Unity of Angels founder, Angel Martin
Grant Recipient

January 16, 2021

2021 Non-Profit Grant Awarded to Unity of Angels

Unity of Angels

Woman Entrepreneur:
Angel Martin

We’re delighted to announce the $5,000 first quarter 2021 Non-Profit Grant recipient. Congratulations to Angel Martin, Founder of Unity of Angels.

Unity of Angels serves the homeless and provides them with their basic and secondary needs on a daily basis. Martin said, “I have an amazing program set up that I know they will benefit from and will keep them off the streets. With our transitional housing program they will be able to independently live on their own once they complete our long term program. Even after completing the program they will be assigned a mentor and case worker for 6 months to make sure they are not falling back into any traps that this world might try to have for them.”

The WomensNet Non-Profit Grant will help fund Martin’s newest programs as well as help with company travel. We are glad we could help Unity of Angels.

If you’d like to apply for the $10,000 February Amber Grant, just click here to get started. As a reminder, “Health and Fitness” is the Business Specific $5,000 Grant for February.

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