Finding Inspiration in Every Turn
Generous donor and community support are empowering WISE to provide vital services to the women in our region, continue our supportive work of local programs and community needs. Your continued support enables us to continue to answer the call for help from our clients of all walks of life.
Thanks to extraordinary support from local foundations and community friends, WISE received a record $XX in new gifts and grants in FY 2020.
The Community Foundation of the Virginias
funded a grant request in the amount of $5,000 to support WISE programs geared towards helping drug-court participants, services and supplies for local domestic violence shelters and halfway houses, and for the establishment of
Care Closets in our local high schools.
The United Way of Southern West Virginia has provided grant funding in the amount of $1000 for the purchase of COVID supplies and Care packages for local shelters and our WISE staff and volunteers. Funding was also earmarked for women's health awareness and support.
The Bluefield Elks Club funded a grant request
in the amount of $5,500 to support the service programs at WISE to promote drug addiction awareness with local students as well as
in our local communities. This funding will also provide funding support for our
our Baskets of Hope program.
The healthcare workers at Princeton Community Hospital held a scrub drive for WISE.
All donations received will be used to help
students and new healthcare workers secure the uniforms they need to study and begin their
work in the healthcare field in our area.