Beyond Spots & Dots Women Owned Small Business Grant Winners

Grant Winners

It wasn’t easy, but we’ve officially selected our three Women-to-Women Grant recipients. Each of these women-owned organizations have admirable missions and have worked tirelessly to pivot their business strategies during the COVID-19 pandemic to continue serving their communities and clients/consumers. Each will be awarded a $5,000 grant to be used to support production, commerce and/or staff affected by the unprecedented coronavirus outbreak.

“It was a really difficult process to choose only three recipients,” said Melanie Querry, Founder & President, Beyond Spots & Dots. “Every application we reviewed had a story that resonated deeply with us. We truly wish we could help each and every applicant. As a woman-owned business, we empathize with what these businesses are currently experiencing. Female entrepreneurs have made such significant strides in the last few years, and it’s important now more than ever to continue supporting them. We’re proud to help where we can and put in the effort to lift one another up during a time like this.”

Please join us in congratulating our Women-to-Women Grant recipients and learn a little more about them below!

 

Pennsylvania Ohio Maryland

 

PENNSYLVANIA

Women-to-Women Grant Winner Hatboro Dish

Hatboro Dish

Owned by Jackie Evangelista, Hatboro Dish, a family-oriented restaurant in Hatboro, Pennsylvania, that has always made it a priority to treat every single customer like a family member and has served as a comfortable meeting hub for many in the area. At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Hatboro Dish decided to feed their community for free two days each week, providing meals to over 600 people to ensure families had food on their tables. Hatboro Dish will utilize this grant to sustain themselves as they continue to support their community.

Contact Information:

Jackie Evangelista

[email protected]

102 S York Road
Hatboro, PA, 19040

P: 215-534-4513

www.hatborodish.com

OHIO

Women-to-Women Grant Winner A Wyse Choice Home Care

A Wyse Choice Home Care

Owned by Camisha Mincey, A Wyse Choice Home Care provides outstanding and exceptional care to those in need throughout Lucas County, Ohio and surrounding areas. Establishing strong relationships with clients and their families is essential to achieving a level of excellence as they provide warm, compassionate and quality care to each and every client. With many of A Wyse Choice Home Care’s clientele being considered compromised in regards to COVID-19, the organization will use this grant to provide employees with sufficient PPE equipment to ensure the safety and health of their employees and those they care for.

Contact Information:

Camisha Mincey

[email protected]

621 Prentice Ave
Toledo, OH, 43605

P: 419-464-2556

www.awysechoicehomecarellc.com

MARYLAND

Women-to-Women Grant Winner 1 Year to Empowerment

1 Year to Empowerment

Founded by Dr. Samantha Scott, 1 Year to Empowerment is a nonprofit offering a year-long program that promotes self-esteem, self-respect, and self-reliance, and empowers middle and high school girls to make healthy choices, trusting friendships, and attainable goals. Their vision is to empower middle and high school girls to live happy, healthy, and balanced lives. As a result of COVID-19, the organization’s fundraising efforts and usual in-person activities have been halted. 1 Year to Empowerment plans to use this grant to support the payroll of their dedicated staff as they diligently continue to adapt their programming to safer alternatives.

Contact Information:

Dr. Samantha Scott

200 W. Main Street
Salisbury, MD, 21801

P: 443-235-2786

www.oneyeartoempowerment.org