The WIN Board will announce the size of the 2022 Education & Lifelong Learning grant pool!
The Education and Lifelong Circle will host our Panel on Tuesday, February 1st from 5:30 - 7:00 pm at the New Hanover County Arboretum. Listen to local thought leaders discuss some of the compelling issues in education today, identifying some promising concepts, and even some emerging solutions. The panel members participate in education at various levels and from a variety of perspectives. This is one of our broadest Areas of Giving and presents some very unique challenges.
Sabrina Hill-Black (DC Virgo), Yasmin Tompkinson (Cape Fear Literacy Council), Tracey Newkirk (Genesis Block), Susan Harrell (Hill School), Nick Rhodes (100 Black Men), Laura Szech (UNNCW/DC Virgo), Amanda Boomershine (UNCW/Latino Alliance)
The panel will be moderated by Rachel Keith, a reporter and host for All Things Considered at WHQR.
Registration is required and masks are recommended.
Note: If you would like to bring a guest, please email Maureen Vasquez and provide your guest(s) name(s), phone number, email address and mailing address.
This is the monthly meeting of the WIN Board.
If you would like to attend or have a topic you would like us to discuss, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Grants Chair will notify all nonprofits of their status in the 2022 grants process. For those nonprofits moving forward, WIN's online application will become available on this date.
Let's Celebrate WIN! We'll look back over the past 10+ years to reminisce and rejoice our continued IMPACT in New Hanover County and the women who made it possible!
Applications and budgets are due by noon.
The 2022 Grants Committee will be interviewing the short list of grant finalists. Members will have the opportunity to submit questions, in advance of the meeting, and will be able to listen to the interviews.
The 2022 Grants Committee will put forth their recommendations. Members will vote to determine the 2022 grant recipients.
Member voting for the 2022 WIN grant recipients closes today.
Join us for lunch as we celebrate the 2022 Education & Lifelong Learning grant recipients. We'll get an update from the 2021 grant winners and we'll announce and celebrate WIN's 2021 grant winners.
Details to come at a later date.
A WIN summer event will be scheduled for sometime in July. More details to follow.
With philanthropy evolving rapidly in New Hanover County, what is WIN's unique role?
WIN’s board is responsible for the overall strategic direction of WIN, including:
Board members serve 2 year terms, which are structured so that approximately 1/3 of the Board turns over every year. The current Board has 9 members, a number that is set by the Board. In addition, the Board may appoint members as needed.
Membership will be sent an email with a link to a poll containing the slate of Board members for the 2023 WIN Board.
Join us for some holiday cheer and friendship as we celebrate the holiday season.