2016

2016 Nonprofit Grants Awarded

Corning Community Food Pantry Steuben $500

Essential Need Bags for Girls & Women
To provide essential need items to girls and women who come to our pantry on a routine basis such as shampoo, body soap, pads, toothbrush, tooth paste, deodorant, nutritional snack and instructions regarding nutrition and hygiene.

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Steuben County Steuben $500

Southern Tier Financial Conference: Financial Education for Women by Women
This one-day conference was established because there is a need to empower and educate women in our area about financial matters. Statistically women are a powerful financial force! Many women serve as chief financial officers of their households and we want to make sure these women are prepared for this position. Professional women serving as speakers, address a broad array of financial issues, such as budgeting, credit, investing, retirement, social security and identity theft.

The Institute for Human Services Ch/Sch/St/Yates $500

The Empowerment Project
Girls on the Run (Southern Tier) is a program of IHS/Inspire that since 2012 has widened the doors of possibility for hundreds of girls across Steuben, Chemung, Schuyler, Allegany, and Yates counties. GOTR wants to offer a viewing of The Empowerment Project: Ordinary Women Doing Extraordinary Things, a documentary by and about women that asks, “What would you do if you weren’t afraid to fail?” Funds will secure screening rights for the film, and agency funds will rent the Palace Theater in Corning for a showing directed to GOTR girls, a family member, and women leaders in the community.

Family Service Society, Inc. Steuben $600

Developing Health, Strong, Confident and Safe Young Women
This project will provide 5 self-defense/kickboxing classes to the girls and young women who regularly drop in at the Laura Richardson Houghton Corning Youth Center. The classes will teach the girls how to become strong and fit; how to believe in themselves and become confident, self-assured young women; and how to keep themselves safe and defend themselves in dangerous situations. We expect to reach at least 20 girls with this pilot project.

Catholic Charities – Steuben Steuben $350

Girls Group Steuben
Girls Group is an after school program for middle and high school girls who may be struggling with making friends, confidence, or engaging in high risk behavior. We strive to enhance their lives through enrichment programs. Our programs are designed to prepare young woman how to be successful and love themselves for who they are.

Corning Community College Chemung/Steuben $2,000

Full STEAHM Ahead!
The “Full STEAHM Ahead!” summer workshop is a two day program to introduce local middle school girls to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) with the addition of the fine arts and health fields. Middle school is often the time at which all students, but especially girls, choose between the arts and the sciences.

Community Career Development Council Ch/Sch/St $1,000

LIFE: Powered by YOU
The “Life: Powered by YOU” program focuses on empowerment and self-esteem workshops for at-risk middle school girls (grades 7, 8, and 9). Each workshop is designed to build confidence, character and communication skills as the girls interact with area professionals. Girls are selected and invited to attend by school staff and/or CDC staff.

Tanglewood Nature Center & Museum Chemung $1,100

Meg Lowman Treetops Camp 10th Year!
The Meg Lowman Treetops Camp is a summer science camp that has been held at Tanglewood for 10 years. It is named after Elmira native and world-renowned forest canopy researcher, Meg Lowman. Our target audience is primarily at-risk girls aged 9-12 who have shown their teachers or other adult mentors an interest in science.

Chemung County Habitat for Humanity Chemung $800

Women’s Carpentry Workshop
The Women’s Carpentry Workshop is an educational program designed to provide and empower low-income women in Chemung County with access to an all-women developed & led carpentry and construction skills workshop. This two-day educational workshop will take place at the most recent Habitat for Humanity construction site in Chemung County and will include guidance from two instructors from the Hammerstone School of Carpentry for Women who will lead participants through a basic skills course in the folk art of carpentry.

The Painted Post Food Pantry Steuben $1,500

Not By Bread Alone
For the past four years “Not by Bread Alone” has been a highlight of a visit to the pantry for thousands of women. These very basic non-food items cannot be purchased with food stamps, and so are desperately needed. It’s hard to visit a pantry, and the thoughtful items on the shelf help our visitors feel more comfortable.

Catholic Charities of Steuben Steuben $1,000

Bridges Out of Poverty
The focus of “Steuben County Bridges Out of Poverty Coalition” is to get our community working together to create conditions that empower people to move out of poverty. Drawing upon a national model – based on scientific research methodology and practice, “Bridges” brings people from different backgrounds/ perspectives together.

Southside Community Center Chemung $850

Girls Eye View
Southside Community Center students in grade three and up will work with a local photographer to learn basic digital photography skills, choose a focus issue to present Elmira to the community from a girls-eye view, take, edit, and mount photographs, and present them to the community at a public reception.

The Living Well Yates $1,000

What’s Going On? I’m Gonna Be A Mom!
This is a six week program for pregnant women ages 16-30 who are considered to be “at-risk”. The program will educate women in the areas of prenatal care, coping with stress, and family and life style changes. Each mom will be paired with an experienced mom who will be in class during the one hour sessions. These relationships will be based on mutual respect and understanding

Horseheads Family Resource Center Chemung $1,500

Parent-Child Mother Goose Program
The Parent-Child Mother Goose Program is a community based parenting class unique to our area, but well established and researched in Canada. Over the course of six to ten sessions offered free of charge, mothers are given tools and resources for parenting their children, while also forming a support system among the facilitators and other mothers participating.

Arts Center of Yates County Yates $1,500

The Art of Coping Better
The Art of Coping Better is an art therapy program targeted at women in Yates County and surrounding areas who have experienced domestic violence or sexual abuse. The program aims to use art in a therapeutic context to build esteem and coping skills and perhaps develop some artistic talent that might be useful on the job or in creating marketable work for some women.

Safe Harbors of the Finger Lakes Yates $1,300

Girl’s Circle/Women’s Circle Support Groups
Safe Harbors of the Finger Lakes proposes providing Girl’s Circle and Women’s Circle Support Groups to women and girls in Yates County. These groups are research and best practice evidence-based programs for women and girls. The curricula are focused on empowerment, self-awareness, positive self-image, healthy relationships and respect.

2016 Individual Grants Awarded

23 Individual Grants totaling $11,500

Bridgett Barrett – Schuyler
Dana Barry – Steuben
Mara Bennett – Steuben
Angela Button – Steuben
Jessica Chapman – Yates
Leah Dennison – Steuben
Riley Gonta – Steuben
Amanda Greatsinger – Chemung
Jenifer Hopkins – Steuben
Ashley Kennedy – Steuben
Tamijah Lawton-Stone – Schuyler
Karen Luong – Yates
Clara Miller – Steuben
Kristin Mitcham – Chemung
Davida Moss – Chemung
Ashley Palmer – Schuyler
Alexis Rudesil – Steuben
Breanna Rudesil – Steuben
Hannah Scott – Steuben
Natasha Snyder – Steuben
Bryana Snyder – Chemung
Cheyenne Stansfield – Schuyler
Caroleen Vaughn – Chemung

2015

2015 Fund for Women Nonprofit Grants: 13 Grants Totaling $17,275

Arts Center of Yates County: $2,200 – to help fund a program called Art Therapy – a safe harbor aimed at women who have experienced domestic violence. Working with Safe Harbors of the Finger Lakes, the Arts Center will provide an accredited art therapist to work with victims of domestic violence using art to help reconcile emotional conflicts and build self-esteem. This pilot program will test the desire for such a program as well as its effectiveness in supporting the emotional and spiritual healing and well-being of participants and increasing an awareness of and appreciation for the arts by participants.

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Rochester dba Catholic Charities of Steuben: $1,500 – to support its program, Steuben Bridges Out of Poverty, whose focus is to get our whole community working together to create conditions that empower people to move out of poverty.

Following a national model- based on scientific research, methodology, and practice, “Bridges brings people from different backgrounds together to build relationships that link people in poverty to resources that strengthen / empower them,” among other things.

Community Career Development Council: $1,000 – to help fund the program LIFE: Powered by YOU, centered around empowerment and self-esteem workshops for at risk middle school girls (grades 7,8, 9), focusing on building confidence, character and communication skills as they interact with area professionals. Keynote speakers focus on young women not limiting their possibilities and being their own best selves and advocates. Breakout sessions provide resources and tools in effective communication, wellness, financial responsibility and self-reliance. Lunch activities reinforce these themes.

Economic Opportunity Program Inc.: $2,000 – to support its Small Business Incubator project which will consist of business creation and retention, encouraging women entrepreneurs, identifying potential business opportunities derived from favorite hobbies, abilities, or extracurricular activities. The project will be a means of meeting a variety of economic and socioeconomic needs. The project will include job creation while fostering the entrepreneurial spirit of women.

Faith in Action Steuben County: $1,300 – to assist their volunteer caregiving program, Maintaining Elderly Independence, designed to help the elderly continue living independently by providing assistance with transportation, light housekeeping, companionship, grocery shopping and many other non-hands-on services, at no cost for the recipients. 76% of those served are women, most of whom live alone. The caring volunteers are often referred to as their “lifeliine” or their “angels” by the grateful recipients.

Family Service Society, Inc.:$1,000 – Domestic Violence Intervention Project. This project will expand counseling services to additional women who are survivors of domestic violence in the greater Corning area but who are unable to pay for counseling services. With support from the Fund for Women, they will provide 40 one-hour counseling sessions free of charge to 5-8 local women who are in need of counseling and therapy services related to domestic violence.

Glove House: $500 – in support of their Get Fit! Program, which aims to improve the overall health and wellness of the girls served in a fun and exciting way. It will involve youth in a female owned gym in their community, Fit Chicks. Fit Chicks offers classes to include, Hip Hop Dancing, Barre, Cardio, Yoga, Piloxing, as well as self-esteem building programs to female clients.

My Place: $750 – for Empowering Mom. This grant will allow My Place to offer local community moms a gathering place to get together, socialize, be inspired and develop skills they need to enhance their parenting and roles as women. The goal is for moms to come together every six weeks at My Place to learn from and with each other. Moms will take turns being guest speakers for the evening. They can speak from their experiences in life, demonstrate a skill or craft, or share their expertise from their professional field. Ideally, it is an opportunity for the community of mothers at My Place to get to know each other and build support from their relationships. Childcare will be provided to current My Place clients. Food will be provided for all.

Safe Harbors of the Finger Lakes, Inc.: $1,500 – for their Girl’s Circle/Women’s Circle Support Groups. These groups are research- and best-practice evidence based programs for women and girls. The curriculums are focused on empowerment, self-awareness, positive self-image, healthy relationships and respect. The groups are 8-10 weeks long and will be provided in the school, and community setting. They believe that if they are able to reach more women and girls with this program, they will be able to help reduce the risk that these women and girls will experience violence in their lives.

Southside Community Center: $1,025 – for a program to provide ten, weekly STEM activities for all interested girls, grades 4-8. These classes will encourage them to try new things while introducing them to alternative interests and career choices, which they may not otherwise have considered. The girls will gain skills, especially those not taught in school and those that may have been traditionally assigned to boys and men, all the while being surrounded by positive female mentors. Three field trips will also be incorporated into the program.

Tanglewood Nature Center & Museum: $1,500 – to support the Meg Lowman Treetops Camp, a summer science camp that has been held at Tanglewood for 8 years. It is named after Elmira native and well-known forest canopy researcher, Meg Lowman. Our target audience is primarily at-risk girls aged 9-12, who have shown an interest in science. The grant will help to provide tuition, food, supplies and transportation (if needed) for the week. We wrap-up the week with real tree climbing (equipment and all) and a visit from Meg Lowman, and Tedd Arnold!

The Painted Post Food Pantry, Inc.: $2,000 – “Not By Bread Alone.” This grant allows the food pantry to provide items which cannot be purchased with food stamps or through the funding the food pantry receives for the purchase of food such as laundry soap, sanitary supplies, hair care products and perhaps some makeup. These products desperately needed and appreciated.

YWCA Elmira & the Twin Tiers: $1,000 – YWCA Women’s Breast Health Program – Healing & Beyond. This program addresses the needs of women recovering from breast cancer, which go beyond physical healing and include classes involving healing that helps the mind and soul. They propose an expanded series of 4 to 6 programs that include: Reiki, yoga, meditation, reflexology, massage and group restorative healing energy. Many of these techniques relieve stress and anxiety, offer relaxation, clear the mind, and offer peer support, as well as increase lymphatic circulation.

2015 Fund for Women Individual Grant Recipients: 26 Grants Totaling $12,250

Laurie Abreu is receiving an education grant. She currently holds an LPN and is working toward her RN.

Kristi Brown is receiving an education grant to help her continue her education in nursing at GST BOCES.

Caitlin Burns is receiving an education grant. She is studying Biology at Corning Community College.

Sarah Chorney is receiving an education grant. She is enrolled at Elmira Business Institute studying to become a Certified Medical Assistant.

Kate Coller is receiving a health grant to help cover the costs of integrative therapy.

Megan Daigle is receiving an education grant. She is enrolled at LeMoyne College studying Business Analytics and Marketing.

Jamie Fredo is receiving an education grant. She is pursuing an MSW at Keuka College and hopes to work in a correctional facility.

Stephanie Gleason is receiving an education grant. She wants to become a medical transcriptionist.

Kera Groves is receiving an education grant. She attends Elmira Business Institute where she is studying accounting.

Sarah Hable is receiving an education grant. She is pursuing her education in nursing at GST BOCES.

Carissa Hamilton is receiving an education grant. She is studying nursing at Corning Community College.

Chameil Haney is receiving an education grant. She is a licensed massage therapist and wants to grow her business by expanding her skills in Thai massage.

Minnie Hathaway is receiving an education grant. She is studying technology with a medical concentration at Elmira Business Institute.

Jenifer Hopkins is receiving an education grant to study midwifery.

Karrie Neurauter is receiving an education grant. She plans to attend a 4-year school pursuing a degree in Electrical Engineering.

Kayla Rounds is receiving an education grant. She hopes to be the first woman in her family to receive a bachelor’s degree. She is studying Human Services at Empire State College.

Raevyn Saunders is receiving an education grant. She plans to study both business and equine science.

Hailie Searles is receiving an education grant. She plans to study health/medicine at Tompkins Cortland Community College.

Gail Smith is receiving an education grant. She is studying nursing at GST BOCES.

Chantel Snyder is receiving an education grant to help her continue her education in nursing at GST BOCES.

Brittany Thompson is receiving an education grant. She is studying nursing at GST BOCES.

Veronica Tuazon is receiving an education grant. She plans to attend a 4-year school studying geology.

Caroleen Vaughan is receiving an education grant. She is an artist taking classes to deepen and expand the arts and crafts media she creates. She shares her artistic talents through a variety of collaborations in our community.

Elizabeth Waite is receiving an education grant. She is studying social work at Keuka College.

Sara Wead is receiving an education grant, which will go toward her tuition for a photography class and some equipment.

Megan Winebarger is receiving an education grant. She is on her way to CCC to pursue a CNA along the way to reaching her goal of studying criminal justice.

2014

2014 Fund for Women Grant Award Recipients, OrganizationsIMG_2230
TOTAL = $13,150

Career Development Council – Life:  Powered by YOU – $1,300
Catholic Charities – Bridges Out of Poverty – $2,000
Family Service Society – Domestic Violence Intervention – $1,000
Finger Lakes Community Health – Girls Club – $1,150
Food Bank of the Southern Tier – Elmira Women’s Leadership – $2,000
Health Ministry of the Southern Tier – Lab Costs and Interim Medications – $2,000
Painted Post Food Pantry – Not By Bread Alone – $2,000
Steuben Council on Addictions – Girls’ Group – $700
Tanglewood Nature Center & Museum – Meg Lowman Treetops Camp – $1,500*
YWCA of Elmira & the Twin Tiers – Women’s Breast Health – $1,500

*Inaugural winner of the annual Rachel C. Wood Legacy Award, given in honor of Rachel Wood’s legacy as one of the original architects of the local Fund for Women, her civic leadership, and her lifelong dedication to science education.  Watch

2014 Fund for Women Grant Award Recipients, IndividualsIMG_2226
TOTAL = $10,000 (20 Grants at $500 each)

Megan Bullock
Hannah Bush
Megan Daigle
Jessica Ellis
Gail Ewanyk
Jami Fredo
Megan Greatsinger
Jenifer Hopkins
Samantha Johnson
Autumn Rose Lester
Carol A. Marshall
Davida Moss
Natasha Patel
Brittany Riddick
Cheyenne Seymour
Ivy Ann Spas
Caroleen Vaughan
Summer Warner
Vera Lynn Wilson
Tina Wood

 

2013

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Non-Profit Organizations

Nonprofit organizations receiving grants must have focused their programs/projects on supporting the education and/or health of girls and women in our region.

In 2013, $15,010 was awarded to 13 non-profit organizations.

  • Career Development Council, LIFE:  Powered by YOU – $1500
  • Catholic Charities – Steuben County, Bridges Out of Poverty -$2000
  • Compeer, Dance Program – $500
  • Elmira Youth Hockey, Shoot Like a Girl – $500
  • Faith in Action, Faith in Action – $1000
  • Fingerlakes Community Health, Girls Club – $1050
  • Health Ministry of the Southern Tier, Lab Costs and Interim Medications – $2000
  • Institute for Human Services, Girls on the Run of the Southern Tier and Adolescent Health and Wellness Conference – $1000
  • Keuka Housing Council, Emergency/Short Term Housing – $950
  • Painted Post Food Pantry, Not by Bread Alone – $1500
  • Tanglewood Nature Center & Museum, Meg Lowman Treetops Camp – $1510
  • YWCA of Elmira & the Twin Tiers, Women’s Breast Health Program – $1500

Individuals

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Individuals may request up to $500 for a grant to be used for educational purposes.

In 2013, $9,500 was awarded to 19 individuals.

  • Mariah Ashley
  • Brooke Bennett
  • Mara  Brisbos
  • Jessica Ellis
  • Michelle Jones
  • Angela Keough
  • Autumn Rose Lester
  • Carol Magee
  • Ariana Manikas
  • Alicia Patterson
  • Jennifer Patterson
  • Tara Lynn Pepper
  • Jayne Pomplas
  • Keva Potts
  • Emily Sadler
  • Cheyenne Seymore
  • Elaine Taylor
  • Summer Warner
  • Vera Lynn Wilson

Patricia Murphy Young Memorial Fund for Community Nursing – Individuals

This fund was created by FFW founder in memory of Patricia Murphy Young, R.N., and is a component fund under the Fund for Women.  Recipients of the award must work, volunteer or be continuing their education in the field of nursing.

In 2013, $6,000 was awarded through this fund.
In 2012, $7,750 was awarded through this fund.

2012

Non-Profit Organizations

Nonprofit organizations receiving grants must have focused their programs/projects on supporting the education and/or health of girls and women in our region.

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In 2012, $12,900 was awarded to 11 organizations.

  • Career Development Council, LIFE: Powered by YOU – $1,000
  • Catholic Charities of Schuyler County, Step Out and Stop the Violence – $600
  • Faith In Action, Faith in Action – $1,500
  • Finger Lakes Community Health, Girls Club – $700
  • Southern Tier Hospice & Palliative Care, Lost But Not Forgotten Grief Program – $500
  • Health Ministry of the Southern Tier, Lab Costs & Interim Medications – $2,000
  • Nonnie Hood Parent and Family Resource Center, Wellness Outreach – $1,500
  • Painted Post Food Pantry , Not by Bread Alone – $1,500
  • Southside Community Center , Martial Arts/Self Defense Classes for Girls – $900
  • Tanglewood Nature Center & Museum, Meg Lowman Treetops Camp – $1,200
  • YWCA of Elmira & the Twin Tiers, Women’s Breast Health Program – $1,500

Individuals

Individuals may request up to $500 for a grant to be used for educational purposes.

2012 Individual Awards

In 2012, $14,500 was awarded to 29 individuals.

  • Audrey Arnold
  • Cindy Atwell
  • Deborah Baker
  • Kimberly Brown
  • Alia Burlew
  • Amy Cole
  • Stacia Contreras
  • Kelly Doud
  • Kimberly Elks
  • Jessica Ellis
  • Diana Ferguson
  • Jenna Marie Gimbar
  • Mary Kay Hubbard
  • Samantha Jewell
  • Angela Keough
  • Emily Kinney
  • Autumn Rose Lester
  • Jennifer McKeown
  • Theresa McKinley
  • Debra Miller-Rhodes
  • McKenna Murray
  • Theresa Pollack
  • Jayne Pomplas
  • Toni Ruocco
  • Emily Sadler
  • Angela Salerno
  • Jill Smith
  • Danielle Teed
  • Elyse Zenker

Patricia Murphy Young Memorial Fund for Community Nursing – Individuals

This fund was created by FFW Founder in memory of Patricia Murphy Young, R.N., and is a FFW component fund. Recipients of the award must work, volunteer or be continuing their education in the field of nursing.

In 2012, $1,750 was awarded through this fund.

  • Jill Booth –  Health Ministry of the Southern Tier
  • Mary Kay Bower –  Health Ministry of the Southern Tier
  • Debra Hill – Pathways, Inc.
  • Danietta Jamison – Planned Parenthood of the Southern Finger Lakes
  • Sharon Martinez-Shepard –  Health Ministry of the Southern Tier
  • Maryann Mineo – Health Ministry of the Southern Tier
  • Mary Susan Skelly – Health Ministry of the Southern Tier

2011

Non-Profit Organizations

Nonprofit organizations receiving grants must have focused their programs/projects on supporting the education and/or health of girls and women in our region.

In 2011, $5,850 was awarded to six organizations.

  • Career Development Council, LIFE: Powered by YOU! – $1,500
  • Catholic Charities of Chemung/Schuyler Counties, First Step Victim Services – Women’s Support Group – $700
  • Family Service Society – Corning Area Youth Center, Developing Healthy Lifestyles in Young Women – $700
  • Southern Tier Hospice & Palliative Care, Lost But Not Forgotten Grief Program – $500
  • YWCA of Elmira & the Twin Tiers, Women’s Wellness Event – Fight for Your Health – $950
  • Health Ministry of the Southern Tier, Lab Costs & Interim Medications for Women’s Healthcare – $1,500

Individuals

Individuals may request up to $500 for a grant to be used for educational purposes.

In 2011, $7,750 was awarded to 16 individuals.

  • Carey Andrews
  • Audrey Arnold
  • Cindy Atwell
  • Hannah Dennison
  • Jessica Ellis
  • Kayla Emo
  • Marissa Haight
  • Jennifer Mary Hayes
  • Samantha Hughey
  • Nilofer Hussain
  • MacKenzie Kriel
  • Autumn Rose Lester
  • Jessica Pollack
  • Jayne Pomplas
  • Maria Scuteri
  • Elizabth Van Duyne

Patricia Murphy Young Memorial Fund for Community Nursing – Individuals

This fund was created by FFW Founder in memory of Penelope Young Gregg in memory of her devoted mother Patricia Murphy Young, R.N., and is a component fund under the FFW. Recipients of the award must work, volunteer or be continuing their education in the field of nursing.

In 2011, $5,000 was awarded through this fund.

  • Mary Ambrose
  • Bernadette Busch
  • Pamela Manktelow
  • Maryann Mineo
  • Patricia Terry
  • Health Ministry of the Southern Tier
  • Kathy Tong

2010

Non-Profit Organizations

Nonprofits receiving grants must have focused their programs/projects on supporting the education of girls and women in our region.

In 2010, $3,300 was awarded to three organizations.

  • Career Development Council, Inc., LIFE: Powered by YOU – $1,500
  • Economic Opportunity Program, Teen Success – $1,300
  • Family Service Society/Corning Area Youth Center, College & Career Preparation for Young Women – $500

 

Individuals
These grants of $500 each were made possible by a FFW founder in memory of Phoebe Flynn Gawthrop, three additional founders who supported wish list requests, and the Corning Professional Women’s Forum as well as the FFW endowment.

In 2010, $11,500 was awarded to 23 individuals.

  • Lauren Andrews
  • Cindy Atwell
  • Nikki Cayne
  • Christine Champion
  • Mary Rose Coble
  • Kayla Cronin
  • Erica Flanagan
  • Marissa Haight
  • Heather Henchen
  • Ellen Hibbard
  • Jennifer McKeown
  • Carissa Miller
  • Ingrid Rae Nelson
  • Michelle Neu
  • Jayne Eleanor Pompas
  • Jamie Post
  • April Slater
  • Kassandra Schlott
  • Monica Setzer
  • Jessie Smith
  • Alexis Stanton
  • Rabina Usher
  • Whitney Brooks Van Houten

Patricia Murphy Young Memorial Fund for Community Nursing – Individuals
This fund was created by FFW founder in memory of Patricia Murphy Young, R.N., and is a component fund under the Fund for Women.  Recipients of the award must work, volunteer or be continuing their education in the field of nursing.

In 2010, $4,500 was awarded through this fund.

  • Nikki Gould
  • Evella Deneau Harrell
  • Nilofer Hussain
  • Stephanie Manning
  • Sharon Martinez
  • Stephanie McEnroe
  • Suzi McKendrick
  • Shomari Perry
  • Merry Sheets