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GREEN BAY, Wis. – The Greater Green Bay Community Foundation announces new and re-elected board appointments, elected officers, board members, a new Founding Member and re-election appointments to the Founding Members.
The Community Foundation added six new board members to three-year terms, renewed two board members, added a new Founding Member, and re-elected five Founding Members.
GREEN BAY, Wis. – The Women’s Fund of Greater Green Bay, a fund of the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation, has awarded eight grants, totaling more than $51,000, in partnership with other Community Foundation donors to local non-profit programs. The grants will support women ages 16 and older to grow their self-esteem and leadership capabilities so that they have what they need to succeed in life, help raise their families, and be contributing leaders in their families, workplaces, and communities.
GREEN BAY, Wis. – The Ashwaubenon Education Foundation, a Field of Interest Fund of the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation, has awarded grants to several educational programs in the Ashwaubenon Public School District. The Ashwaubenon Education Foundation supports the development and continuation of innovative opportunities to enhance Ashwaubenon Public School student experiences in order to develop them as model community and world citizens. Field of Interest Funds, such as the Ashwaubenon Education Foundation, are established to support particular interest areas, specific program initiatives, and causes or geographic areas.
If you are a donor and someone who wants to help others in Brown County, the Philanthropists’ Almanac is a resource available at no cost to you online. The Greater Green Bay Community Foundation has published the 2013-2014 Philanthropist’s Almanac, a handy reference guide for those interested in the charitable activities of our community.