WOMEN’S WAY has put over 23 million dollars to work in the Philadelphia region.

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Over the past 43 years

WOMEN’S WAY has impacted the lives of hundreds of thousands of women and their families through our grantmaking efforts. By seeding, supporting, and leading an array of efforts here in our region, we are working toward ensuring affordable health care access and protecting reproductive rights; empowering leadership; implementing systems change in responding and preventing domestic violence; and achieving equal opportunity and economic security for women and girls everywhere.

 

On behalf of victim survivors of domestic violence I thank WOMEN'S WAY for the $20,000 grant per year for two years to support general operating for rapid response to COVID -19. As the need for our services is increasing, the cost of meeting those needs is increasing as well. Your support will make a significant difference in meeting the critical needs.
Dr. Dolly Wideman-Scott
CEO of Domestic Violence of Chester County
I want to take this time to show my appreciation to WOMEN'S WAY for graciously granting us money to help us continue to prioritize the health and wellness of the women with children we serve and to ensure they truly feel the safest in our care during such an unprecedented time. WOMEN'S WAY gives us the hope, encouragement, and strength to pull through during such hard times and to continue our mission of changing the lives of our residents. THANK YOU!
Rev. Kathleen Jones,
Executive Director, The Potter's House Mission
National Giving Alliance (NGA) is grateful to WOMEN'S WAY for providing us with this grant to support homeless and low-income women and children with gifts of new clothes and toiletries during the Covid-19 crisis. Those we serve are affected by unemployment, reduced work hours, and other challenges. Your generosity allows NGA to help those in need.
Lisa Tordo,
Executive Director of National Giving Alliance.