Chapter Support Programs – Volunteer Service Project Grant
The Society will provide seed money to help chapters perform hands-on, visible service in their communities. A grant will be provided to help cover the cost of materials and/or supplies needed to carry out a volunteer service project initiated and organized by the Woman’s Life chapter subject to:
- Grants must be applied for and approved before project starts.
- Grants will be paid upon approval.
- Chapters can apply for grants up to $500 per project, with a maximum of $5,000 per year per chapter for the total of all matching funds and volunteer service project grants.
- Chapters can do multiple projects for a recipient but grants are based on costs for specific projects/work effort.
- Minimum of 5 chapter members must work on the project.
Power of Volunteering
Volunteering spreads hope! Members of Woman’s Life Chapter 805 Indianapolis, Indiana decorated and served at Outreach Inc’s 17th annual graduation celebration! Outreach Inc focuses on equipping and empowering homeless teens and young adults to achieve stability and life transformation. The celebration took place with 44 graduates at the top of the city, on the 47th floor of the Sales Force Tower. Would you believe that the power of volunteering is so influential you could spread hope and foster dreams in the next generation?
Port of Hope
All hands on deck! Sally, Kay, Dawn, Mary and Cathy, members of Woman’s Life Chapter 920 Marysville, Michigan decided to volunteer their time with a tasty service project. This group made and packed lunches for homeless people at Port of Hope shelter in Port Huron. Members remarked that the individuals at the shelter are always very grateful and it’s quite the rewarding experience!
Spero Pregnancy Care Center
For a service project, Woman’s Life Review One Port Huron, Michigan members collected wish list items for Spero, a local pregnancy care center. The most needed item was diapers in all sizes. The chapter also collected over $200 in monetary donations to support the vital work of the center. What service projects can you do to get involved in and support your community?