Collective Giving Members
Women Helping Women Fund Collective Giving Members magnify impact through giving, education, engagement and voting in order to improve the lives of women and children in Spokane County.
Collective Giving Membership Levels
Women Helping Women Fund Collective Giving Members contribute financially to grants, learn about the issues facing our community, witness work in action, and help decide which nonprofit receives funding.
WHWF is a “No Guilt” organization. There aren’t time requirements, meetings, or mandatory events - and you still get to vote for organizations to fund. Because that is what collective giving is about. Pooling resources together to make the strongest impact for our community.
Become a Friend of WHWF
You don't have to be a member to support our programs and fundraising goals. Anyone who is passionate about our mission can become a Friend of Women Helping Women Fund with a donation amount that's right for you. These contributions are tax deductible and help to support our work!
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between a recurring donation and membership?
Membership is based on a collective giving model that provides Women Helping Women Fund (WHWF) monthly giving based on set monthly levels in addition to education, engagement and voting opportunities for you. Recurring donations provide consistent monthly support to WHWF.
Can I make a one time donation?
Absolutely! Support of WHWF comes in all shapes and forms. If you are looking to make a one time donation visit whwfspokane.org/donate
What is the time commitment required for members?
WHWF is a “No Guilt” organization – and we mean it! There is no required time commitment and your vote is perk of your membership. We offer different ways to be engaged. You can be involved at whatever level makes sense for you. No meetings or events are mandatory for members.
Do I have to be invited to join as a member? Is membership open to men?
Everyone is invited! Membership is open to all.
Is my membership contribution tax deductible?
Yes, all contributions to WHWF are fully tax-deductible.
Can I use a matching gift to pay for my membership?
Absolutely, and you will still earn all the benefits of membership. Simply indicate the name of the matching entity and amount in the comment section during signup.
Can I contribute more than $600? Are there any benefits if I contribute more than $600?
We love working with generous givers! The more you give, the more we help our community! And if you pledge $2,500 or more, you are invited join the Pioneer Circle and receive special benefits.
How can I join the Pioneer Circle?
You can qualify to join the Pioneer Circle by pledging more than $2,500 annually.
How much experience do I need to participate in the grants process?
None! We provide the training and information that you need to make effective, informed decisions as part of our grants process.
How do I sign up to participate in the grants process?
All members will receive invitations via email for all stages of our annual grants process – so keep an eye on your inbox!
When will I be able to participate in the grants process?
August/September - Members vote on funding areas for the upcoming grant cycle
September - Grants cycle begins
January/February - Grantee finalist information provided to members
March - Members vote on final grantees and funds are dispersed to grantees