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WHWF March Newsletter

March 8-14 is a Special Week in Spokane!

We're celebrating local women in a big way this month! Women Helping Women Fund, in partnership with Numerica Credit Union, has aligned with the City of Spokane to proclaim March 8-14 Women Helping Women Week. During this special week, we will be celebrating the women who “wow” us through a social media challenge. Join us in this challenge and share the women who have made a difference in your life. Know a woman who wows you?

Follow us on social and get ready to share your #WomenWhoWowSpo!



  • Spokane Valley Partners is in need of volunteers! They could not accomplish all that they do without the hours and talents provided by volunteers. They have a variety of roles available at varying levels of commitment. Visit their website for more information.

  • In case you missed it, Transitions hosted a virtual tour of Miryam's House last week. They shared about Miryam’s House and a Miryam’s Alumna. If you are interested in donating needed items to Miryam’s House view the wish list here.

  • Joya has had great success going digital and meeting an unmet need of their families. Learn more about the switch to a texting and telehealth platform that aims to improve attendance and outcomes for the children and families they serve.



Last week we hosted our very first Nonprofit Connect with Catholic Charities Eastern Washington! Get an inside look at the Circle of Security Parenting course which is offered through their CAPA/PREPARES (Childbirth and Parenting Assistance) program.

Nonprofit Connect is a monthly engagement opportunity that helps our community connect with local nonprofits that help women and children. We hope you can join us on March 23 at 10:30am when we connect with Spokane Angels to learn more about their important work to support children and families experiencing foster care.



A scholarship fund was established in 2006 to honor WHWF Co-Founder, Vivian Winston. Winston focused on social justice work, long before it was trendy. She was an early advocate for women and children, a member of Spokane’s chapter of the League of Women Voters from its inception in 1948, as well as the f