​GFWC North Pinellas Woman’s Club is proud to help support a number of dynamic and impactful organizations to improve our communities and better our world.


Each year, the GFWC North Pinellas Woman's Club Foundation awards grants to local nonprofit organizations that sponsor local improvement projects throughout the community.  Due to the successful fundraising efforts, the Foundation is able to offer grants in various amounts up to $1,000.

NPWC Grants & Scholarships

GFWC
North Pinellas Woman's Club

Next Meeting: Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Scholarship Recipients:

Club Member Grant Winners:

​Interested in learning more?  Download the 2017 Grant Application for specific criteria and eligibility rules.

We welcome your participation in the GFWC North Pinellas Woman's Club Foundation grant program and wish your organization continued success.  If you have questions, please contact us.

2016 Community Grant Winners:



  • Marcia P. Hoffman Performing Arts Institute at Ruth Eckerd Hall
  • Pinellas Education Foundation  
  • Take Stock in Children
  • Countryside High School Community Service Award
  • St. Pete College Women on the Way 
  • Brookwood Florida, Inc.

      Bed linens and towels for children in alternative

      living program

  

  • Guardian ad Litem Foundation of Tampa Bay

      Cribs, mattresses, and beds for foster families

  • Hospice of the Florida Suncoast Inc.

      Fabric for adaptive clothing for patients

  • Kind Mouse Productions Inc.

      Food for children’s weekend feeding program

  • Safety Harbor Art and Music Center

      Projector, microphone, and stools for their

      audio/visual and seating project

  • Sewing Hope Inc.

      Fabric to make blankets for children in foster care

  • Catholic Charities Diocese of St. Petersburg

      Mattresses & microwave for migrant barn

      workers at the Tampa Bay Downs

  

  • Paul B. Stephens Exceptional School

      Sensory room equipment

  • Pure Project

      Bio-sand filters to provide sanitary drinking water

  • Ready for Life

      Computer tablets for youth exiting foster care in

      GED program and Ready for Work Career program