The Women’s Care Florida Foundation (WCFF) is dedicated to supporting women’s health and well-being in the local communities served by Women’s Care Florida (WCF). Through the generous donations of WCF staff and patients, as well as other Florida-based foundations and community members with a shared vision to improve the lives of women, we provide financial support on an annual basis to further strengthen the best nonprofits serving women in our area. But that’s not all…
Nonprofit organizations that are working diligently to make real progress for women must themselves be healthy, stable and effective. That is why WCFF offers our grantees more than just money. We don’t simply write a check and move on… we build long-term relationships that provide ongoing strategic assistance, builds leadership, strengthens organizations and seeds long-term solutions and change.
“The idea that we can transform simple foundation assets into scaled opportunities for improving the lives of women, is an extremely powerful and exciting.”, said Kimberly Brock, executive director of the WCF Foundation. “As a foundation, we have the means and motivation to create sustainable change over time. However, by using our influence and connections to encourage local nonprofits serving women to collaborate with each other, we can make a significantly larger impact by leveraging our collective assets and experiences.”
Specific Ways WCFF Donations Impact Women
As stewards of our donors’ contributions, the WCFF is very diligent in making the biggest possible impact through grants and other nonprofit support services. Here are examples of how your donations make an impact:
Provides complete suicide prevention care and counseling for one at-risk woman or girl.
Provides six months of complete medical care and all needed prescriptions for one woman unable to afford health care.
Provides trained comfort animals for five children in trauma therapy.
Provides one month of emergency shelter and food to a battered woman and her children.
Provides six months of testing equipment and insulin for a woman with diabetes.
Provides the deposit and first month’s rent for a family moving out of homelessness.
In December of 2018, the WCF Foundation made grants totaling $31,000 to 18 different nonprofits with a mission to improve women’s health and well-being. In addition to financial resources, the foundation also leveraged it’s influence as a funding source to increase...