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WFRI provides funds to organizations engaging in systems change with long term positive effects for women & girls in RI. This committee develops the job description, process, procedure, and timeline. It is made up mostly of volunteers who may or may not be part of the GRANT REVIEW Team in the coming months (who will review, process and recommend grants).
Appointments & Composition
The committee chair is a member of the Board. Members of the committee are recruited, who have deep knowledge of WFRI’s mission and are familiar with grantmaking using a gender lens. Usually, these individuals have been previous board members or long-time volunteers with WFRI.
Scope of Work
Meet in the months prior to the grant application being released to discuss grantmaking priorities and guidelines. Review all grant making and training material, and assist with training delivery.
245 Waterman St. #503, Providence, RI 02906, US
For women and girls in Rhode Island, the playing field isn’t level yet, but it could be with your help. The mission of the Women’s Fund of Rhode Island is to invest in women and girls through research, advocacy, grantmaking and strategic partnerships designed to advance gender equity through systemic change. As a leader of social change, we are committed to advocating for and convening voices to advance gender equity and influence.
The Women’s Fund of Rhode Island works to educate women and the community at large about the following issues:
The Women’s Fund of Rhode Island offers workshops in salary negotiation skills, creating equitable workplaces, advocacy 101 and other topics which help to address the societal inequities that occur in women’s everyday lives.
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245 Waterman St. #503ProvidenceProvidence, RI 02906
December 10, 2019