Past recipients of the WCPP grant
2014 - Jewish Education Through Torah
2015 - Tamir - Women's Health & Wellness: A User's Guide to Self-care and Awareness
2015 - Hillel Ottawa - Women's Safety on Campus
2015 - Na'aamat - School supplies for kids in shelters
2016 - Ausome Ottawa - Enriching lives of families living with autism
2017 - Ottawa Kosher Food Bank - Holiday basket program for women head of households
2017 - Miriam Friedman Tanger - Program for single and divorced women and children
2019 - Hillel Ottawa - Hillel Ottawa Presents: Follow My Lead
2019 - Ottawa Kosher Food Bank - Educational Series: How to keep kosher and prepare healthy means on a budget
2020 - Israeli Women in Ottawa
2020 - Jewish Family Services
From left to right, Lynne Oreck-Wener (WCPP founder and executive), Sarah Caspi (Executive Director, Jewish Family Services), Shlomit Jacobson (WCPP executive) took part yesterday in a chilly, but happy, cheque presentation.
In 2020, because of the sudden shut down brought on by the COVID-19 crisis, the Women’s Collective Philanthropy Award was not granted in the spring – put simply, it is impossible to fund programs that currently could not run. Instead, the WCPP distributed funds to Jewish Family Services’ Shalom Bayit and Tikvah programs for female clients in response to emergency needs caused by COVID-19. Later in the year, through its fall funding cycle, the WCPP made an additional grant award to JFS Shalom Bayit to provide supplemental support for these clients.