MCE Women's Business Center is pleased to announce an exclusive addition to our supporters—the "WBC Angel Fund". The primary purpose of this group is to help support the efforts of MCE Women's Business Center and facilitate local economic growth. The MCE Women's Business Center's mission is to empower women-owned businesses to grow, create jobs, and generate wealth on Maryland's Eastern Shore and across the state.

It is our hope to draw "WBC Angel Fund" members from business leaders who believe in our mission to expand small businesses within our local communities. With your help, we can create opportunities for women who want to become self-sufficient and achieve their career goals.

As a non-profit organization, we rely not only on grants, but the generosity of volunteers and financial contributors who place confidence in our ability to empower women entrepreneurs.

We invite you to aid us in this movement and become a donor to the "WBC Angel Fund". By doing this, you are committing to make an annual donation for a minimum of three (3) years in the amount of a $1,000 dollars. For your convenience, this donation can be paid quarterly, semi-annually or annually.

Benefits of becoming a donor to the "WBC Angel Fund" include:

  • Helping support local female entrepreneurs by providing them with the resources they need to form a sustainable business.
  • A return on your investment that you can watch grow within your local community.
  • Your name and business listed on the MCE WBC website and newsletter as a "WBC Angel Fund" member.

Attached is a "WBC Angel Fund" Donor Commitment & Profile, where you can provide us with your contact information, specify the payment frequency of your donation and a short biography and your logo to use on our website and in our newsletter. Please email your logos to

If you need more information or have any questions about the "WBC Angel Fund", please feel free to contact me at 410-546-1900 or

WBC Angel Fund Donor Commitment and Profile

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The MCE Women's Business Center is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.
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