Women’s Fund grants go to those who help females

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Posted: Saturday, November 2, 2013 12:00 am

The Women’s Fund of Omaha has awarded grants totaling $133,000 to local nonprofits that serve women and girls. Representatives from 13 agencies selected for Excellence, Community Impact, Changemaker and Little Women grants received their checks at the recent 13th annual fall luncheon. Additionally, seven agencies received WomanSpirit awards.

“These grants support innovative programs for women ages 18 and up in the areas of economic self-sufficiency and domestic violence, as well as sexual literacy programs for young women ages 13 and up — all areas our research has identified as priorities,” said Sara Masters, grants committee chairwoman.

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