To provide temporary or on-going help to individuals or families in distress through our capacity-building resources (CBRs)
RESPECT – To treat all clients with dignity and respect
RESILIENCE – The ability to bounce back quickly from economic/domestic distress
EMPOWERMENT – The ability to control one’s life through capacity building training
We have the CBRs. They consist of food and essential in emergencies. The training is provided through our P.R.O.P. that is Professional Resource Outreach Partners.
Women of GoodWorks is a dba of Widows and Orphans of God, a 501(c)(3) public charity under sections 509(a)(1) and 170(b)(1)(A)(vi) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Women of GoodWorks supports the DMV (DC, MD, and VA) communities in the areas of: food assistance and distribution, clothing, referral assistance for jobs, healthcare referrals, media outreach, and support for women, children, seniors, and families at-risk. The organization forms strategic alliances with other nonprofit organizations, for profit organizations, and government agencies to provide information, education, and referral services for those individuals who have temporary needs, and for those who are economically underprivileged and have long-term assistance needs.
This organization also provides back-office administrative support to other non-profit organizations, for profit organizations, and government entities to raise funds to provide assistance for those in need. All donations are tax deductible under Internal Revenue code 170(b)(1)(A)(vi).
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Moneyless Market Place:
Free Giveaways of clothing, household items, toys, and much more.
Project SHARE Food Market:
Monthly Food Baskets for single parents, individuals, and senior citizens in need.
Healthcare for Everyone:
Counseling and referral service for healthcare for families and children at risk.
Counseling and Referral Services for seniors.
Financial Literacy Workshops:
Free workshops to learn from experts about money management and educational opportunities.
The Glinda C. Anderson College Assistance & Life Skills Program
Meet Glinda C. Anderson, one of our esteemed original founders and incorporators, whose legacy lives on through the Glinda C. Anderson Scholarship Fund, created in her memory.
The Lewis Project:
Discover The Mindy M. Lewis Project, also known as The Lewis Project, dedicated to providing counseling and direct support to families in crisis situations across Washington, DC, Virginia, and Maryland.
The Gladys Overton Seniors Outreach Project:
Join us in celebrating Gladys Overton, one of our esteemed founding members, as she marks her 100th birthday on September 29, 2023. In honor of her tireless dedication, we've initiated The Gladys Overton Seniors Outreach Project to provide vital support to seniors in the DC, Maryland, and Virginia areas.