The Women’s Work Miracle Foundation, a permanent endowment fund of the Greater Lowell Community Foundation, is soliciting for proposals for this year’s grant cycle, which opened on May 13, 2021.
WWWF announced earlier this year that it had increased its grants, awarding five grants in the amount of $10,000 each for
plans and projects that influence the lives of women and girls while promoting the mission of the organization.
WWWF provides annual grants in three key areas, including assisting women in transition, providing leadership development, and contributing to beautifying the environment. Read the Entire Article
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