Winged was built on the idea that business should be used as platform for social good. Please read about some of our incredible partners below who all have the common goal of helping to advance women.
MOSTe is a nonprofit dedicated to ensuring that girls from underserved areas in Los Angeles County have the support they need to reach and graduate from college.
Winged donated $25,000 for the 2020 school year to help these deserving young women actualize their collegiate dreams.
MOSTe’s Executive Director, Amy Ludwig, shared, “MOSTe is excited that Winged has chosen us as their scholarship partner. It’s such a great fit, as we both work to help women discover their boundless capabilities. With Winged’s generous assistance, we’ll be able to provide our graduating seniors with crucial funding to support their success at college.”
Girls For A Change
Girls For A Change (GFAC) is a nonprofit youth development organization aimed at empowering Black girls and other girls of color in Central Virginia to visualize their bright futures and potential through discovery, development, innovation and social change in their communities.
Angela Patton, GFAC's CEO: "Winged has been a great partner with Girls For A Change. Since last year, they have not only donated to support our programs, they've volunteered to teach sessions for our Immersion Lab and Camp Diva Leadership Academy. In addition, this summer they will be leveraging our Girl Ambassador program as a hiring partner. We love their approach to partnerships and love their products!"
DTLA Women’s Center
The Downtown Women’s Center (DWC) is the only organization in Los Angeles focused exclusively on serving and empowering women experiencing homelessness and formerly homeless women.
DWC envisions a Los Angeles with every woman housed and on a path to personal stability. Their mission is to end homelessness for women in greater Los Angeles through housing, wellness, employment, and advocacy.
Winged partnered with DWC in 2020 for COVID aide as the shelter’s resources were strained. DWC estimated based nearly data that homelessness amongst women is up 40%. DWC is also giving out 800 meals a day, double their pre- COVID meals of 400.