Bartko Foundation for Single Minority Mothers
Posted by on January 20, 2009
Bartko assists single mothers of color
The Bartko Foundation, a nonprofit organization that assists single minority mothers in their efforts to achieve economic, educational, social, emotional, and physical well-being.
Women of color may qualify for a $3000 grant.
The Bartko Foundation makes grants to individual women of color who are custodial mothers to help them increase the self-sufficiency of their families through education, housing, employment and transportation. The foundation has funded a variety of supports for minority mothers, such as purchase of a car to help a woman keep or get a job, paying a security deposit or providing a down payment on a house, providing tuition assistance, etc.
The foundation does not fund debt relief of any kind nor expenses that directly relate to the children, such as child care.
For more information, call Carl Perkins at 412-371-1142 or visit the foundation’s website.
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