Equality For All

Stand Up For Pride in Wyckoff! Wyckoff local government refused to fly the Pride Flag over Town Hall. We won’t take no for an answer. Join Women For Progress and other community members as we display our own Pride. Please join us this Friday evening, 7:00-8:30PM by the Wyckoff Town Hall flagpoles. We’re bringing...

Join us as we celebrate Pride with a free screening of the documentary The Most Dangerous Year. In 2016, the United States saw a surge of anti-trans bills. Vlada Knowlton turned the camera on her own family for this incredible documentary. We’ll have popcorn, soda, and a quick roster of action items...

Join Women For Progress to understand first hand how immigration policies are affecting society. Learn how we can help with the current detention problem from insiders: Victor Salama, Executive Director of First Friends of NJ & NY and Nicole Polley Miller, Esq. from American Friends Service Committee. We’re also collecting Grocery...

On Thursday, May 25th over 150 Women for Progress members and guests found themselves at the Unitarian Society of Ridgewood surrounded by sweets, coffee and auction items. A night of desserts turned into much more when the final count came to over $10,000 raised for Syrian aid. The objective of the night...

New Jerseyans band together to help people in Syria. The Wyckoff-based group, Women For Progress, will host a fundraising event tonight called ‘Sweets for Syria.’ It'll feature all sorts of tasty desserts from places in Ridgewood and Glen Rock. There will also be an auction for a hockey stick signed by the New...

Our committee focuses intersectionality and protection of marginalized groups. Our actions center around racial justice, immigration and refugee rights and LGBTQ equality. As progressive women we believe that all humans should be treated with respect, dignity and the right to safety. Civil rights are human rights. Join Us...