Women of GoodWorks is a dba of Widows and Orphans of God, a 501(c)(3) public charity under sections 509(a)(1) and 170(b)(1)(A)(vi) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Women of GoodWorks supports the DMV (DC, MD, and VA) communities in the areas of: food assistance and distribution, clothing, referral assistance for jobs, healthcare referrals, media outreach, and support for women, children, seniors, and families at-risk. The organization forms strategic alliances with other nonprofit organizations, for profit organizations, and government agencies to provide information, education, and referral services for those individuals who have temporary needs, and for those who are economically underprivileged and have long-term assistance needs. This organization also provides back-office administrative support to other non-profit organizations, for profit organizations, and government entities to raise funds to provide assistance for those in need. All donations are tax deductible under Internal Revenue code 170(b)(1)(A)(vi).
(WOGW) is a trade organization of the charitable public charity known as Widows and Orphans of God, Inc., under Sections 501(c)(3) and 509(a)(1) and 170(b)(1)(A)(vi) of the Internal Revenue Service
Both organizations serve primarily the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area, but also support projects across the nation. The organization serves individuals and families without preference to religious affiliation, race, culture, gender, age, or disability. WOGW focuses on media outreach, community projects such as moneyless markets for clothing, food, and household items. The organization also supports small businesses, corporate organizations, and government entities for back-office administrative support services and creative speaking event opportunities. WOGW also provides educational outreach and coaching in such areas as financial services, healthcare, family life skills training. The organization works with churches, other nonprofit organizations, small businesses, corporate and governmental entities.
Moneyless Market Place:
Free Giveaways of clothing, household items, toys, and much more.
Project SHARE Food Market:
Monthly Food Baskets for single parents, individuals, and senior citizens in need.
Healthcare for Everyone:
Counseling and referral service for healthcare for families and children at risk.
Counseling and Referral Service for seniors.
Financial Literacy Workshops:
Free workshops to learn from experts about money management and educational opportunities.