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2020 Impact Update:
Your kind heart made this possible.

We're on a mission to improve the lives of women and children through the power of collective giving.

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Message from the Board

Board President, Kristi Gravelle

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Impact Highlights

We've been busy over the past year as we continue building a large community of educated, strategic givers who are inspired to make lasting change. Your kind heart made it possible to fund crucial programs, support scholars, and improve our community.

 

We look forward to learning and growing with you over the next year!

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Grantmaking

Nearly $160,000 was allocated to support 11 local nonprofit programs in the areas of career coaching, parenting support, food insecurity, disability support, emergency care of children and domestic violence legal advocacy.

We also launched InstaGrants. Each month a minimum of $500 is distributed to help local nonprofits address time-sensitive needs.

Vivian Winston Scholars

$9,000 was awarded to three young women pursuing higher education.

Nearly $60,000 in CARES Act funding was distributed for childcare assistance to help local mothers juggling the costs of tuition and childcare

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Collective Giving

In November 2020, we launched a collective giving community. Together, members magnify their impact and take an active role in local philanthropy while improving the lives of women and children in Spokane County.

Resiliency Campaign

In lieu of our Annual Luncheon, we hosted an 8-week campaign and raised over $170,000 for grantmaking. We also held our first livestream event with emcee Kris Crocker, 4 News Now and Maid author, Stephanie Land.

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Protective Gear

Community Relief Fund

$25,000 was donated to the Covid Relief Fund (managed by Innovia Foundation) to support Eastern Washington community based organizations on the frontline serving our region's most vulnerable populations

during the pandemic.

Women Helping Women Week

Women Helping Women Week is a week-long public awareness campaign to uplift, recognize, support and celebrate fellow women in our community from all walks of life.

The City of Spokane officially recognized this week on March 9, 2020.

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Thank You!

Thank you to our corporate partners and members! Your support makes it possible to continue our work to empower women and children to create healthy families and vibrant communities.