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Women’s Fund Awards Grants

Elyria, OH-November 10, 2020

The Women’s Fund, an Affiliate Fund of the Community Foundation, announced that it awarded $20,800 in grants during a virtual Philanthropy Panel featuring philanthropic leaders released on Monday, November 2.

Ten grants were awarded that give support for women and children in Lorain County, especially in these unprecedented times.

“By supporting these organizations, the Women’s Fund ensures women and children in Lorain County have pathways to grow and reach their full potential,” said Brenda Norton, President of the Women’s Fund. “Through our grant program, we are actively working to change inequities in funding and ensuring those pathways are accessible and remain open now and forever.”

Women’s Fund Grant Recipients for 2020: 

Organization 

Program or Project 

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lorain County 

Virtual Youth Leadership Mentoring Series 

Boys and Girls Clubs of Northeast Ohio 

Club Smart Learning Centers 

Camp !magine 

Vocational Training 

Camp Ideas 

Summer Camp 2021 

Cleveland Play House 

CARE Residency for Lorain City Schools 

Lorain County Free Clinic 

Women’s Health 

Lorain County Safe Harbor Genesis House 

General Operating Support 

Neighborhood Alliance 

Child Enrichment Services Copay Assistance 

Second Harvest Food Bank 

Pre-teen Hygiene Kit 

Youth Challenge 

Adapted Programs for Children with Physical Disabilities 

The Philanthropy Panel discussed the “ripple effect” nonprofit organizations have on our community. The panel showcased powerful female leadership from our nonprofit sector including Cynthia Andrews, CEO of the Community Foundation of Lorain County, Cecelia Render, CEO of Nordson Corporation Foundation, and Deborah Thomas, CEO of Philanthropy Ohio, as they shared their successes, motivations, and experiences during this unprecedented time. The discussion was led by Brittany Lovett, Communications Officer for the Community Foundation. To view the panel discussion, please visit peoplewhocare.org.

 

The Women’s Fund was established as a permanent endowment to expand chances and choices for Lorain County women and children through financial and funding equity for projects that may not receive monies from traditional sources of funding. It supports social, educational, and artistic projects by, for, and delivered to women and children to encourage the full participation of women and children in the community. Since its inception in 1991, the Women’s Fund has invested over $200K in community grants for women and children in Lorain County.

 

To watch the Philanthropy Panel or to donate to the Women’s Fund please visit peoplewhocare.org or call 440.984.7390

 

 

 
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