WIN is a diverse group of women who aim to harness the power of our collective giving, to make an impact in New Hanover County
2020 GRANT CYCLE LAUNCHES!
The Women's Impact Network (WIN) of New Hanover County is pleased to announce its 2020 grant giving cycle is NOW OPEN.
Every year, WIN makes several grants to non-profits in New Hanover County for project focused on a specific Area of Giving. This year's focus is on ENVIRONMENT and non-profits with projects that will have strong, beneficial environmental impact in New Hanover County are encouraged to apply.
Please see the WIN Grant Process page for more details, including eligibility requirements.
Deadline for submission of Letters of Interests is March 6, 2020.
THE 2020 ENVIRONMENT PANEL
A full house of WIN members and guests joined Captain Doug Springer and a great panel of nonprofit professionals, community advocates, and scientific and engineering professional to help us understand the interrelated environmental issues that impact New Hanover County.
I hope that each of you kicked off the New Year with optimism for a fabulous 2020!
Certainly WIN is off and running as we turn our sights squarely towards the Environment and our 2020 Grant cycle.
Phinancially Savvy Philanthropy
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Details to come!
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Our next book is:
Drawdown, by Paul Hawken
“Drawdown...is an adventure...that has the potential to engage every person on the planet with at least one solution to climate change, whether it is educating girls, improved rice cultivation, creating walkable cities, eating a plant-rich diet, household recycling, or any of the other solutions.”
UPCOMING BOARD MEETING DATES
The WIN Board generally meet at the Northeast branch of the WIlmington Public Library, with a hiatus in July. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm.
A Critical Handshake
Grants Committees and the Philanthropy Team -- working together for Impact
Over the last several months, the WIN membership has been invited to participate in looking at what we mean by "impact" and how to maximize the impact that WIN can have. Through the WIN circles, discussions at the AGM and individual conversations, every WIN member has had the opportunity to contribute to the conversation. The results of these conversations will shape how WIN approaches philanthropy going forward. Read this great conversation between Maureen Vasquez (Grants) and Isabella Hinds (Philanthropy) here!
IN THE COMMUNITY
Check out what WIN has been up to recently by following the latest articles and posts by local publications and news outlets. See recent articles posted by Wilmington magazine...READ ARTICLES
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