100+WWC Participates in Matching-Grant Program

100+ Women Who Care of Door County (100+WWC), which has raised more than $270,000 during the past four years, has been invited to participate in a matching-grant program of the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation (RMSFF), which offers the potential to raise an additional $20,000 to support area nonprofit organizations. 

In 2022, the RMSFF grant may match the 100+WWC’s quarterly main award with a 50% match up to $5,000. To qualify, the recipient organization must meet the RMSFF’s funding priorities by focusing on human and social services, education, health or medicine. The 100+WWC’s 2022 first-quarter main-award recipient, the Sue Baldwin Fund, has already been approved for the additional $5,000 grant on top of the 100+WWC’s $11,600 award.

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