Grants offered to local nonprofits

SOUTHERN UTAH – The Three Corners Women’s Giving Circle is accepting grant applications from nonprofit organizations that offer programs and projects for women and girls in the southern Utah, northwest Arizona, and Mesquite, Nevada region.

Formed in May 2013, the Three Corners Women’s Giving Circle is an active and fun community of local women, diverse in interests and backgrounds, who pool their friendship, intellect and resources to effect change for women and girls in the “three corners” region. The Three Corner’s Women’s Giving Circle is proud to be a fund of The Community Foundation of Utah (

Through philanthropic involvement the giving circle empowers women and girls in our region by funding projects and programs in the areas of:

  • Safety and Health
  • Education
  •  Economic Advancement and Leadership

In January 2014, by vote of the membership, the giving circle awarded three grants for a total of $11,000 to three local nonprofits:


On Aug. 1, the grant application for the January 2015 grants will be posted, and can be downloaded from The Giving Circle voting and grants Web page linked here. The deadline for the applications to be received is Sept. 30.

On Saturday, Aug. 23, there will be a free grant writing workshop offered by one of the 2014 grantees and open to all prospective applicants.

  • Time: 10 a.m.– 2 p.m.
  • Place: The Learning Center for Families, 2044 S. Mesa Palms Dr., St. George
  • Details: Please bring your own lunch and beverage
  • RSVP Required: Debbie Justice by email to [email protected]

All other details of the application process can be found in the application document posted on the website on Aug. 1.

The Three Corners Women’s Giving Circle holds four meetings per year and welcomes new members.

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