2007 Grantee Partners


In 2007, The Women’s Fund of Winston-Salem awarded seven grants totaling $144,022.

ABC of NC Child Development Center was awarded $21,008 over 2 years to launch a new program for single mothers of autistic children, Help Me at Home: Positive Techniques for Parents of Children with Autism.
Cancer Services, Inc. was awarded $20,000 over one year to support their medication assistance program to enable Forsyth County women to receive free or low cancer medications.
Community Care Center of Forsyth County, Inc. was awarded $20,000 over one year to support their Mammography Program, which provides mammograms and other breast screening to low-income, uninsured women.
Family Services, Inc. was awarded $25,000 over 2 years to implement a the Strengthening Families Program for Parents and Youth, a proven family skills training program that serves girls ages 10-14 and their parents.
Forsyth Jail and Prison Ministries was awarded $10,000 over six months to support a new Families-in-Touch program that helps female inmates and the wives and daughters of male inmates improve family relationships and bonding to help break the cycle of intergenerational crime and incarceration.
Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools was awarded $18,014 over one year to fund a bilingual community outreach worker to provide services and resources to Latina teen mothers to help them stay in school.
YWCA of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County was awarded $30,000 over one year to conduct planning for the Women$Finances program, a self sufficiency program that seeks to move women out of poverty by providing training, technical assistance and access to capital so that women can start and grow successful businesses.
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