Five years ago, Rainbow Village established its Women’s Giving Circle to provide opportunities to promote the concept of giving time, talent and treasure for women who have a passion for philanthropy and volunteerism.
Two years ago, the Women’s Giving Circle developed its “Be the Change” Microgrants Initiative to provide aid to members of the Duluth-based nonprofit’s Aspire Rental and Thrive Alumni programs. In the last two years, the group has raised and awarded $16,800 to help current residents and alumni overcome obstacles in achieving their goals.
In early December, the Women’s Giving Circle hosted its third annual holiday party and distributed a series of small grants to recipients totaling $23,650, its largest grand total to date.
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