Women's Legacy Fund Grants

Members of the Women's Legacy group present grant award to Jill Pastore of HalfWay Home


The Women’s Legacy Fund of the Montgomery County Community Foundation makes grants to local non-profits with a mission to support women and/or children. Look for 2020 applications early next year.

The Women's Legacy Fund awarded $11,300 in grants in 2019.

• CARA (Crawfordsville Adult Resource Academy) received $4,000 to help address the barriers women often face in pursuing their High School Equivalency diploma such as childcare, transportation, and the cost of taking the exam.

• The Recovery Coalition received $4,800 to support the Recovery Recreation Center, a place where recovering addicts can go to meet, learn, and socialize in a sober environment as they strive to strengthen their recovery efforts.

• Pam’s Promise received $1,250 provide childcare scholarships to their resident women returning to work. The inability to pay for the initial week of childcare before the first paycheck comes, is a frequent barrier to working moms.

• Half Way Home received $1,250 to make some interior improvements to the facility in an effort to create a warm, inviting environment. This will pair with a new class offering, “Creating Serenity” where participants will learn the elements of creating a serene space, and the importance of these types of spaces in a home.

If interested in becoming a member, visit the Women’s Legacy Fund page under the “Giving” tab.