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W&P awards grant for art for autism center
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A University Woman
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Power of Women: Focus of New Philanthropy Group
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W&P 2012 - 2013 Resolutions:
- Increase membership by at least 10 percent
- Plan interesting and fun events for membership
- Increase our endowment fund
- Encourage members to volunteer for committee work
- Continue to enhance our strong networking component
- Continue with strong grand funding
The University of Toledo dedicated the newly renovated "Women & Philanthropy Media
Room" on Thursday, November 21. The media room was recently renovated thanks to a
$23,000 grant from Women & Philanthropy at The University of Toledo. Read the full article here.
Women & Philanthropy announced its 2013 grant award winners! The UT Lake Erie Center and UT Department of Intercollegiate Athletics will receive grants totaling $38,000 over a two-year period. Read the full article here.
Women & Philanthropy is featured in an article by Mrs. Nancy Lapp for the April 24, 2013 issue of the UT Alumni eMagazine. UT Women & Philanthropy - Donors with Passion and Vision - What can a small group of determined women do for a university? A lot if that group is The UT Women & Philanthropy. In just five years, Women & Philanthropy has donated $176,931 in grants for University programs and projects. And they had fun doing it!
Interview Suit Initiative: Heather Karns, Assistant Dean of Career Services & Alumni Affairs for the College
of Law shares that the Interview Suit Initiative started by member, Jane McQuade,
has been a wonderful success. Jane and her husband, The Hon. Richard McQuade, donated
gift certificates so that a male and a female law student could purchase a new suit
in time for their job interviews. Individuals may also donate gently used suits and
professional attire for women. The Eberly Center for Women accepts these clothing items. Just drop them off during their business hours (8:30
a.m. to 5:00 p.m. weekdays). What a wonderful way to assist a student get a jump-start
on her career.
Adolescents and adults with autism spectrum disorders now have a new place to receive
innovative services in northwest Ohio. The University of Toledo will celebrate the
grand opening of the Center for Excellence in Autism with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 1:30 p.m. Friday, June 10, 2011 in the 2,700-square-foot
renovated facility located in the Kobacker Center at UT Medical Center. Read the full article . . .
The Honors College and the Office of Undergraduate Research are the recipients of this year’s grants awarded by Women & Philanthropy at The University
of Toledo. The renovated art gallery area in Sullivan Hall was made possible thanks
to the grant from Women & Philanthropy at The University of Toledo. A grant for $7,097
was given to the Honors College and the Office of Undergraduate Research to fund the
creation of a permanent art gallery in the main reception area of Sullivan Hall. Read the full article . . .
We welcome related news, event items and topics for publication consideration.
Women & Philanthropy announced its 2013 grant award winners! The UT Lake Erie Center and UT Department of Intercollegiate Athletics will receive grants totaling $38,000 over a two-year period.