Grapevine Groups Sending Nearly $150K to Charities Last Month

Oct 17, 2021

Every month Grapevine has the great pleasure of helping our collective giving groups send funds to nonprofits all over the country.

In September, Grapevine helped to send over $150K to 87 nonprofits in 26 different states. That’s incredible!

Here’s just a small sampling of some of the groups that we sent funds to and the incredible groups that made it happen.


Alex House Project

From: Ubuntu 2021 Giving Circle

The mission of TAHP is to increase long-term, self-sufficiency and independence for young mothers, and their children by providing parenting classes and leadership development in a safe and caring environment.

Daughters Across the Diaspora

From: Dallas Collective

Our mission is to build up our communities through providing economic and community development services to young black women who wants to be the change they want to see.

Epidaurus

From: 100+ Guys Who Give Tucson

Our mission is to foster personal growth, emotional literacy and social responsibility for our students, as well as improve their physical health through nutrition and wellness.

Healthy Babies Project

From: Conscious Giving Fund

We help the poorest District youth build stable lives.

Women for Afghan Women

From: Bowery Alumni

Women for Afghan Women (WAW) is a grassroots civil society organization dedicated to protecting and promoting the rights of disenfranchised Afghan women and girls in Afghanistan and New York. In particular, WAW works to help Afghan women and girls exercise their rights to pursue their individual potential to self-determination, and to representation in all areas of life—political, social, cultural, and economic. WAW relentlessly advocates for women’s rights and challenges the norms that underpin gender-based violence to influence attitudes and bring about change.

Horse Haven of Tennessee

From: 100 Women Who Care Knoxville

To rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home God’s neglected or abused equine through programs of shelter, adoption, education, and assistance.

Kindworks

From: 100 Women Who Care Lower Montgomery

KindWorks (formerly MoverMoms) focuses on doing Kind Works related to poverty, hunger, the environment, health, emergency relief, and tolerance. By making it easy for families to participate in volunteer projects, we hope to make service a part of our daily routines, model good civic behavior for our children, have a direct impact in improving the lives of thousands in our community, and promote cross-cultural understanding. We believe that by bringing people together as a group, not only can we learn from and inspire one another, but we can have a much more profound impact.

Blue Forest Conservation

From: Playground of Philanthropy

Financial innovation for sustainable solutions.