Foundation / Corporation
Women’s Fund of Greater Green Bay, a fund of the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation
07/10/15 Close of business
Grants to Wisconsin nonprofits, agencies, schools and religious institutions in Brown, Kewaunee and Oconto Counties for creative proposals that support leadership and self esteem initiatives for women and girls. Priority is given to programs uniquely designed or specifically geared to women or girls, or for their particular challenges or situations.
- Grants will be made for programs that support and expand opportunities for women and/or girls that help them to be healthy, to be safe, to learn, to achieve, to compete, to realize their dreams, and to be successful in their lives.
- Grants will be made for programs that clearly fill an articulated need, gap, or opportunity for women or girls in the community.
- In addition, grant reviewers will look for organizations that consult and collaborate with other agencies to enhance existing programs and augment opportunities.
- Programs that encourage and develop self-esteem and leadership for women and girls.
- Imaginative, results-oriented projects. These may be on-going, expansions, or modifications of existing programs.
- Sustainable programs
- Programs resulting in measurable, positive change in the community
- Projects that demonstrate women and girls served are involved in planning and implementation of the projects and programs.
GrantWatch ID#: 153180
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
(920) 432 - 0800
Greater Green Bay Community Foundation
310 W. Walnut Street, Suite 350
Green Bay, WI 54303
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