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January 16th 2015

Vote Stretch Recipes for The WomensNet Amber Grant

This past December we announced Lauren Foster, CEO of Stretch Recipes our First Grant Winner to qualify for an additional $2,000 with our new Amber Grant.

Now, Lauren needs your help. View her video below where she explains why you should vote for Stretch Recipes to win the additional $2,000.

About: Lauren Foster created Stretch Recipes to help people eat better and save more. Stretch Recipes is in the process of creating an app that will help allow shoppers to enter their budget, choose their meals, and automatically receive their shopping list with coupons. Stretch also hosts cooking class experiences to teach people how to cook on a tight budget.

Interested in receiving a grant like Lauren? We award a grant every month – if interested, here’s the link to apply. We’d love to hear your story!

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