Women, Water, & Wellness Provides Support to Nonprofits

Posted on March 26, 2021 by

It takes energy, commitment, and stamina to be a leader of community based and grassroots organizations and this is additionally challenging during COVID-19.  For over 25 years, Freshwater Future, through our consulting services, has helped leaders to run their organizations.  This year we are conducting a special program to help our partners with self-care and nonprofit management including bookkeeping, financing, communications and so much more. Many organizations have indicated that the support from FWF is paramount during these challenging times in our nation’s history. Here are the testimonies of some of our partners

Brittany McClinton – Director of Finance for Junction Coalition said “The Women Water and Wellness program is such a hidden gem for community organizations like mine. In my role, I’m challenged with tedious tasks to ensure the long-term health of our mission and programs. Without this program, I don’t think it would be so easy to navigate through the complexities of leading a nonprofit organization as stress-free as the team has made it for me.

Aaron Miner – Global Freedom Enterprises Corporation CEO in Flint, Michigan said as a one of the men engaged in the cohort,The spirit of Women Water and Wellness is fluid and nurturing of the mind, body and soul. I feel that it is capacity for our vessels both organizational and personal. A true blessing of God’s Grace”

Gwendolyn Winston – Not only am I updating skills, learning new processes and protocols for nonprofits, the richness of the exchange between cohort members breathes life into the many “real time” ways that are open to us to build relationships and to recognize and experience the power of collective knowing.  What an awesome surprise it is that Freshwater Future had the forethought to have woven space for us to be intentionally guided in mindfulness practices.”

Women, Water & Wellness is not just about women, wellness and water but a connection to the amazing work that women have done throughout our history. 


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West Grand Boulevard Collaborative, & Yellow Dog Watershed Preserve.