Washington Women In Need
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Women of Color – Building Bridges
January 1, two thousand thirteen
From Northwest Asian Weekly
January Legal, 2013
A community can only be as strong as the bond of its people. If those bonds are powerless, the community is lightly divided, but the stronger they are, the more the community can work together.
On Jan. Thirty one at the Fresh Hong Kong Restaurant, the Women of Color Empowered Luncheon will bring together women who work tirelessly to unite their communities, women who are true bridge builders.
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Women’s group celebrates twenty years
July 12, two thousand twelve
by NAT LEVY, Bellevue Reporter Staff Writer
posted Jul 12, two thousand twelve at 12:50 PM
Debbie Graham lost her smile.
By age 22, she had been married and divorced, and she became the foot parent of her son. She struggled with problems of self-esteem, and a car accident in two thousand six left her with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and nowhere to turn.
She eventually sought counseling, but it proved too expensive, until a counselor introduced her to Washington Women In Need. She was able …
Washington Women In Need names fresh executive director
July 25, two thousand eleven
From The Bellevue Reporter
Washington Women In Need (WWIN), a non-profit organization that provides financial assistance to low income women in the state of Washington, has named Michelle Nitz-Weiss as its executive director.
Nitz-Weiss has served as the executive director of strategic planning and Overlake Venture Center for Overlake Hospital, and most recently as the CEO of the Science and Management of Addictions (SAMA) Foundation.
She has a master’s degree in health services administration from Xavier University and has eighteen years of management …
Luncheon raises $370,000 for Washington Women in Need
May 27, two thousand eleven
From the Bellevue Reporterz
posted May 27, two thousand eleven at Ten:21 AM
Washington Women In Need raised more than $370,000 at its annual spring luncheons held in Seattle and Bellevue. The total represents a ten percent increase over funds raised at the two thousand ten luncheons.
The funds provide financial assistance for education and health care for low income women.
Read article here.
About Town: Bellevue Generosity Nets A Million to Two Local Charities
May 17, two thousand eleven
Posted by Sherry Grindeland , May 17, two thousand eleven at 02:Nineteen PM
Seattle Humane Society raised $870,000 at the latest Tuxes and Tails event. Washington Women in Need raised more than $163,000 at a latest luncheon. Folks around here know how to open their wallets for good causes. Read utter article here…
Washington Women In Need raises more than $370K to assist women in need of education, healthcare
May 13, two thousand eleven
From eNews Channels
Washington Women In Need (WWIN), a local non-profit organization that provides financial assistance to low income women in Washington, today announced that it raised more than $370,000 at its annual spring luncheons held in Seattle and Bellevue…
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KING five Anchors Emcee Washington Women in Need
June 16, two thousand ten
Washingon Women in Need (WWIN) had more than seven hundred fifty attendees at their Seattle Breakfast and Bellevue Luncheon Spring Benefits.
KING five Weekend Morning Anchor, Meg Coyle emceed the event in Seattle in March. KING five Weekday evening anchor, Lori Matsukawa emceed the Bellevue event last May.
WWIN has provided health and education grants to over Four,700 women since its founding in one thousand nine hundred ninety two by Julia Pritt…
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Bravern turnout is strong
September 12, two thousand nine
From The Seattle Times
Posted by Katherine Long
By Amy Martinez / Seattle Times Staff
September 12, two thousand nine at 6:13 PM
People began arriving as early as 7:30 this morning for the opening of The Shops at The Bravern, and within an hour, turnout topped Two,000, according to developer Schnitzer West. Officially, the shopping center was to make its debut at ten a.m., but Schnitzer opened it up from eight a.m. to ten a.m. for a “VIP celebration and private preview,” promising to donate …
Luncheons raise $450,000 for Washington Women in Need
May 7, two thousand nine
Washington Women In Need (WWIN) raised $450,000 at its annual spring luncheons held in Seattle and Bellevue. The funding will be used to provide grants for education and health care to low-income women in Washington. read more…
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