Vermont’s largest philanthropic resource dedicated to women and girls has handed out $311,190 in grants for 2022.

In all, 35 Vermont nonprofit organizations that advance gender equity and justice received grants from the Vermont Women’s Fund.

“We approach our annual grant funding as the engine that drives positive change,” director Meg Smith said. “At the heart of this work are the nonprofits who deliver the services — and the opportunities they provide for women and girls in Vermont.”

Locally, Vermont Women’s Fund 2022 grant recipients included The Safety Team, South Burlington, $10,000.

To learn more, visit vermontwomensfund.org.

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