Since 1992, Women Helping Women Fund has been committed to helping women and children in our community. Our Annual Luncheon has raised nearly $6 million and funded over 500 programs focused on the issues faced by women and children.

Due to the COVID-19 crisis, we had to make the tough decision to cancel our Annual Luncheon this year, but we didn't letting social distancing stop the great assistance we've provided over the past 28 years. We went digital by creating the Women Helping Women Resiliency Campaign!  Thanks to over 500 donors, along with corporate matches from Providence Healthcare and MultiCare, over $160,000 was raised! 100% of donations will be awarded to our 2020-21 grantees.


A big thank you to our original Luncheon partners.  We are so grateful to Providence Health Care, Numerica Credit Union, MultiCare Health System and so many others that have continued to honor their corporate donor commitment.  We are proud to work alongside each of these organizations.

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Major Luncheon Donor:

State of Women and Children Donor:MultiCare

Spreading the Word

“Women Helping Women is the gold standard for outreach–may your reach continue to extend and hug the whole region!” 

-Brian Newberry, CEO – Girl Scouts of Eastern WA and Northern Idaho


“The need is great in our community and we all need to help in any way possible! Thank you Women Helping Women for all you do to make our community a better place!” 

-Mary Kuney, Spokane County Commissioner – District 2


“Thank you for promoting Women Resiliency and making a difference in our community for so many. This is a time where we are all experiencing a loss of connectivity and hope. Supporting WHW gives me a chance to feel connected to my community and build hope for others.” 

-Cami Eakins, CEO – Career Path Services


“The burdens of difficult times so often fall on those least able to carry them. Thankfully, we have Women Helping Women Fund’s support of front-line organizations like Women & Children’s Free Restaurant and many others to lessen those burdens. Together, we’ll keep our community healthy and vibrant!” 

-Lisa Diffley, Executive Director, Women & Children’s Free Restaurant