The Women's Fund 2019 Grant Cycle is OPEN!                 June 2019

The Women's Fund of Winston-Salem is now accepting
grant proposals for its 2019 grant cycle.

The Fund’s grant program seeks to ensure that all women and girls in Forsyth County have equal opportunities, skills and resources to be independent, self-sufficient, and contributing members of the community. This grant program will provide organizations of all sizes with grants of up to $15,000.

Our grantmaking focus addresses poverty and economic security, and requests proposals within the following four focus areas:

  • Financial stability
  • Jobs/career development
  • Education
  • Family impact

The Fund will give priority to applications that address concentrated poverty and poverty in African-American and Hispanic/Latino communities. Pilot projects or programs that explore innovative approaches to dealing with these issues are also welcome.

To view the 2019 grant guidelines and application, please click the 
Apply Now button below.

There's still time to submit applications, apply online today!

All applications are due by
June 28th, 2019 at 5:00 pm (no exceptions).
Honor the Women Who Inspire You!
Honor the women in your life who inspire you by making a tribute gift today! With a gift of $50 or more, your honoree and you will be listed in the program for the 2019 annual luncheon. A special letter from The Women's Fund will also be sent to your honoree to let them know of your special gift.

All tribute gifts provide direct support for our mission - to provide economic security for women and girls in Forsyth County.
The 14th Annual Women's Fund Luncheon Celebration -
Victory in Unity
When:  Wednesday, November 13
Time:  12:00 noon -1:30 pm 
Where:  Benton Convention Center

The Winston-Salem Foundation is currently seeking applications for a Grants Processor and Administrative Assistant to join our team.  Review the job description   and   apply online   with a cover letter and resume by Wednesday, June 19.

– The Women's Philanthropy Institute does the first landscape study of women's foundations and funders in a decade and finds that they have a strong positive impact on funding for women and girls ( Women's Foundations and Funds: A Landscape Study ) .

– Celebrate   Triad Cultural Arts JUNETEENTH Festival ;  a time to reflect and celebrate the roles and contributions that Black Americans have made to enrich our society!

–  Meeting space  is available for local nonprofits at the Burress Family Center for Philanthropy.

– Learn more about The Winston-Salem Foundation’s   focus areas   for Community Grantmaking.