Each year, WPG seeks to assist social service agencies and non-profit organizations in the Greater Houston area that support women and children. Non-Profit organizations are nominated by the membership and selected by the board of directors to receive a $1,000 Grant. The grant is typically awarded to the selected organization at our May luncheon.
2022 Community Service Grant Applications Now Being Accepted
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2022 WPG Community Grant. WPG Members may nominate a qualified 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization to receive a $1,000 grant. Nominees should also have a significant programming component serving women and children. The winning entry will be selected by the WPG board and the grant will be presented at the May membership meeting. You may also nominate one of the Community Spotlight organizations highlighted throughout this year. View the 2021 Community Service Calendar below.
The deadline for submitting grant applications is April 8, by Noon. Applications should be sent to email@example.com.
Download Grant Application at the bottom of this page to submit your nomination.
During our monthly meeting luncheons, members are encouraged to give monetary donations to support a local non-profit/charity or wear certain colors to show their support of causes for women such as Breast Cancer Awareness Month or Women's Heart Health Month and participate in other functions that support causes for women.
View and/or download the 2021-22 Community Service Calendar below.
Who We Are:
Bridge2Greatness, Incorporated is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit foundation designed to provide mentorship and life skill services to deserving adolescent girls.
This foundation provides exposure in the areas that include, but are not limited to: career exploration, educational opportunities, self confidence building, community service, and multicultural awareness.
What We Believe:
The mission of Bridge2Greatness, Incorporated, is to enhance educational development, promote self worth, and raise cultural awareness for at-risk and under-served girls. STEM, and STEAM.
Who We Serve:
Girls of color between the ages of 14 and 18 who reside in the Austin, Dallas, and Houston metro areas. The Foundation provides opportunities for the participants to network with positive mentors and to be personally exposed to successful women of color.
How You Can Help:
Bridge2Greatness, Incorporated, works tirelessly to provide support to at-risk and under resourced girls. In an effort to successfully execute the mission of the foundation, we graciously accept in-kind service and monetary donations which are tax deductible. Additionally, support can be provided by women of color who wish to serve as mentors. Your time, talent, monetary donations, resources and skills are all welcomed to the foundation.
Why this is important?
What Is Going On?
More than 1 in 5 girls (21 percent) ages 14 to 18 reported that they had been kissed or touched without their consent. Black girls are 5.5 times more likely to be suspended than white girls. US News & World Report.
Why are we needed:
Our girls are being identified as developmentally older than their peers and being disciplined as such. It is up to us to mentor and show our girls positive examples of women who look like them so they are empowered to be successful too.
How many have we impacted?
Through our girls and their families we have impacted over 90 young girls lives, multiple households, communities, and schools
"Thank you so much WPG Houston, President Arcy Muñoz, Soror Jamila Lloyd (incoming President) for this community grant award of $1,000 for Bridge2Greatness, Incorporated. I am truly grateful"
Founder and CEO