We are Creating an Awareness of the
Needs of Women and Children in the CSRA.
The Women in Philanthropy of the CSRA award grants to fund programs and projects that have the potential for high impact, resulting in significant positive change in the lives of women and/or children.
Our Grantees for 2022
Apparo Academy is a non-profit, faith-based, specialized early intervention and education program designed to teach children ages 13 months to 6 years of age in an inclusive and integrated setting.
We are a community health center. And Jesus is our model.
By caring for anyone who comes to us, we share His love through healing the body, mind and soul. In all we do, our hope is that every encounter with Christ Community is guided by love, bound in prayer, and done to the glory of God. To learn more about this philosophy, learn more.
WE FOLLOW CHRIST’S COMMAND TO FILL THE GAP BETWEEN PLENTY AND NEED BY PRACTICING HOSPITALITY WITH COMPASSION SO ALL CAN GROW TOWARD WHOLENESS OF SPIRIT AND BODY
Located on the Riverwalk in historic downtown Augusta, the Morris Museum of Art, the oldest museum in the country that is specifically devoted to the art and artists of the American South, is noted for its multifaceted permanent collection of 5,000 works of art and a rich variety of continually changing special exhibitions and public programs. The Morris is dedicated to the continued interpretation of the culture of the South in all its forms.
ReStart Augusta furnishes the foundation for a good start on the day and a healthy life by providing a new or gently used bed and bedding for children, families, and veterans in the Augusta area. The delivery of these beds brings a smile to the faces of children and adults alike, and is one step on the road to conducting a normal, self-sufficient life. With a bed comes a sense of comfort, rest, and peace, and at ReStart Augusta we work with local volunteers and donors to build up our community and the lives of people who live in it. Find out how you can help.
Respecting the dignity of each person, St. Vincent de Paul Georgia brings hope and help to those in need so they may find stability and move toward self-sufficiency.
CFNB is a Christian non-profit serving children and adolescents with special needs (behavioral, educational, emotional, intellectual, physical), as well as their families and care givers in the rural counties surrounding Augusta, Ga. It is our mission to offer healing and hope to families in need through the provision of resources, services, and support to meet the challenges they are facing.
The Mosaic Center helps build lives and break destructive cycles of those living in crisis or chronically difficult and chaotic situations by offering individualized and customized training and support in the areas of adult education and employment, special-needs children, and addiction and recovery.
Westminster seeks to glorify God by providing an excellent education that equips students to live extraordinary lives for Jesus Christ.
Todays’ “Senior Citizens” are redefining that term. Retirement is an option, aging is a state of mind, and becoming old is something that happens when you stop going, growing, learning, and following your dreams! The Senior Citizens Council, which was founded on March 6, 1968, is a chartered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization devoted to today’s seniors who are more active and involved than ever before, whatever their age! In fact, these are the seniors that are shaping the future of The Senior Citizens Council and our community by participating in the various programs and services we offer.
About the Women in Philanthropy in the CSRA
Women in Philanthropy is a charitable organization of over 200 women in the Central Savannah River Area of Georgia and South Carolina who are committed to a philanthropic effort focused on the unique needs of women and children within the local communities.
Each year, grants are awarded to non-profit programs and projects that have the potential for high impact, resulting in significant positive change in the lives of women and children in Aiken, Burke, Columbia, Edgefield, McDuffie or Richmond Counties.
As members of WIP, we all recognize that there are tremendous needs in our communities. However, through our work, we have been collectively struck by the enormity of those needs. Of the many requests received in the 2019-20 cycle, Women in Philanthropy awarded $160,475 to fourteen area non-profit organizations.
While we strive to continue this increase annually, the more women who realize the significant work of WIP, the greater our impact will be.
If you’re not already a member, please consider joining us in our effort to better the lives of women, families, and our communities throughout the CSRA. You can also learn more about past grant recipients here.
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Michelle Ansley is Chief Operating Officer of Workforce Capital Staffing serving Richmond, Columbia, McDuffie, Wilkes and Washington counties. Michelle has been a member of WIP since 2018 and currently serves at Chair of Membership which is the perfect position for meeting new members and reconnecting with philanthropic ladies of the CSRA.