companies encourage charitable contributions by matching employee gifts. Some donate two, three or even five dollars for every $1 you give. Ask your HR department about the program at your company, request a matching gift form today!

Savvy Ladies is recognized as a Section 501(c)(3) not-for-profit charity by the Internal Revenue Service. A copy of our latest annual report may be obtained, upon request, either from our organization at 39 Broadway, Suite 1730, New York, New York 10006, or the NYS Attorney General’s Charities Bureau at 120 Broadway, 3rd Floor, New York, New York 10271.

I was a stay-at-home mother who merely taught part-time and freelanced while my husband ran the finances and paid our bills. I had lived on my own before I met him, but when we decided to divorce, I was afraid of managing my finances again, especially since due to being out of the workforce, my income isn’t sizable. Savvy Ladies got me in touch with a financial planner for free and I was able to get a budget planned, as well as some support in trying to make smart financial choices in the most devastating of times (a home foreclosure, divorce, and student loan repayments). I will never be so dependent on anyone again, and I am so grateful for all of Savvy Ladies help.
— Laura L.