Women in Philanthropy releases funds to programs that help women and children in our community through a competitive process. These programs are monitored for progress and long-term success.
Women in Philanthropy is currently accepting RFPS for grants through the Central Carolina Community Foundation. Please click here to learn how to apply.
Grants Through United Way of the Midlands
Trinity Housing Corporation - $10,000
Grant to support a program for 15 homeless teens to provide academic support and teach life skills
The Salvation Army - $20,000
Grant to support a literacy program committed to giving children who have fallen behind in school a chance to be successful
Mental Illness Recovery Center - $20,000
Grant to provide secure and stable housing for individuals recovering from mental illness and/or co-occuring substance use disorders
Free Medical Clinic - $50,000
Grant to support a program that will aid in providing healthcare services to 250 uninsured, low-income residents
Grants Through Central Carolina Community Foundation
Christ Central Ministries - $7,000
Grant to provide food, clothing, shelter, transportation, education job training and religious mentoring to displaced women or women with children
The Nurturing Center - $4,000
Grant to provide transportation for the Teen Parenting Program that serves teen mothers and fathers
Orangeburg County Library - $1,000
Grant to provide summer reading programs designed to encourage reading, promote literacy and support the entire family through educational and entertaining programs and activities
Palmetto Place Children's Shelter - $7,000
Grant for a counseling program for abused and neglected children to help them cope, teach them healthy ways to react to stress, learn about healthy relationships and learn to trust adults and ask for what they need
Rolling Readers of the Midlands - $2,000
Grant to be used for books to engage 150 or more middle and high school students in Richland and Lexington Counties as "Reading Role Models"
Alliance for Women - $4,000
Southeastern Institute for Women in Politics - $2,500