WeWork partners with Housing Works and Looptworks to deliver pillows to N.Y.C.’s homeless

Everyone wants to be able to bring their whole self to work. These five tips will help you support your gender-nonconforming coworkers and friends

Eggs from happy hens, food waste turned into resources, and other ways these organizations are saving the planet

For the second year, WeWork hosted Kode With Klossy in buildings around the U.S.

WeWork’s partnership with a local farm brings a CSA subscription service to the whole community

The historic tip of Manhattan is attracting creative and forward-thinking companies, bringing new residents and a vibrancy it hasn’t seen in years

Community teams in Las Vegas and Dallas provide space to displaced residents

Business leaders, food entrepreneurs, and policymakers converged to answer the question: How does what we eat impact our planet?

Nearly 50 percent of members say WeWork has helped them enter new markets. Here’s how they’re doing it

Going beyond corporate giving isn’t just ‘doing good’—it’s also doing good business

Outwords documents the U.S. LGBTQIA+ movement since World War II through the voices of those on the front lines

Community lead Aviad Kutchuk knows the power of giving students positive attention, relatable role models, and a path to their own successful future

Employees reach out to help in some of the country’s most impoverished areas, with a special focus on children and community support

When WeWork analyst Daniel Baumel is OOO, he’s not at the beach. He’s piloting missions to help those in need

WeWork teams in Peru, Colombia, and Mexico are partnering with NGOs to breathe new life into local soccer fields, and to benefit the children who play on them

Dre Thomas started Smile On Me to provide girls with the tools to understand their bodies, menstruation, and themselves

Alexa von Tobel, author of ‘Financially Forward,’ shares five examples of how blockchain will transform our wallets—and the way we do business

Real estate is an extension of a company’s culture and values. That’s why it’s important to design with diversity in mind