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LATEST GRANTS AWARDED

Our grants support local women and children. Learn more about our most recent giving below. To view our entire giving history, visit our Grants Awarded page.

2023 Human Services Grant Awards

The Women United in Philanthropy (WUP) is thrilled to announce the grant award winners for 2023. A total of $50,000 was awarded in grant money to four nonprofit organizations that support women and children in the community. Due to a tie, the WUP awarded three $15,000...

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2022 Human Services Grant Awards

The Women United in Philanthropy (WUP) is thrilled to announce the grant award winners for 2022. This year WUP awarded two grants of $20,000 each.    City of Promise – Empowering Families Shelter for Help in Emergency – Client Support Services & Community...

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2021 Human Services Grant Awards

The Women United in Philanthropy (WUP) is proud to announce the grant award winners for 2021. This year WUP awarded two grants of $17,500 each and a third grant of $5,000, for a total of $40,000 in grant awards. Congratulations to all the winners!    The winners...

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JOIN US

Want to be a part of this like-minded group of women, learn about community needs and philanthropy, and leverage collective giving to support human services for local women and children? Becoming a member of Women United today is simple; individual memberships start at just $120. You’ll be invited to events, to participate in nominating and reviewing grants, and to celebrate our winners. Click here for WUP Overview and visit our Who We Are page to learn more about the fantastic women that make up Women United.

“I’m constantly grateful for Women United, as it has been the source of many friendships, and my involvement continues to educate me about so many of the non-profit organizations doing great things in Charlottesville.” – Stacey McDonough (pictured center)