Women Inspiring Philanthropy (Arlington, TX ) presented NEW DAY with a $50,000 grant to feed hungry children.
“This is an extraordinary and generous commitment by Women Inspiring Philanthropy that will enable New Day to expand its important programs that provide supplemental food to students in the Arlington ISD and summer programs,” said Michael McCoy, NEW DAY vice president. Read more
Greenville Women Giving (Greenville, SC) awards $540,000 in grants at Virtual Annual Meeting!
Read the story for the details and watch the 12-minute video to see how their sponsor, Brand In Motion, created a professional virtual experience during COVID.
Woods River Women’s Foundation, Sun Valley, ID got press on quickly switching to general operating funds during COVID.
The Idaho Mountain Express reported that the grant the Sober House just received from WRWF for a capital project can be repurposed for general operations (as with all the 2020 grants).
Women’s Giving Circle of Howard County. Buffy Beaudoin-Schwartz, ED of WGC of HoCo, presented her affiliates’ nimble COVID response in their community, including setting up the local COVID response along with other community partners.
They also were able to distribute more funds through a long-held feature of their circle. Here’s some of their press: