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.
Jay County Youth Shelter
Getting the kids involved, the members of Woman’s Life Chapter 721 Pennville, Indiana held a cut and tie blanket making session. By using a Volunteer Service Project Grant from Woman’s Life Insurance Society to purchase materials, a total of 16 blankets were delivered to the Jay County Youth Shelter. The junior members always like to help with this simple and heart-warming project. How do you teach children about the importance of giving back?
Feed The Streets
A beautiful partnership… For more than a year, Woman’s Life Chapter 813 Columbus, Ohio members have supported Feed the Streets, an organization that serves the homeless population on Columbus’ west side. One of their favorite projects is utilizing a Volunteer Service Project Grant from Woman’s Life Insurance Society, to purchase the soup ingredients and blanket materials to distribute hot soup and cozy blankets on cold days to local homeless people. Rain or shine, this chapter is always committed to making a difference!
The members of Woman’s Life Chapter 897 Lansing, MI look forward to gathering every month. In November, members donated 50 blankets for the Davis Project, a nonprofit organization providing very ill children and their families rides to medical appointments and hospital stays, to help comfort them. Members used a volunteer service project grant to purchase the fleece materials to make handmade blankets and provide an extra source of comfort during difficult times for the children and their families. Great job Chapter 897!