Rebecca Morris – “My mom is a WIF member and before I even unpacked my boxes upon moving to Charlotte she suggested I consider joining WIF. She said it would be a great way for me to meet civically minded women, learn about my community and do some important work.”
School Ready With Art, the recipient of a $76,000 WIF Grant 2015, trains teachers to integrate the arts into core subjects in the preschool curriculum. It is paired with Community School for the Arts’ “Preschool Arts Lab,” which visits classrooms twice a year to lead students in book-related arts activities…
The Bechtler Museum of Modern Art’s “School and Community Outreach” program has used its $54,600 grant from WIF to send artists into the community to provide art classes for public school students, incarcerated youth and adults, individuals with developmental disabilities, and individuals with low-to-no-vision…
The purpose of the Women’s Impact Fund is to maximize women’s leadership in philanthropy by engaging and educating our membership, increasing charitable contributions and strengthening communities through the impact of collective giving.
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As Executive Director of Charlotte’s Reading Partners, she leads a non-profit that helps children become lifelong readers by providing individualized instruction with measurable results. Reading Partners envisions a future where all children will have the reading skills to reach their full potential.