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December 28th 2018

3 Additional Year-End Amber Grants Awarded

Last week, we shared the recipient of the $10,000 year-end Amber Grant — Wasatch Nectar.

Today, we’re delighted to spotlight 3 runners-up, each to be awarded a $2,500 Amber Grant:

Locker Lifestyle (Kat Samardzija)

Amazingly Uplifted (Veronica Crafton)

Imagiread (Tiffany Rachann)

Congratulations to Kat, Veronica and Tiffany as they work towards a prosperous 2019. We’re excited to see what the future holds, not only for these ladies, but for each of our finalists. As always, our job was made incredibly difficult by the people and businesses we’ve been privileged to meet. We wouldn’t want it any other way.

Now, as we head into the new year, remember that our grants will continue to run on a monthly basis. That means we’re accepting December submissions for just a few more days. If you’re interested — or know someone in need of funding — please take a peek at the application page.

Happy New Year,

-The WomensNet Team

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