AFP 2020 PHILANTHROPIC ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR



OUR MISSION:

We are women who believe in the power of collective giving to IMPACT the quality of life in our community.

WHO WE ARE
WHAT WE DO
WHY JOIN
OUR IMPACT

We are an inclusive, volunteer run, women’s collective giving organization. Ten years ago, our founders established WIN to engage women in philanthropy and to collectively IMPACT the community while we celebrate and enjoy each other.

Learn more About us.

We award grants each year to nonprofits in one of four Areas of Giving. Applications are rewarded for innovative and collaborative projects. We talk about our values and we decide together where to put our talent, our time and our treasure.

View our past Grant Recipients


Impact and accelerate rate of change in our community by helping award grants.

Learn about the needs of Arts & Culture, Education & Lifelong Learning, Health & Wellness, and Environment & Sustainability nonprofits in New Hanover County.

Connect with women committed to making a difference through philanthropy.

WHY JOIN WIN?

During our first decade, we have awarded $427,000 to 27 nonprofits.  In 2021, we distributed $50,000 to 4 nonprofits in Arts & Culture.  In 2022, we will focus on Education & Lifelong Learning.

Read more about our Grounded Giving Statement

THE REMEMBRANCE PROJECT

If you were unable to join Cynthia Brown & Laura Ginther's presentation on Wednesday, September 1st, you'll want to watch the video!  It was a very powerful and thought provoking presentation!

The Remembrance Project

1898 Memorial Park

BOOK CLUB:  September 29th, 4-5:30pm via Zoom

The Night Watchman, by Louise Erdrich


Louise Erdrich, whose many books address her Native American heritage, just came out with a new book, The Night Watchman.  It interweaves two basic narratives, one of a night watchman, who is also chair of his tribe's Advisory Council, trying to prevent the US Government from closing their reservation and stealing their land in the 1950s, and the other of a young girl trying to find her lost sister.  The same themes of poverty, violence, and alcoholism run rife through the book.  



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WIN of New Hanover County

P.O. Box 4414

Wilmington, NC 28406

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