The Community Investment Committee

Women's Club of Chatham Community Grants 

The Women’s Club of Chatham offers grants for any group or organization that has a need to be filled. Please feel free to contact us if you have questions. The application process  for for 2019 grants will be announced early in 2019.  When announced,  the application can be printed from the Grant Application link on the menu to the left and must be postmarked on or before February 23, 2019.. For more information contact the Community Investment Chair, as noted on the application.

Representatives of recipients of this year's grants are pictured above:

Front row left to right:

Adam Spencer, Studio 878/ Chance to Dance 

Mary Munsell, Dance in the Rain; 

Sheila Hoogeboom, Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary;

Suzanne Carter, Flower Angels;

Diane Kennedy, Chatham Ecumenical Council Prevent Homelessness;

Eva Souza, Chatham Council on Aging;

Molly Ogren, Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen's Alliance;

Christine Menard, Family Pantry of Cape Cod

Back row left to right:

Joe Perkins, Dance in the Rain (hidden);

George Swope, The Children's Center;

Danielle Jeanloz, Chatham Historical Society;

Matt Cannon, Chatham Conservation Foundation;

Captain David Ready, Chatham Fire Department;

Stephanie Shea, Chatham Council on Aging;

Paul Greenough, Chatham Ecumenical Council Prevent Homelessness;

Ron Clark, First Night Chatham

Grants as below:

Cape Cod Fisherman's Alliance - for signage and handouts to enhance visitor education at the fish pier.

CECH (Chatham Ecumenical Council to prevent Homelessness) to help seniors i with heating bills.

Chatham Council on Aging and Chatham Fire Department- to provide home walk-throughs to identify and provide safety equipment for seniors.  

Chatham Conservation Foundation- for a sign for the Mayo House on Main Street.

Chatham Historical Society- for the purchase of a mannequin to display costumes and textiles.

The Children"s Center- for purchase of educational materials such as sensory tubs and an alphabet rug.

Dance In The Rain. a resource center for mental health education and service provision,

for purchase of a computer and printer.

The Family Pantry of Cape Cod- to support the mobile food pantry which delivers food to seniors at the Senior Centers for those who cannot come to the pantry.

First Night Chatham - for a performance at Liberty Commoms in the afternoon on December 31st. 

Flower Angels, USA - for collection and distribution of flowers to residents of nursing homes.

Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary to provide scholarships for Chatham and Harwich students to attend a summer camp program in Chatham.