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A Network Empowering Women (ANEW)

ANEW is dedicated to compassionately addressing, yet vigorously responding to, the needs of women who require assistance in separation, divorce or widowhood.

616-301-2639 Phone


Girl Scouts of Michigan Trails
The mission of Girl Scouts of Michigan Trails is to inspire all girls through Girl Scouting to the highest ideals of self-worth and dignity, that they may become caring, capable and competent young women; and to expose girls to diverse experiences that they may recognize and appreciate the pluralistic nature of society.

3275 Walker Ave., NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49544
616-784-3341 Phone
800-442-1401 Phone
616-784-8187 Fax
616-784-5605 TTY

The Greater Grand Rapids Women's History Council is dedicated to educating the community and celebrating the legacies of local women, preserving knowledge of their past, and inspiring visions for their future.

Grand Rapids Community College
143 Bostwick NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
616-234-3603 Phone

GROW (Grand Rapids Opportunities for Women)
GROW is a non-profit economic development organization that provides women with opportunities to develop the skills and acquire the knowledge needed to achieve economic independence through self-employment. Focusing on small business, GROW provides the training and ongoing counseling needed to start a business, plus several support services needed to sustain or expand a business. The wide range of training sessions offered by GROW also focuses on developing economic literacy. In addition, GROW offers Individual Development Accounts as a means of building assets.

25 Sheldon SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
(616) 458-3404

Junior League of Grand Rapids
The mission of the Junior League of Grand Rapids, MI Inc. is to meet community needs by developing leadership among women and promoting volunteerism.

25 Sheldon Boulevard SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
616-451-0452 Phone
616-451-1936 Fax

Mortgage Loan  Directory and Information, Inc
A comprehensive guide for same-sex couples getting a mortgage, establishing ownership of a home, and creating legal documents of property ownership.

Nokomis Foundation
The mission of the Nokomis Foundation is to create a stronger voice for women and girls.

161 Ottawa NW, Suite 305-C
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
616-451-0267 Phone

Progressive Women’s Alliance
The Progressive Women's Alliance of West Michigan is a non-partisan organization working to revitalize grass-roots involvement in the political process. In order to secure a just and socially responsible society, it supports an efficient and effective government that empowers citizens to achieve success, balances the power of the private sector and assures a reasonable standard of living for all citizens, consistent with human dignity.

The Progressive Women’s Alliance meets on the third Wednesday of each month at 5 p.m., at Women's City Club located at 254 E. Fulton St., Grand Rapids.

P.O. Box 1315
Grand Rapids, MI 49501

West Michigan Women's Studies Council

The West Michigan Women's Studies Council, a non-profit organization, was founded in 2000. The group is an intercollegiate and community organization that includes representative from Aquinas College, Calvin College, Davenport University, Grand Rapids Community College, Grand Valley State University, and Hope College, as well as individuals from the community.

P O Box 1013
Grand Rapids, MI 49501-1013
616-331-2748 Phone

Women's Resource Center
WRC serves all women - - those looking to advance in their careers, make a career change, resume a career after taking time off and more. In a one-on-one appointment clients are able to decide what career is right for them and develop a step-by-step career plan.

25 Sheldon SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
616-458-5443 Phone
616-458-9933 Fax

Digital Women Grants
Designed to provide business resources, small business loan information and support for businesswomen worldwide.

The National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO)
The unified voice of America's more than 10 million women-owned businesses representing the fastest growing segment of the economy.

*Also see the Business Resources page to find gender related business organizations.


For more information please contact Sonya Hughes, VP of Diversity Initiatives & Programs, (616) 771-0321.

Greater Grand Rapids Women's History Council

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