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When a woman comes to us and says, "I'd love to go back to school, but don't know how I'd manage the transportation, child care, or books," we can now say, "You are in luck. The Women's Giving Circle has made a way."

Project ALIVE – Housing Authority, City of Frederick – Ann Ryan, Coordinator

The Women’s Giving Circle of Frederick County is a powerful example of how much more can be accomplished when individuals bring their resources together in support of a shared cause.

Frederick Rescue Mission – Tommy Skaggs, Director of Development

Our Women's Giving Circle grant has allowed us to make the Gale House more welcoming, thus encouraging our women in their commitment towards recovery.

Gale House – Marte Birnbaum, Executive Director

The funding you provided enable women struggling to get back into housing or to keep their homes and avoid becoming homeless. God bless your work as you encourage others to become Good Samaritans.

The Religious Coalition for Emergency Human Needs – Rev. Brian Scott, Executive Director

The Women's Giving Circle grant has served a critical need with our female customers. Our clients and Second Chances Garage thank the WGC from the bottom of our hearts!

Second Chance Garage -Rick Trawick, Executive Director

The Women’s Giving Circle helps disadvantaged women overcome obstacles on their journeys to self-sufficiency and self-worth. Every homeless woman who acquires permanent housing and a steady income makes Frederick a better place to live.

Advocates for Homeless Families -Ken Allread, Executive Director

We are extremely appreciative of the grant funding awarded by the Women’s Giving Circle of Frederick County. The funds are used to pay a portion of the salary of a Family Nurse Practitioner that provides primary health care to lower-income women and children.

Frederick Community Action Agency -Mike Spurrier, Director

Women's Giving Circle's vital support helps women in public housing advance their careers through internships, mentorships, and education. Thank you for being such an important part of RISE!

RISE Ann Ryan, Project ALIVE Coordinator

With the grants we have received from Frederick Women's Giving Circle we are able to offer the gift of education and independence. This influences the lives of the children who have an incarcerated loved one. Thanks to the Frederick Women's Giving Circle, we can change lives, one caregiver at a time.

Children of Incarcerated Parents Partnership -Shari Scher, President & Founder

The Women’s Giving Circle has allowed MHA to coach parents and help them move from can’t to can, hopeless to hopeful, unable to enabled. Your support of mothers and children helps make stronger families possible, and makes Frederick a better community.

Mental Health Association Shannon Aleshire, CEO

Mission of Mercy is honored to receive critical financial support from the Women’s Giving Circle. These funds make it possible for us to continue providing healthcare and life-saving prescription medications to Frederick County women who suffer from chronic illnesses such as diabetes, depression and heart disease. Together we save lives!

Mission of Mercy Jennifer Charlton, Executive Director

Thanks to support from the Women's Giving Circle, we are training new volunteer tutors and providing educational materials for more women who are learning to read or speak English. Literacy programs for women have a major impact on the family and our community by helping them to earn a living wage so they can afford food, shelter, clothing and medical care, as well as help their children be successful in school.

Literacy Council of Frederick County Laurie Fisher, Executive Director

The generous funding from the Women’s Giving Circle allows Heartly House to provide medical accompaniment and advocacy to victims of sexual assault. Without that support, victims of this brutal crime would have to undergo the intrusive forensic examination without the support of an advocate.

Heartly House, Inc. Inga James, President and Executive Director

As a result of your grant, Mentees gain access to a wide variety of successful women in our community; they have the opportunity to learn about real life topics both with and from mentors and presenters. WGC is an amazing example of the power of a community of women!

Woman to Woman Mentoring Tonya Hatosy-Stier, Program Coordinator

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