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Registration Information

Purchase a ticket for $135 OR if you would rather give $50 a month to join our Giving Circle, you will receive a free ticket to the event. Becoming a Giving Circle member is so much more than giving in dollars. Learn more at  

Interested in volunteering for Women Helping Women Fund as a Group Captain (formerly known as Table Captain) for our upcoming Spring event We've made it super easy! Get your ticket then encourage guests to register and list your name as the 'host name' so your group can be seated together. We recommend a group of 10 to fill a table, but groups of any size are welcome. Email templates and additional tools are available here.

Already have a group in mind that is passionate about helping local women and children in need? You can purchase for the entire group! We suggest a group of 10 people to fill a table, but groups of any size are welcome. 

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You're Invited!

May 16, 2023  |  Spokane Convention Center

2:30 PM  - Doors Open & Optional Pre-Party

4:00 PM - Program & Report Debut

5:00 PM - Optional After-Party

This May, Women Helping Women Fund will bring together friends and supporters for our beloved spring gathering. If you have joined us in the past for our Annual Luncheon, we’re excited to invite you to join us again for our newly envisioned event,

Give Like a Woman!


Statistics now show what we’ve really known all along -- that women across all income levels, races, ethnicities, and generations are more likely to give –and when we give, give more. We’re also more likely to support causes we care about through volunteering. As women, we give with our hearts, allowing empathy and intuition to guide our decision-making.


Anyone can give like a woman! If you are passionate about creating meaningful change in the lives of local women and children, this event is for you.


What  to Expect


In addition to a wonderful program with our keynote speaker, you can look forward to...

A Special Report Debut

We will debut an updated State of Women and Children in Spokane County report!

Mingling with Like Minded Givers

Join us before or after the program for drinks and appetizers while you mingle with other attendees.

Meeting Our Grantees

Fill up your philanthropy passport by visiting with our 2023-24 grantees and be entered to win a prize.


Shiza Shahid


World-renowned impact leader, entrepreneur, investor, technologist, and activist. She co-founded the Malala Fund with Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousafzai. She led the organization as founding CEO, focusing on creating access to high-quality education for all children worldwide.


In 2019, Shiza and two cofounders launched a kitchenware company, Our Place. The company aims to address the lack of cookware options for multiethnic American kitchens. Shiza is passionate about the future of technology and the powerful impact it can have on people’s lives and actively invests in startups that have the potential to advance humanity.

GLW Our Speaker
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State of Women & Children in Spokane County


Once again, we have convened the community to bring to life the second State of Women and Children in Spokane County (SWAC) report and dashboard

This report and dashboard compile the region’s most comprehensive qualitative and quantitative data into one singular report illustrating the most critical issues facing women and children in our region.


The overarching goal of this project and request is to help our community strategically and pointedly focus on areas of greatest needs – areas where we can go upstream and impact change collectively. 

GLW The Report

Corporate Partners

Thank you to the corporate partners who help extend the reach and expand the impact of our mission! And a special shout-out to these major partners...

GLW Corporate Partners
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