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The Seacoast Women's Giving Circle was founded in April 2006 by a group of local women eager to use their skills and resources to address critical issues facing the Seacoast community.

Mission & Goals.

The Seacoast Women's Giving Circle is committed to improving the quality of life in the region through collective giving and grassroots action.

Seacoast Women Giving Circle Goals

    Educate members through our own research and input from area leaders about local issues and groups that support the welfare of our community
  • GIVE
    Invest funds annually in nonprofit organization(s) active on the Seacoast and galvanize support for and awareness of the organization(s)
  • ACT
    Initiate opportunities for our members and their families to volunteer in the community

Seacoast Women Giving Circle Priorities

  • Improving quality of life of the Seacoast
  • Serving the socio-economically underprivileged
  • Fostering independence and self-reliance
  • Addressing emerging needs and issues
  • Providing long-term solutions
  • Investing in the expansion of existing organizations rather than the creation of new ones
Seacoast Women's Giving Circle Mission & Goals

"The Seacoast Women's Giving Circle has been instrumental in building our organization's presence in the community.
From the money they raised, to the time they invested in learning about the real issues facing our young people today, the Giving Circle has made a significant difference in our day-to-day operations. The Giving Circle is an inspiration to the entire Seacoast, and I can honestly say it is through their financial contributions that organizations like ours will be able to provide programs that invest in the future of our community. In fact, their unwavering commitment and dedication to philanthropy itself will ultimately model for our children the true meaning of giving."

- Tracey Tucker
Executive Director, New Heights, 2009 Gift Recipient