The 100+ Women Who Care (100+WWC) of Door County giving circle awarded grants to three local nonprofits in April, for a total of $25,500. During its four years, the giving circle has grown to 360 givers and has awarded more than $295,500 to 38 nonprofit organizations.
Unity Hospice received the 100+WWC main gift of approximately $12,500, plus the opportunity to apply for a matching grant of $5,000 from the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation. Friends of Ephraim-Gibraltar Airport and the Public Arts Initiative of Egg Harbor will each receive approximately $6,250.
The nonprofits to be considered for the next quarterly award are Open Door Pride, DC Partnership for Children & Families, and the Sister Bay Historical Society. The 100+WWC members who nominated these nonprofits will present information about them and answer questions during the next gathering, set for July 18.
To join this exciting group of local women who make a big local impact, visit 100wwcDoorCounty.org.