Recipients 2010 to 2014

NWP Presentation

Past NWP Grant Recipients

Year 2014
Nevada Women’s Philanthropy (NWP) awards $350,000 to Communities in Schools Nevada. Funds were used to purchase 240 laptops and 14 laptop carts to be utilized in CIS Academy classes at seven comprehensive high school sites in the Clark County School District. Students now have dedicated technology to retrieve necessary credits and complete coursework in intensive academy programs.

Touro University’s Center for Autism & Developmental Disabilities received the $30,000 NWP Founders Gift, an unrestricted grant annually awarded to the runner up.

Year 2013
Nevada Women’s Philanthropy (NWP) awards $350,000 to Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth. NPHY utilized the funds to expand the organization’s existing Youth Drop In Center on Shirley Street near the University of Nevada Las Vegas and expanded services for their clients.

New Vista Ranch received the $30,000 NWP Founders Gift.

Year 2012
Nevada Women’s Philanthropy (NWP) awards $350,000 to Goodwill Industries of Southern Nevada. Goodwill Industries utilized the funds to establish the NWP Veteran’s Integration Program dedicated to providing comprehensive, coordinated job training and employment services tailored to the unique needs of veterans, military service members and their families.

Helping Hands of Vegas Valley & James Seastrand Helping Hands of North Las Vegas in collaboration received the $30,000 NWP Founders Gift.

Year 2011
Nevada Women’s Philanthropy (NWP) awards $325,000 to Salvation Army of Southern Nevada (SA). SA used the money to re-roof and rehabilitate the 12,500 square-foot emergency overnight shelter at its five-acre Owens Campus resulting in an increase of its overnight capacity and 120 beds for approximately 75 men and 45 women every night.

Community Counseling Center of Southern Nevada received the $30,000 NWP Founders Gift.

Year 2010
The Nevada Women’s Philanthropy (NWP) awards $350,000 Rape Crisis Center (RCC). The RCC utilized the funds to open a comprehensive therapeutic counseling center, Signs of Hope, for residents of Clark County ages 12 years and older.

Lied Discovery Children’s Museum received the $30,000 NWP Founders Gift.

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