Upcoming Community Events
Spring 2018 DRES Swap to benefit WWIN!
BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW – SUPPLY IS LIMITED! Bounce into SPRING stylishly! How would it feel if you took a pile of clothes out of your wardrobe you don’t wear and swapped them for a new pile? This is the only place where you can get a whole new wardrobe for $20! It’s a one-for-one exchange of used (sometimes new with tags) clothing. This is a Women For Women event! We are raiding the closets of some of the leaders of women in our society and giving then to women who do not have as much advantage at this point in time.
WHEN & WHERE
Sunday, May 6th 2-5pm (4pm WWIN fashion show)
Location: McMenamins Anderson School – Haynes Hall
18607 Bothell Way NE, Bothell, WA 98011
100% Proceeds benefiting Washington Women In Need (WWIN)
All remaining items are donated to Goodwill of Seattle
Produced by Margaret Spencer, founder of DRES System
Women Making A Difference, With Northwest Military Wives
Melinda Gates said it best, “When we invest in women & girls, we are investing in the people who invest in everyone else.” So we are investing in you for an evening! Bring yourself, bring a girlfriend, or bring your daughter…you won’t want to miss this event!
Anny Havland of award-winning web series Talk it Up TV will lead a panel of Seattle’s most successful & innovative women as they open up about their personal journeys to discovering their best selves:
Leslie Mayne – a mother who after losing her oldest son to PTSD started a successful non-profit to raise awareness
Breanne Rice – media personality, holistic nutritionist & model with vitiligo who speaks to women about loving themselves
Demi Behn – a young female Seattle police officer & three-gun shooter who believes a woman can do anything she sets her mind to
Lori Pacchiano – owner of the city’s leading PR firm who supports local entrepreneurs & our military community
Come for the discussion, stay for the conversation. Following our panel, join us for food, drink, live music & more great conversation. GET YOUR TICKETS HERE.
Proceeds of the event will go to support Washington Women In Need (WWIN), a non-profit organization that provides educational scholarship and health benefits to struggling women in our community.
Have questions about WOMEN MAKING A DIFFERENCE: Becoming Your Best You? Contact Northwest Military Wives Foundation
Seattle Foundation’s giveBIG – May 9, 2018
Please mark your calendar for Seattle’s largest online fundraising day of the year and giveBIG to WWIN.
Schedule your online donation as early as April 26. To schedule a donation, please create an account on GIVEBIGseattle.org. You will receive a confirmation email receipt from The Seattle Foundation upon submitting the form. Your donation will not be processed until May 9. *You will receive a final gift receipt confirming that your donation has successfully processed on May 9.
Help A Woman Shine Today
Monthly Recurring Gift
As a monthly supporter, your gift makes it possible for WWIN to do NOW, what it does best: Empower women across Washington State with the opportunity to realize a brighter future with the help of a WWIN education or healthcare grant.
Your monthly gift will provide consistent and reliable funding; allowing us to dedicate more resources toward the programs that support the women we serve. As a donor recently shared…
“When it came time to donate at the WWIN Luncheon, I really wanted to give more than what I would write on a one-time check. I decided to donate a monthly amount because that way I could give more and be with WWIN every month — knowing that a smaller amount spread out would actually make a bigger difference.” ~ Theresa Chambers
Corporate and Workplace Giving
There are several opportunities to give WWIN the help of your companies support. To learn more about becoming a sponsor or to contribute through your workplace giving program, please visit WWIN’s Corporate Giving and Workplace Giving page, or contact Shaunna Ballas for more information at email@example.com
Learn how to plan a Legacy of Giving and make a lasting investment in a woman’s future.