Over $276,000 has been granted for 2016.
$224,100 in Pooled Grants + $51,900 in Member Designated Gifts
The WRWF inspires and educates women to become leaders in philanthropy and brings significant, positive change to the community by pooling and distributing its members’ resources.
to our members of WRWF for supporting pooled giving in order to create
positive social change in our community.
We are now accepting grant applications for the pooled fund grant award cycle! Last day to get your application in is Monday, November 14, 2016.
(Please click on our Grants tab to learn more about the grants process and timeline.)
Wood River Women’s Foundation 2016 Grant Recipients
The Wood River Women’s Foundation conducts its pooled grant fund process once each year beginning in the fall. We consider applications from nonprofit organizations in Blaine County.
* Funding for endowments and projects outside Blaine County will not be considered.
We look forward to working with you on this process. For more information, please contact us at- email@example.com
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The Wood River Women’s Foundation
Invites you to
Our Holiday Social
(Wine & Hors D’oeuvres)
Monday, December 19, 2016
10 River Sage Court, East Fork
at the home of Penny Weiss
(shuttle available from the East Fork
cell phone parking lot due to limited parking)
Guests and Friends Welcome
Click link below to view WRWF calendar of events.
2016 ‘A year in the life of the WRWF’
The Wood River Women’s Foundation engages women in the power of collective giving. We are a membership organization with almost 300 women who, each year, make a commitment to the people of Blaine County. Together we direct and pool our talents and our funds in support of local nonprofit organizations, helping them to seek effective solutions to persistent problems and community challenges.
Through informed grant-making, our members expand their knowledge of the non-profits and the needs within our valley. We invest in the Wood River Valley by strengthening the social, economic, and cultural fabric of our community through philanthropy.
Our Mission: The WRWF inspires and educates women to become leaders in philanthropy and bring significant, positive change to the community by pooling and distributing its members’ resources.
Message from the President
Here’s to another 11 years of giving in the valley. We are so proud of the impact we have made in the lives of our local families in so many ways. And it’s all because of you, our members of WRWF! Thank you for continuing your support of the WRWF by investing in our community.