$28,000 Awarded During April Giving Circle

During the April 24 gathering of the 100+ Women Who Care of Door County (100+WWC) giving circle, the Boys & Girls Club of Door County received the primary award of $14,000 and the opportunity to apply for a $5,000 grant from the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation. The two other nonprofits considered for this quarter were the Friends of Gibraltar and The Clearing Folk School, which each received $7,000.

(From left) Ann Glessner, 100+WWC; Terri Esposito, 100+WWC presenter and advocate for the Boys & Girls Club of Door County; Lisa Kogan-Praska, CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Bay & Lakes Region; Chelsea Dahms, director of programs and operations for the Boys & Girls Club of Door County; and Ann Morgan, 100+WWC co-founder and president. Submitted.

The nonprofits being considered for the next quarter are the Newport Wilderness Society, Peninsula Symphonic Band and Open Door Bird Sanctuary. Learn more and join this group at

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