The Greywolf Foundation is pleased to announce that it has awarded grants to five additional charitable organizations and efforts that recently submitted Applications for Support.
Organizations receiving financial support from the GWF include: Be a Light of De Pere, benefiting the HSHS St. Vincent Children’s Hospital and Children’s of WI; Adopt a Classroom benefiting a local classroom in West Allis, WI; Wisconsin Youth Company, benefiting the Theresa Terrace Neighborhood Center and Active Shoes for Active Kids; Interfaith Caregivers of Washington County, benefiting the health and safely of the elderly in Washington County through various “aging in place” programs; Girls on the Run South Central Wisconsin, benefiting at-need girls with transformational curriculum programming.
Already this year, the Greywolf Foundation has made charitable contributions to 32 different organizations and efforts, including 25 new organizations. Since its founding in May 2021, Greywolf Foundation has financially supported 41 different local organizations throughout Wisconsin, and now also Northern Illinois.
“We believe the diversity of the charities we support really increases our reach and the positive impact we are making in our communities,” said Andrew Haring, director of the Greywolf Foundation. “The willingness of our Board of Directors to consider a wide variety of altruistic efforts is a strength of the Greywolf Foundation.”
The Greywolf Foundation encourages charitable organizations to complete and submit Applications for Support at https://www.greywolffoundation.org/applyforsupport
The Greywolf Foundation Board of Directors meets throughout the year to review and discuss Applications for Support and make funding decisions for charitable grants. The GWF Board of Directors are next scheduled to meet on, or around, November 28th of this calendar year.