Making a Difference One Woman at a Time
A Woman’s Work is a unique funding source for women in the St. Vrain Valley who need financial support for immediate needs that cannot be met by other sources.
With your help, we strive to make our community a better place.
Our assistance pays for a wide variety of needs including child care, housing, transportation, medical needs and more. In return, we ask only that the recipient pays the kindness forward.
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Making a difference one woman at a time
“Amanda’s” husband, the sole financial provider for the family, suddenly passed away leaving Amanda and her four children without financial resources. AWW helped pay one month’s worth of bills for the family, giving Amanda time to grieve and then make a plan for the long-term survival of her family.
“Martha’s” mother was diagnosed with a terminal illness and her passing was imminent. Martha needed to stay with her mother during the last month of her life but had to take off work to do so. AWW paid one month of Martha’s bills, allowing Martha to give care and attention to her dying mother.
AWW helped “Jessica” after she tragically lost both of her children in two separate accidents. Understandably, Jessica’s grief has been severe and she has had a hard time holding a steady job. AWW paid her mortgage for two months so that she didn’t have to worry about also losing her home during this tragic time.
“Julie’s” husband of 25 years died in a tragic car accident while visiting family out of state. She used most of her savings on the funeral and the cost of bringing him back to Colorado. Julie works full-time to support her three children. A Woman’s Work paid her rent for one month so she could take time off to mourn and provide stability for her children.
“Linda” and her three children had been victims of domestic abuse for several years. Linda built up the courage to leave her husband after he injured their son and broke the front and back windows of Linda’s car. AWW paid the cost to repair the two broken car windows, giving Linda the chance to use her other income to move into a new apartment.