Women Identity Purpose Organization NFP
Rating: 4.55 stars 29 29 reviews
1138 N Germantown Pkwy Ste 101-293 Cordova TN 38016 USA
Women Identity Purpose (WIP) is dedicated to connecting and advancing women to improve their families' quality of life through increased wealth, health and education.
We build relationships with our community partners in order to target more women. In the recent past, some of the things we have done are: *Given away money toward educational expenses; *Raised funds for Christmas gifts cards for struggling mothers *Faciliated a back-to-school supply drive for an underfunded public school. *Provided workshop presenters for resume writing, interviewing skills, healthy living, etc... *Our largest Grady McKnight financial award has been $1600 to an individual. We have given out our Grady McKnight financial awards in 2009 (Monica Hopkins), 2011(Elizabeth Manoa) and 2012 (Antoinette Walker) and 2013 (Michelle Malone)
improve the economic sufficiency of Women and their families.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
Women attending a program of higher education, or a female entrepreneurs.
Geographic areas served:
Memphis ,TN, Chicago, IL and Thailand...expanding as our project expand.
Year of Donation Program: This involves connecting with local nonprofits in our service area to help obtain donations-in-kind and contributions for their efforts. Grady McKnight Financial Award: College/Small Business/Expanding Awareness
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I received a scholarship from Women Identity Purpose Organization. I was really honored and touched by the care of the organization, as well as impressed with their willingness to help. The scholarship took me a long way towards my goals. I must say, my success today as a professional is the direct result of the help I received that enabled me to live in another culture, country and gain experience employers were looking for within my degree field.
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