Foundation / Corporation
Aurora Women and Girls Foundation
Grants to Connecticut nonprofit organizations and educational, research, and governmental institutions for programs that benefit girls and women in eligible regions. Applicants must submit a letter of intent prior to submitting a full application. Funding is intended to increase the number of female college graduates. Collaborative programs are encouraged. Grant proposals must be for programs that aim to increase the college completion rate of women and girls in Greater Hartford.
Eligible organizations are those running programs serving women and girls in Greater Hartford by providing critical academic support and other services designed to enable a greater number of women to complete their college education and fulfill their graduation requirements. The Foundation’s Aurora Report reveals that completing college is critical to a woman’s economic stability and wellbeing. For many women in Greater Hartford, reaching graduation requires academic and social supports that meet their distinct needs. By developing, funding and delivering strategic solutions for local women in college, there can be a substantial individual, family and community impact.
Criteria for Funding:
GrantWatch ID#: 152836
The Foundation expects to fund 4-6 programs.
Please submit a Letter of Intent to the attention of Jennifer Steadman, at email@example.com.
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