At Alderton House, women living and working in New York City find a place to reflect on what is important to them, to cultivate personal goals, and to develop deep friendships. Our aim is to help women generate the resilience and good humor needed to address life issues in a meaningful and expert way. What women experience at Alderton has a ripple effect in their workplaces and families.
Alderton House and its activities encourage women to seek balance in their lives, excellence in their work, and to prioritize friendship and service to others. Alderton promotes Christian values in an environment of respect for religious beliefs and opinions, as characterized by the spirituality of Opus Dei, an institution of the Catholic Church.
Over the past 50 years, Alderton House has reached women of all ages with leadership and inspirational programs such as:
Alderton also opens its doors as a venue for "sister" non-profits around the world, whose leaders come to New York seeking professional training and fundraising opportunities, in order to provide their institutions with competent staff and relevant content. Among these are:
Alderton House brings together women from the five boroughs of New York City to better their communities. Several other initiatives for women seek their inspiration and volunteers through Alderton House, including the South Bronx Educational Foundation's Rosedale Achievement Center, Murray Hill Institute, and Highland Study Center.
Alderton House is grateful for the support it has received over the years and looks forward to continuing its programs and partnerships thanks to this support. Alderton House, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) Not-for-Profit Corporation. Contributions to Alderton House, Inc. are tax-deductible. For information on how you can help, please visit www.aldertonhouse.org/give