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2024 Grantee Partners

The Metrowest Women's Fund invests in women and girls from low incomes through grants with three focus areas: Educational Opportunity, Girls: Our Next Generation, and Safety from Violence.


Birthday Wishes

Support of homeless teens' mental health with birthday celebration boxes during times of crisis.

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Boys & Girls Clubs of MetroWest

Support of STEM education and building of self-esteem, confidence and overall growth through Girls Tackle STEM.

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Domestic Violence Services Network

Support of survivors of  domestic violence through risk assessment, safety planning, guidance, support groups, and connections to community resources.


MetroWest Legal Services

Legal representation for survivors of domestic violence and their families from low incomes.

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Waltham Boys & Girls Club

Support of See Yourself in STEM, providing girls with  hands on learning, mentorship, exploration of careers and introduction to female professionals in STEM.


Boston Area Rape Crisis Center

Support of sexual assault survivors to assist with their immediate and long-term
health, safety, housing, and financial needs.

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Concord Prison Outreach

Support of the Restorative Justice Program for women incarcerated at MCI-Framingham prison.


Family ACCESS of Newton

Support of counseling and consultation services for multi-lingual women and their children who have experienced trauma.

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REACH Beyond Domestic Violence

Support of advocacy program, assisting domestic abuse survivors.

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Women's Bar Foundation of Massachusetts

Support to providing legal representation through the Family Law Project for domestic abuse survivors from low incomes.

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Boys & Girls Club of Assabet Valley

Support of the SMART Girls program, providing mentorship and self-esteem enhancement education.

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Dignity Matters

Support to provide free access to period protection and underwear for women and girls who are unhoused and economically disadvantaged.

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MetroWest Free Medical Program

Support of women's health literacy, preventive screenings, treatment and referral services targeted primarily to immigrant women and girls.


RIA: Ready, Inspire, Act

Support of direct services team for women who are survivors of commercial sexual exploitation and trafficking.

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Youth, Media, & Wellbeing Research Lab at the Wellesley Centers for Women

Provide digital wellbeing workshops for middle school girls focused on designing healthier social media experiences.

Past Grantee Partners

Hands Up

Family Promise of Metrowest

Dulce, is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in psychology. As a first-generation college student from a low-income family, Dulce is relying on scholarships, grants, and part-time jobs to help fund her college degree. As Dulce told us in her application, “I chose the psychology program since I always knew I wanted a career that was driven by supporting others.” Her unwavering focus on pursuing higher education, despite the challenges her family is facing (including losing their home to a fire this spring) is deeply inspirational. “I learned from a young age that there was no such thing as a problem,” Dulce wrote, “it was easier to see it as a challenge.”

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