The Westerman Foundation has distributed over $5.4 million dollars in grant funding to over 240 organizations since 2000!
Past Recipients of Westerman Foundation Grants Include:
All Faith Counseling Center
Atchison County Dream Team
Battered Women’s Foundation
Bishop John Carroll School
Dallas Area Rape Crisis Center
Lawrence Community Shelter, Inc.
Ronald McDonald House of Dallas
Sacred Heart Catholic School
Wesley-Rankin Community Center
Testimonials from Past Grant Recipients
"Your commitment to helping the battered women in our community is sincerely appreciated…With the help of donations from supporters such as you we will continue to enable our clients to become self-sufficient and effectively break the cycle of abuse for themselves…There is no way we could accomplish as much as we have without the generosity of people just like YOU!"
-Mary Lou Delehant, Executive Director, Battered Women’s Foundation, Texas
"…Because you have reached out to help another through your financial support of the Marian Clinic, individuals and families who have no insurance and who live in poverty will receive compassionate, quality, medical and dental care."
-Diane McDermed, Administrative Director, Marian Clinic, Kansas
"Thanks to The Westerman Foundation, middle school students at Immaculate Heart of Mary School will soon be enjoying new laptop computers."
-Jennifer Sedlack, Development Director, Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic School, Georgia
"We are in receipt of your generation donation for our Beds for Children program. It is only through generous support from our benefactors which certainly includes The Westerman Foundation that allows us to serve those people at some disadvantage here in Snohomish County."
-James P. Kehoe, Executive Director, Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Washington
"I thank The Westerman Foundation for this generous support of the Intervention Program at Providence St. Mel… which enables our school to provide at-risk students with the remediation and directed assistance required to improve their academic performance, lift their grade point average, and help them to become competitive in the classroom."
-Paul J. Adams III, President, Providence St. Mel School, Illinois
"... Jane Westermans contribution to Benedictine College has been tremendous. As well as being a major benefactor for the renovations and improvements to Westerman Hall and Freshman Hall (now Elizabeth Hall), she provided the last six figure gift for the completion of Marys Grotto. She has been a long-time sponsor of the colleges annual Scholarship Ball and the Angels Program scholarship and she served on the colleges Board of Directors from 1991 to 1999. She provided the initial funding for the Fellowship Of Catholic University Students program, which originated at Benedictine College in 1998.
- Benedictine College, Kansas