A nonprofit organization

$122,676 raised by 203 donors

100% complete

$100,000 Goal


WiNGS works with an average of 1,800 clients a year, 93 percent of whom are women of color and 79 percent of whom earn less than $38,000 a year.


Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP). WiNGS’ Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) is a national, evidence-based, community health program wherein registered nurses provide in-home medical, nutritional, and social-emotional support to first-time moms and their children from pregnancy through the child’s second birthday - ensuring both mom and baby get the resources they need.

Through the Economic Advancement (EA) program, clients are able to create a path to financial stability, which has demonstrable success in reducing debt, increasing savings, improving credit and growing income through career advancement. WiNGS helps clients grow their fiscal capacity to ensure lifelong financial success. EA services are a blend of cohort learning and 1:1 coaching focused on personal finance, careers and financial wellness. Trained coaches help provide targeted education for each client to set financial goals and serve as accountability partners


Your investment will help us deliver our programs to women in at risk communities.

  • $25 – Provides a new mother with 5 books for her baby’s early development 
  • $50 – Provides a new mother with a 20-day supply of diapers
  • $100 – Provides 2 financial coaching sessions
  • $250 – Provides 1 home -visit to a first-time mom with a registered nurse
  • $500 - Provides essential baby care packages for 5 first-time moms and their babies
  • $1,000 – Helps keep crucial services going through general operating fund- from the event card
  • $2,500 – Covers transportation costs for 6 registered nurses to visit first-time moms they serve
  • $5,000 – Provides career training and coaching for 10 women


Our mission is to empower women, fight poverty and impact generations.

We know when you invest in a woman, she lifts up herself, her family and her community. Beginning as the YWCA in 1908, WiNGS is constantly evolving to meet women's changing needs.

WiNGS broadens a woman's sense of what's possible, targeting financial stability and independence to empower women to take control of their life. WiNGS provides free and vital services to women in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, including some of the most vulnerable populations - communities of color, women with limited English proficiency, single-income households, women at risk of intimate partner violence and financial insecurity.

WiNGS' key differentiation is in one-on-one, personalized support we offer each of our members. Our incredible team of coaches, mentors, and nurse home visitors walk alongside nearly 2,000 members to chart an actionable path toward financial and personal resiliency, serving as an accountability partner along the way.

The resources that WiNGS provides are designed to meet a woman where she is. Regardless of the circumstances that bring a woman to WiNGS, she gains confidence with a brighter future for herself and her family. And, WiNGS is not a one-and-done service - even after WiNGS members have gained control of their finances, they are encouraged to take advantage of additional classes and continuing education resources WiNGS can provide.

Equity Statement

At WiNGS, diversity, equity, and inclusion are at the core of who we are. Our commitment to these values is unwavering – across all of our work and how we serve. They are central to our mission and to our impact. We know that having varied perspectives helps generate better ideas to achieve our mission, “Empower women. Fight poverty. Impact generations.”

The leadership at WiNGS, board of directors and staff, have adopted this vision and are committed to the following actions:

Diversifying board members

Diversifying senior staff, when and where applicable

Staff training to raise awareness, celebrate our differences and practice including diverse perspectives in our daily work.

Organization Data


Organization name


other names

Women in Need of Generous Support

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Economic/Financial Security/Poverty, Health Care, Social Services

Operating Budget

$3,000,000 - $9,999,999

Counties Served

Dallas, Denton, Rockwall, Collin, Kaufman, Ellis, Tarrant

BIPOC Serving

Other, Native American, Hispanic or Latinx, Asian/Pacific Islander, Black or African American

BIPOC Leadership



4201 Spring Valley Rd. Suite 1400
Dallas, TX 75244


(214) 584-2315

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