AFP 2020 PHILANTHROPIC ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR



OUR MISSION:

We are 100 women who believe in the power of collective giving to positively impact our community by working towards a clean environment, a thriving arts community, widely available education and equitably distributed health care.


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 have a collective impact in the community.  

Learn more About us.

We award grants each year to nonprofits in four rotating areas of giving: arts and culture, education, health and wellness, and the environment. Applicants are rewarded for collaborative and innovative projects. Last year we gave $60,000 to five nonprofits in the environment. 

View our past Grant Recipients


Membership in WIN is an opportunity to connect with other women, learn about philanthropy and our community’s needs, and work together to make a collective impact. 

WHY JOIN WIN?

In the past ten years, we have awarded over $380,000 to more than 20 exemplary organizations and projects in New Hanover County. 

Read more about our Grounded Giving Statement


2021 Arts & Culture Panel Discussion-THANK YOU FOR JOINING US!


Arts&Culture Panel Video



Next Bookclub Weds, April 14th from 4-6pm via zoom. 

We'll be reading "The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America's Great Migration" (2010) by Isabel Wilkerson, winner of National Book Award Critics Circle.

This work tells the story of the Great Migration (1915-1970) through the lives of three unique individuals: Ida Mae Gladney, who in 1937 left sharecropping in Mississippi for Chicago and eventually cast her vote for Barack Obama for Illinois Senate; George Starling, who fled Florida for Harlem in 1945, where he endangered his job fighting for civil rights; and Robert Foster, who left Louisiana in 1953 to pursue a glitteringly successful medical career and become  personal physician to Ray Charles.

Check out this review from The New York Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2010/09/05/books/review/Oshinsky-t.html?smid=url-share

This book continues our learning and discussions on the role of race in our country and community.  Join us.  Email Lynneherndon2@gmail.com for the Zoom link.




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WIN of New Hanover County

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Wilmington, NC 28406

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