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You're Invited!

May 22, 2024  |  Spokane Convention Center

2:30pm | Doors Open

3:00pm | Mingle and Meet Our Grantees

4:00pm | Program

We believe that giving like a woman is about more than just writing a check. It means rolling up your sleeves to craft innovative solutions, dedicating your time through volunteerism, and forming heartfelt connections. 

But here's the kicker – giving like a woman isn't just for women! It's for anyone who's passionate about sparking genuine change in the lives of those in need.

If you're excited about making a real difference, then this event is tailor-made for you. We've set our sights on raising over $300,000 in grants and scholarships with the proceeds from this incredible event.

So, can we count on your support to make Give Like a Woman a resounding success? Let's come together and give like never before!

Registration Information

Two Ways to Attend:

  1. Purchase a ticket for $135

  2. Receive a free ticket when you join the Giving Circle with a monthly pledge of $50. This is a special group of givers that pool their donations, learn about local nonprofits, volunteer, and make funding decisions together. This group of 200+ people will help to decide which organizations will receive the proceeds from this event. This is a no-guilt commitment perfect for every phase of life! Join online today.

Ready to go above and beyond? Group Captains have been the key since this event began in 1993! Host a group of family, friends or co-workers that would also like to attend. It’s easy! just purchase your ticket and send out invitations! 


What  to Expect

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

A Special Report Update

Mingling with Like Minded Givers

Join us before or after the program for drinks and appetizers while you catch up with friends.

Meeting Grantees

Fill up your philanthropy passport onsite and be entered to win prizes.

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Sean Astin

Sean Astin is an American film actor, director, voice artist and producer, best known for his film roles the Lord of the Rings trilogy, The Goonies, Rudy, and Stranger Things 2. He is also the author of the New York Times best-selling There and Back Again, a memoir – co-written with Joe Layden – of his film career with emphasis on his experiences with the Lord of the Rings trilogy.

Sean will be taking the stage to discuss mental health and his unique perspective as the son of the legendary actress Patty Duke. From the challenges they faced to the boundless love they shared, his story is both powerful and inspiring.

GLW Our Speaker
GLW What to Expect
GLW Registration Info


State of Women & Children in Spokane County

First released in 2019, the second iteration of this landmark report was released last year. This year we will release an update to the report at the event. 

This report and dashboard compile the region’s most comprehensive qualitative and quantitative data into one report. It's like a one-stop-shop for all the important info on issues facing women and children.


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


Thank you to these project partners: Empire Health Foundation, Perigee Fund, Providence, Spokane Domestic Violence Coalition, and Spokane Regional Health District.

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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