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100+ Women Who Care aids Cradle to Career program

A program that helps single mothers in Door County with career training is getting a big financial boost.  Lakeshore CAP's Cradle to Career program is getting $10,000 from the 100+ Women Who Care of Northern Door County.  That comes through the organization's quarterly fundraising which provides money to non-profits nominated by members.  The Cradle to Career program helps single moms and some two-parent families with basic needs, set budgetary and financial goals, and obtain GED's, secondary education or job training.  The program operates on a combination of grants, United Way contributions, and other donations.  Coordinator Kris Miller says the funds from 100+ Women Who Care will be a big help for the 12 clients currently in the program.

 



In addition to helping the Cradle to Career program, 100+ Women Who Care also gave $4,500 each to Operation Not Alone, which aid active duty military personnel, and the Peninsula Players Theatre.

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