What is G.I.V.E.?

G.I.V.E. (Girls Invested in Volunteer Efforts) is a passionate initiative of The Women's Fund of Smith County. Through this meaningful program, high school girls (grades 9 - 12) experience the joy of collective giving and grant making. At once-a-month gatherings during the school year, girls will:

  • Gain a better understanding of philanthropy
  • Become more aware of community issues
  • Volunteer together and give together to transform lives

Our goal is to have a diverse group of high school girls, representing all schools in Smith County. Everyone has something unique to contribute. Each girl brings different talents and perspectives. By uniting girls from all backgrounds, the focus becomes a shared vision and a shared hope for a better community. Serving, learning and giving together can bring about positive change.

Join Us for Our October Meeting

Sunday, October 24
3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Tyler Museum of Art
1300 S. Mahon Ave.
(TJC Campus)

(Go to Events Page for future meeting dates.)

YES! I am interested in becoming a part of G.I.V.E.

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further information, call 903.509.1771 or email info@womensfundsc.org

G.I.V.E. Funky Sock Fundraiser

(with We Help Two)


Order Your Socks Today!


Your meaningful support enables the G.I.V.E. girls to award grants to nonprofits in Smith County (See Grant History below).

Join with them as they continue their mission to transform lives of women and children in our community.

For every package sold, We Help Two will donate a pair of socks to local homeless shelters, making twice the difference!


Order Socks Here


Call the WFSC office 903.509.1771

G.I.V.E. Grant History



Refuge of Light - $2,500


The Magdalene Home - $4,000


Hope Haven of East Texas - $5,000


Building Blocks (a program of Living Alternatives) - $6,000


Spirit of St. Louis Therapeutic Riding Center - $4,000


For the Silent - $8,500


Hope Haven of East Texas - $7,600