DonATE 

Donate $100+ and you'll receive a custom hand-printed W.O.W Project tote bag! 

The W.O.W Project is fiscally sponsored by China Residencies, a non-profit that is passionate about creating opportunities for artists to bring a broader cultural understanding in their work and communities. Read more about The W.O.W Project and China Residencies partnership here

You can also donate by mailing or dropping off a check at the shop on 26 Mott St. Please write your check out to: 

China Residencies
c/o Wing on Wo & Co. 

26 Mott St. New York, NY 10013

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NOTE: All donations made to The W.O.W Project are tax deductible.


Photo cred: Kira Simon-Kennedy // A Volunteer helps live stream our second W.O.W Conversation on the influx of art galleries in the neighborhood.

 

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Public Programs Volunteer

Our public programs are made possible due hugely impart to our amazing volunteer community who helps with all of the behind the scenes!  

If you're interested in being a part of the collaborative planning process for W.O.W Project programs, e-mail Mei with a letter of interest & a copy of your CV. She will be in touch about current program volunteer opportunities.

 

 

Photo credit: Kira Simon-Kennedy

 

Project-based Internship Opportunities 

*NOTE: We are now accepting applications for summer internships. 

The W.O.W Project Internship

Are you passionate about community development work? Looking to be part of a grassroots effort to empower community members to take on an active role in shaping the future of a rapidly changing neighborhood?

The W.O.W Project is looking for enthusiastic high school and university students to help expand its programs. Interns will have the opportunity to lead a project of their interest from inception to implementation with guidance and mentorship from Mei Lum, The W.O.W Project's founder & director. Projects range from program management, community outreach, and business development; each varies by quarter and is dependent on program schedule. To apply e-mail Mei with a letter of interest & a copy of your CV. 

 

BILINGUAL TRANSLATORS

The W.O.W Project is looking for up to 4 bilingual translators to support with translating W.O.W’s program materials and past panel discussions from English to Chinese.

If you or someone you know is interested in helping W.O.W reach a wider audience in Chinatown and beyond in our work, please e-mail us at: wingonwo26mott@gmail.com.