Grantee Updates

Ebony Vision Awarded $5,000 Grant

The Fond du Lac Area Women’s Fund is happy to be spreading holiday cheer in the form of grant dollars to Strategic Grant partners. This morning we met with Ebony Vision to deliver the first $5,000 installment of a three-year partnership that supports its Ladies of Distinction program. The mentorship model addresses systemic issues related to racial justice, gender equity, access to mental health, and opportunities in educational systems.

Happy to be spreading holiday cheer in the form of grant dollars to Strategic Grant partners.
Shown (from left): Ebony Vision Founder and Board Chair Daisy Frazier, Board member Rufus Frazier and Executive Director Rodney Bourrage, Sr. with FDLA Women’s Fund Executive Director Maria Turner.

It will be an integrated approach for “adolescent girls aged 12-17 and adult women who have been historically underserved and hesitant to utilize or trust medical institutions and educational systems.”

Thank you to Ebony Vision for its work in the community, as well as our donors for making grants like this possible. If you haven’t yet given to our match challenge, we still need help: www.fdlwomensfund.com/donate

Posted on December 21, 2022

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