Since 1963, the Women’s Club of Newburgh has made contributions totaling over $750,000 to local non-profits and the community.
The grant application will be available from September 2019 and must be submitted for consideration by January 15, 2020 for all applications.
The sponsoring Women’s Club of Newburgh member’s signature must be included on the application. Before applying please review all the steps necessary including the Cover Letter; Position Statements; Instructions; Application 2019-2020; Follow-up Report.
All grants awarded in May 2020 require a representative from the non-profit organization receiving the grant to be present in order to receive the grant funds.
If you have further questions after reviewing each section above, please contact the 2nd Vice President of the Women’s Club of Newburgh and Grant Review Committee Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grant Recipients for 2019 were:
$1,500 – The Generation On Club is a Castle North MS Club promoting literacy for children birth to 5 yrs by providing one book per month to each child mailed to their home. Currently serving 425 children. $25 provides for one child for one year.
$4,250 – Encountering Hope Ministries serving aging, children and women by providing food, clothing and baby needs.
$4,249.19 – Newburgh Area Food Pantry. A volunteer driven community program developed over the past 15-20 years including a Meat Program (supplying at least 1-lb ground beef), Fresh Dairy/Egg program and a Children’s Corner with diapers, formula and school supplies.
$750 – Newburgh Museum. The Museum will acquire men’s clothing to complement future exhibits.
$1,000 – Pillow Pals, Inc. Purchase fabric and thread for pillowcases for hospitalized children.
$1,712 – Sharon Elementary. Funds will be used for the first piece in a musical playground installation to create a space outside where all children will feel included and comfortable.
$1,500 – Touch, Inc. Help 8 cancer patients with $250 assistance for non-medical expenses while undergoing and recovering from treatment.
$2,500 – United Methodist Youth Home. Funds will be used to provide new comforters, pillows, bed bug covers, bed frames and mattresses for the girl’s home of 9 young women.