The Cary Women’s Giving Network membership was eager to use their collective giving power to make a difference in the lives of people in need.
- Center for Volunteer Caregiving - $5,000 - for capacity building through staff development
- PLM Families Together - $4,500 - for the Home for Families Program
- Triangle Family Services - $4,500 - for the DOSE Batterer's Intervention program
- Tammy Lynn Center for Developmental Disabilities - $5,000 - for Respite Care for Cary citizens
- Rebuilding Together of the Triangle - $2,500 - for providing a safe and happy home for a Cary family
- Kirk of Kildaire Presbyterian - $2,500 - for their outreach to the Wrenn Drive Neighborhood in Cary
- Cary Family YMCA - $5,000 - for support of the Y Learning program at Kingswood Elementary
- Note in the Pocket - $5,000 - for updates to their Distribution Center, allowing more families to be served
- The Hope Center at Pullen - $5,000 - for general operating support for services to young adults aging out of the foster care system
- Transitions LifeCare (formerly Hospice of Wake County) - $2,000 - a music therapy program for children dealing with grief
- Inter-Faith Food Shuttle - $5,000 – for support of the Backpack Buddies program, which will provide 12 local elementary school students healthy weekend meals for a whole year
- The Mariposa School for Children with Autism - $5,000 - renovating the Parent Observation Room
- BEGINNINGS - $5,000 - for an ongoing parent support program for parents with children who are deaf or hard of hearing.
- CASA (Community Alternatives for Supportive Abodes) - $2,000 - for plumbing and HVAC costs at a CASA-managed property in Cary.
- The Carying Place - $5,000 – for supporting items and care that are not usually donated, such as short term child care, care and equipment for medical emergencies for children, and clothing or other expenses, such as eyeglasses
- CORRAL Riding Academy - $6,000 – to provide general operating support
- Dorcas Ministries - $4,000 - to supplement funds available for outreach programs, which are available to residents who find themselves in a financial crisis.