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City of Spokane Proclaims March 3-9, 2024: Women Helping Women Week

SPOKANE, WASHINGTON – March 3, 2024  – Encouraging all women to uplift, recognize, support and celebrate fellow women in our community from all walks of life.

On Friday, March 8, 2024 the world celebrates International Women’s Day, a global day honoring the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating women's equality. This year, Women Helping Women Fund is turning this global effort into a local celebration to connect women with each other and the community.


Please join us at an upcoming event.  RSVP at :

  • Proclamation Reading by Mayor Lisa Brown at Spokane City Hall on March 3 at 3:00pm

  • Paint Night at Board and Brush, March 5 at 6:30pm SOLD OUT

  • Tasting at Wanderlust Delicato, March 7 at 5:00pm SOLD OUT

  • Friendship Bracelet Making at Covered with Art, March 8 at 4:00pm

  • Barre Class at The Barre Code, March 9 at 12:00pm

  • Spokane Mom Prom, March 9 at 7:00pm SOLD OUT

“Numerica is proud to support Women Helping Women Week which celebrates remarkable women in our community,” said Jennifer O’Callaghan, senior vice president of marketing and analytics for Numerica Credit Union. “As a women-led organization, we are grateful to continue a long history of investing in Women Helping Women Fund and to be part of this special week-long event.”


“We want to see a healthy, safe and vibrant community where women and children flourish. Together, we can make this happen.” said Heather Hamlin, Executive Director of Women Helping Women Fund.


About Women Helping Women Fund (WHWF) - Spokane

Women Helping Women Fund was established in 1992 to empower local women and children to achieve their full potential. The 501c3 nonprofit is building a strong, diverse community of educated, engaged and strategic givers through the power of collective giving. More than $333,000 in grants and scholarships were awarded this year. To date, over $7 million has been awarded to the Spokane community.


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