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Please mark your calendar for Tuesday May 21, 2019 for the Women Helping Women Fund Annual Benefit Luncheon. I just signed up for as a table captain for the event and would love to have you join me at my table this year.
Women Helping Women Fund is a non-profit here in Spokane that is dedicated to empowering women and children. They accomplish this work through funds raised at the Luncheon which are distributed to programs in the greater Spokane area. I decided to join as a table captain this year because of my connection to their [insert why you support WHWF].
This year the Luncheon is on Tuesday May 21st from 11:30-1:30pm at the Spokane Convention Center. I'm especially excited about this year's keynote speaker, Victor Rivas Rivers. You may recognize Victor from many movies but at the luncheon he will be sharing his heartbreaking story of surviving abuse as a child. Victor’s story eloquently speaks to the power of community in combatting childhoods like his, and as only the second male speaker in the luncheon’s history, he has an interesting perspective on why family violence is so much more than just a women’s issue.
Registration for guests is now open. Please reserve your seat by registering online at: https://whwfspokane.ejoinme.org/register. A required donation of $125 is needed to reserve your seat, and 100% of this goes to empowering local women and children. More information about the Luncheon and Women Helping Women Fund is also available online at www.whwfspokane.org, or you can always ask me. If you have any trouble registering contact the WHWF office at 509-328-8285.
I hope you can make it!
Who is your Keynote Speaker this year?
Women Helping Women Fund is thrilled to bring Victor Rivas Rivers to Spokane for our 27th Annual Benefit Luncheon. Victor is a well-known actor and author, and a prominent domestic violence activist. Victor’s own childhood was filled with abuse but through the support of his teachers, coaches and community members he was able to stop the cycle of violence.
A man?! Why would Women Helping Women Fund choose a male speaker?
It is rare that we choose a male speaker. Victor is only the second man to serve as our keynote speaker in our 27 year history. Our Board overwhelmingly chose Victor because his story is so powerful. Victor eloquently speaks about the power of the women in his community who helped him persevere throughout his childhood abuse. While Women Helping Women Fund was established around the idea that together women can be a powerful force for change, we recognize that the entire community needs to be involved in the many important issues we focus on. Victor’s story highlights why domestic violence is not just a women’s issue but instead requires all of us to collectively change our community.
Can you tell me more about the luncheon?
The Women Helping Women Fund Annual Benefit Luncheon is in its 27th year and will be on May 21, 2019. At the luncheon attendees hear from WHWF board and staff, listen to the story of one of our beneficiaries, and hear from our Keynote Speaker. Attending the luncheon is a wonderful way to support your community and work towards empowering your neighbors. One hundred percent of all funds raised at the luncheon go directly to programs working to empower women and children in Spokane County.
How can I attend the luncheon?
Registration is open online at whwfspokane.org. Most guests attend with a table captain, however you are welcome to join as an individual as well. I’d love to have you join my table – just put in my name as your table captain when you register.
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