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Women Working Wonders Fund Awards $20,000 In Grants To Four Nonprofits

Sep 04, 2017 04:09AM ● By Theresa Gilman

Women Working Wonders Fund

(Editor's Note: the following information was provided by The Greater Lowell Community Foundation.)

The Women Working Wonders Fund supports programs that assist girls and women in transition, provide leadership development, and beautify the environment. Founded in 2004 and funded by women, the Women Working Wonders Fund awards grants each year to local nonprofit organizations.

This year, four local nonprofits received grants totaling $20,000. Grant recipients include the YWCA of Lowell Girls Going Green, MitsyKit Adaptive Design, the Strongwater Farm Therapeutic Equestrian Center, and The Center for Hope and Healing Girls Empowerment Group.

To learn more about the Women Working Wonders Fund, including information on grant opportunities and upcoming events, click here.

The Women Working Wonders Fund is one of many examples of donors partnering with the GreaterLowell Community Foundation to better the community.

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