WOMEN are proud to have distributed $53,580 in 2018 to the following charities, the Jefferson Award, and monthly charities. 

GRANT RECIPIENTS

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2018 GRANT RECIPIENTS


ACHIEVA - Advocate’s travel to meet at homes to determine what services children with disabilities have

Advisory Board on Autism and Related Disorders - Facilitate support group meetings.

Anchorpoint Counseling Ministries - Support and empower single mothers and their children who are underprivileged and in need of mental health and educational services

Assemble - Materials, teachers, equipment for STEM afterschool program outreach and planning

Auberle - Facility for troubled children and families to heal, for extra-curricular activities

Bentworth Blessings - Expand Bentworth School District hygiene and emergency needs program

Blessings from Above - Serve community by giving blankets and coats to those in need

Christ the Redeemer Diaper Pantry - Help with hygiene supplies and diapers for families with babies

Dress for Success Pittsburgh - Empower women to exit poverty, providing essentials - underwear, socks, haircut etc. for interviews

East End Cooperative Ministries - Purchase equipment for workforce training program, Sew Forward, to enter the labor market

Family House - Provide 3 homes for 100 nights for families of cancer or transplant patients, offsetting rates for those who can't pay

Family Promise of Southwestern PA - Transportation to jobs, appointments and interviews

Genesis of Pittsburgh - Pregnancy support, infant CPR training for new instructor, gas cards

South Park Meals on Wheels - Purchase compartment trays, Ziploc bags and other supplies for meals

Jameson's Army - Provide 5 meals and opportunity for hospitalized child to socialize with other children

Jubilee Association - Provide subsidized preschool daycare and education, enabling single moms and families to maintain everyday expenses

Lemoyne Community Center - Purchase supplies to serve and deliver food for afterschool homework program and summer camp

Lending Hearts - Provide Free Lunch and learn nutrition programs at Children's Hospital Pediatric Oncology department facilitating emotional and social support

Little Sisters of the Poor- Provide over the bed tables for elderly poor in nursing home

Meals on Wheels of Peters Township - Help cover cost of meals for clients who can't afford $5/day fee

New Century Careers - Provide low-income high school students entry- level machinist training

Oakland Planning and Development Corporation - Support pilot program for driver education for low-income women to obtain work

Pennsylvania Elks Major Projects - Provide free in-home support for women with disabilities

Prime Time Adult Care - Give financial assistance to clients with functional impairments and/or Alzheimer's disease and dementia

Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh - Provide funds to support Low-income seniors with house repairs for safety and health

Samaritan Counseling, Guidance, Consulting - Subsidize psychological counseling for woman of which many are single moms, abused, unemployed, depressed or anxious

Sister's Place - Support Staff training, afterschool educational and recreational activities and summer camp

Sojourner House - Support for addicts and to set up recovery housing program

South Hills Interfaith Ministries - Help prepare the children of immigrants and refugees for kindergarten

The Children's Home - Purchase breast milk for milk bank for medically fragile infants

The Intersection - Help fund photo ids for jobs, rental grants and utility bills for homeless or low-income

The Salvation Army - Support summer learning program in reading, math and science for disadvantaged youth 

The Still Remembered Project - Help fund multiple still birth events, gifts for moms, craft days, photos, and activities for people grieving loss of child

Village of FPC - Install outdoor shed to protect playground toys and strollers for children of low-income mothers obtaining college education

Ward Home - Fund program for at-risk foster teenage moms to clean, store their belongings, and to be inspired in their living spaces

Washington City Mission - Help fund Avis Arbor Women and Children's Shelter refurbishing

Watchful Shepherd USA - Fund Equipment, monitoring and training

Women's Center and Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh - Provide counseling and advocacy for moms and children