Fifty Fabulous Women Giving Circle presents first grant to Teens in Progress
Fifty Fabulous Women Giving Circle, a community of philanthropic women who combine their financial strength to improve the lives of women and girls in Erie and Niagara counties, presented its first grant in the amount of $3,287 to Teens in Progress.
The circle’s founder, Lisa LaTrovato, MBA, the Director of Development at Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute, presented the check to Paulette Chapman, the founder of Teens in Progress.
Teens in Progress is a Buffalo-based nonprofit that works to enrich teens and young adults between the ages of 13 and 25 by connecting them to resources, inspiring experiences, and giving them the tools they need to create the world they want. Since its founding in 2009, Teens in Progress has actively engaged and enriched hundreds of Buffalo youth through weekly meetings and regular events and activities. To learn more, click here.
ABOUT FIFTY FABULOUS WOMEN GIVING CIRCLE
The Fifty Fabulous Women Giving Circle is an all-volunteer community of philanthropic women who work to strengthen the community by combining their financial strength to support projects and initiatives that improve the lives of women and girls in Erie and Niagara counties. To maximize the potential of philanthropy as a vehicle for social change, the Giving Circle makes grants on a quarterly basis and donates a full 100% of member contributes to grant recipients.