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Donate to WFPF

Help the WFPF save films made by women. Your tax-deductible donation will make a difference. Choose from one of WFPF's support levels or choose a specific film title in need of additional funds and contribute and amount.

Archivist ($5,000)
Two tickets to NYWIFT's Muse Awards; preservation credit in the preserved work; all benefits listed below.

Associate Archivist ($1,000)
Listing in the NYWIFT Muse Awards journal; all benefits listed below.

Filmmakers Ally ($500)
Two tickets to a special Women's Film Preservation Fund Screening; all benefits listed below.

Donor ($250)
Listing on the Women's Film Preservation Fund web page under “Donor” category and a "Thank you for your support" on social media platforms.

Friend of Film Preservation ($100)
Listing on the Women's Film Preservation Fund web page under ”Friend of Film Preservation” category and a "Thank you for your support" on social media platforms.

Film Lover on a Budget (Whatever your can give: $)
Thank you for your support! A grateful “Thank you” in our season newsletter and thank you in a Facebook post.


SEVEN WOMEN SEVEN SINS (1986) Directed by Maxi Cohen, Ulrike Ottinger, Helke Sander, Bette Gordon, Chantal Akerman, Valie Export, Laurence Gavron

METROLINER (1974) Directed by Victoria Hochberg

Contributors will receive tickets to Screenings of WFPF Preserved Films and events and acknowledgement of their gifts on the WFPF web page.

To make a contribution above $5,000, please contact the fund directly at wfpf@nywift.org to schedule a call.


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Or mail a check to:
New York Women in Film & Television
WFPF
6 East 39th Street, Suite 1200
New York, NY 10016


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NYWIFT programs, screenings and events are supported, in part, by grants from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts