WISH DOCUMENTARY

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1. A.

1.1. Created to educate, engage and empower women to achieve their philanthropic goals.

1.2. Created in 2014 with 105 founding members from that year. x$500 each = $52,500 for grants that year

1.3. Meg Peterson [email protected] 304-876-5021

1.4. Tri-state community which spans across 8 counties: Jefferson, Berkeley, Morgan, and Hampshire counties in West Virginia, Loudoun, Frederick, and Clarke counties in Virginia, and Washington and Frederick counties in Maryland.

1.5. Each year, a one woman, one vote process will determine who will receive the grant awards. The selection process is managed by the grants committee, which is comprised of active members who volunteer to serve. -

2. B.

2.1. To join, members pay an annual contribution of $500

2.2. The money is collected throughout the year and then put into a pool and split in to 2 grants

2.2.1. One grant goes to Shepherd University campus-centered academic, athletic, cultural or community service learning programs.

2.2.2. The other half of the money provides an award in support of programs in the areas of education, arts and culture, community and family, health and wellness, and environment for nonprofits in the greater regional community.

2.2.2.1. The greater regional community includes Jefferson, Berkeley, Morgan, and Hampshire counties in West Virginia, Loudoun, Frederick, and Clarke counties in Virginia, and Washington and Frederick counties in Maryland.

3. C.

3.1. Women with philanthropic aspirations.

3.2. Women in the nearby communities who are involved in higher academics.

3.3. Shepherd students

4. Producers

4.1. Blair Cherelstein

4.2. Ciara Campbell

4.3. Jade Foltz

5. D.

5.1. The Advanced Wound Care Initiative seeks to address the critical need for wound care certification in the West Virginia counties of Jefferson, Berkeley, and Morgan.

5.2. Each grant totaled $26,250.00.

5.3. The Seeding Your Future Initiative will address the challenge of engaging middle and high school age students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines. The Initiative consists of two parts: the Seeding Your Future Conference (SYFC) and the Seeding Your Future Workshop Series (SYFWS).