Other Ways to Give:

Become a Monthly Donor

Consider making an impact by joining an elite group of donors who give monthly to strengthen our programs at Every Woman’s Place. Bring consistency to our operations by meeting the needs of our survivors where grants leave off but need still exist. Be the critical success in these survivors’ lives by committing today!

Make a Donation

Host a FUNdraiser

Want to support survivors? Consider hosting a FUNdraiser! Third-Party Events & FUNdraisers are ways for you to gather your family, friends, and networks to benefit a mission you are passionate about. See some of our ideas to get you brainstorming. For more information contact our Development Team [email protected].

  1. Register Your Event 
  2. Third Party Event Guidelines 

Pantry Need Drive: Collect items from our Wishlist or Pantry Need list. Share our list and set up collection boxes at your work, worship place or other location. 

Change for Change: Collect loose change and donate it to EWP.

Higher Purpose Challenge: Give up one of your favorites for a month, donate the money you would have spent, and donate it to EWP.

Birthdays: Collect money instead of a gift – you may also collect money on Facebook as a fundraiser.


Events & Corporate Opportunities

We have a comprehensive Community Partnership program that features Underwriting opportunities and event Sponsorships.

Full List of Opportunities and to become a sponsor today see our Community Partnership Form.

Create a Legacy
Create a Legacy of support that lasts forever through planned giving! Designate EWP in your will, trust, annuities or insurance policy.

If you are not sure how to begin, we encourage you to reach out to a financial advisor and get started or see the Community Foundation of Muskegon or Fremont Community Foundation to assist in leaving a gift to one of our funds. Or reach out to Catherine about how to start a fund in your name [email protected]. Make sure to alert us of your intention so we know how to direct your funds by filling out this form.

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