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Gender & Women's Studies WKLT Summer Camp Giving

Giving to Women & Kids Learning Together

 

A picture of TJ Shockley Hunt

TJ Shockley-Hunt, Director of REACH Higher Program


Grant funds will be used to provide a week-long learning experience for low-income and under-educated women and children in Warren and neighboring counties. On Western Kentucky University's campus, participants will participate in workshops and team building activities that incorporate the arts, creativity, self-expression, and that will enhance self-esteem and increase awareness about the community and civic engagement.

Women who participate in the Camp will be those who qualify for food stamps, Medicaid, welfare, or who live below the poverty line. The Bowling Green Housing Authority will recommend women from their Reach Higher program (a welfare-to-work program) and our Selection Committee will ensure diversity among the women selected.

Because WKLT must be free to participants, we seek funding from sponsors who are committed to improving the lives of low-income and under-educated women and their children. If you are interested in giving to WKLT, please contact Jane Olmsted.

2009 Supporters (check back soon!)


Corporate Gifts and Grants

Dollar General
WKU's Provost's Initiatives for Excellence
Lil' Angels Attic
KY Foundation for Women
 

Supporters and In-Kind Donors

Reach Higher Program of the Housing Authority of Bowling Green
Aramark
Bowling Green Hot Rods
WKU REAL
Elaine Walker
Jumping Jaguars
Salon Panache

2008 Supporters

Corporate Gifts and Grants

Dollar General
WKU's Provost's Initiatives for Excellence

Kentucky Foundation for Women

Broadway United Methodist Church

Supporters and In-Kind Donors

Reach Higher Program of the Housing Authority of Bowling Green
Educational Opportunity Center
Aramark
Buffalo Wild Wings
Bowling Green Warren County Humane Society
David Coffey
Hats & More Galore
Housing & Residence Life at WKU
Mary Kay
N'Style
Regina Webb Salon & Day Spa
Shutterbug Photo

2007 Supporters

Corporate Gifts and Grants

Dollar General
WKU's Provost's Initiatives for Excellence

Supporters and In-Kind Donors

Reach Higher Program of the Housing Authority of Bowling Green
Educational Opportunity Center

Angel's Professional Salon
Aramark
the Brickyard Cafe

Buffalo Wild Wings
David Coffey
Cambridge Market
Cutting Edge
Georgia Pacific
Housing and Residence Life at WKU
Jimmy John's on Russellville Road
Lancome Counter at Dillard's (located in Greenwood Mall)
Mirror Mirror Hair Salon Off Broadway
Salon Panache
Papa John's on Russellville Road
Service One Credit Union
Shutterbug Photo
Smokey Bones BBQ
Tony Lindsey & Company
PRO Hair
Wrap It Up


Catherine Coogan Ward Scholarship Challenge Contributors

Valerie Brown
Barry Brunson
Lou-Ann Crouther
Karen Schneider

2006 Grants, Gifts, and Supporters

Dawn Bolton
Dollar General
Fort Campbell Credit Union
Kentucky Foundation for Women
WKU's Provost's Initiatives for Excellence

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