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Medina County Women's Endowment Fund Stories

The Medina County Women's Endowment Fund is helping charitable people and nonprofits change the lives of women and children all over Medina County. Here are some of their stories:

imageGrant combats growing opioid epidemic in Wadsworth »
In 2017, the Medina County Women's Endowment Fund awarded a $3,500 grant to the Wadsworth Drug Free Community Coalition to support substance abuse awareness programs. This community-wide initiative empowers drug-free families and teens while providing resources to those who currently struggle with addiction.

imageIntroducing our newest president »
It was an experience in the NICU that ultimately led Brunswick resident Mary Isaac to become president of the Medina County Women's Endowment Fund. Hear from Mary about her passion for enriching the lives of women and children in our community and how she plans to move the fund forward in her new leadership role.

imageGrant supports leadership training for LGBTQ students »
In 2016, the Medina County Women’s Endowment Fund was pleased to award a $750 grant to OutSupport, an organization dedicated to meeting the needs of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer/questioning community and their families in Medina County and beyond.

imageA message from MCWEF's president »
I want to thank the women in our community — both the women who make up the Medina County Women’s Endowment Fund Advisory Board and you, our very important supporters. This June, I will transition out of the presidency, and I look forward to passing the torch. It has been an honor and pleasure to work with all of you and serve the greater Medina community.

imageJournalism program builds skills, confidence in students »
The BEAT (Brunswick Educational Access Television) Video Program is a unique backpack journalism program run by an ambitious group of young people. Supported in part by a grant from the Medina County Women's Endowment Fund, the BEAT program has about 40 student participants ranging from sixth through 12th grades.