Join Women Who Care Seattle Eastside
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Together we can give $10,000!
Yori was at a friend's house playing in the pool when he quietly slipped below the surface. Participation in formal swim lessons can reduce the likelihood of childhood drowning death by 88%. Donations by Women Who Care Seattle Eastside enabled 50+ low-income youth to take swimming lessons. Chezik Tsunoda started the charity "No More Under" in honor of Yori.
Along with helping many local homeless individuals, a portion of the group’s donation provided a homeless man a safe place to stay that was close to his mom’s hospice facility. He was able to spend the last few weeks of her life by her side rather than being forced from one outdoor space to another during this difficult time. It gave him hope that people cared and that somehow his life mattered.
By each giving a little we can make a big impact!
How We Work
  • Every member can nominate a local charity to speak about their organization and the service they provide.
  • At each of our meetings we listen to three local charities present to the members, and then we all vote on which cause to support.
  • We meet for one hour, three times a year, and each member writes a check for $100 directly to the charity selected.
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Would you like to learn about and support small, local charities and connect with like-minded women? Total commitment is 1 hour and $100 three times a year — a simple way to make a BIG difference as we come together to support some much needed programs. Fill out the form below if you are interested in joining or would like more information. We have a great group so far, and you would make it even better!

Meetings for 2023
January
25
April
TBD
October
TBD
Impact Award Recipients
Since our formation in 2022, we have been able to award three local charities. Consider making a direct donation to a charity on the charity's website by clicking on the charity organization's name below.

Join us at our next meeting to learn how Hope Festival spent the donations raised by our group!

Yori was at a friend's house playing in the pool when he quietly slipped below the surface. Participation in formal swim lessons can reduce the likelihood of childhood drowning death by 88%. Donations by Women Who Care Seattle Eastside enabled 50+ low-income youth to take swimming lessons. Chezik Tsunoda started the charity "No More Under" in honor of Yori.

Along with helping many local homeless individuals, a portion of the group’s donation provided a homeless man a safe place to stay that was close to his mom’s hospice facility. He was able to spend the last few weeks of her life by her side rather than being forced from one outdoor space to another during this difficult time. It gave him hope that people cared and that somehow his life mattered.

From Our Members
It's very inspiring to attend the 100 WWC meetings. We meet all kinds of small, local organizations who see a need, come up with solutions, and get things done. It shows what one person, one small organization, can do to build our community!
- Kelly Munn
Founding Members

Kristin Adams

Lani Alvarez

Robyn Ayala

Sue Bartlett

Jennifer Beatty

Jennifer Beardall

Stacie Beck

Cori Benson

Lisa Bialek

Annette Bowen

Brenae Brix

Dawn Burns

Marci Campbell

Sunita Cannon

Heidi Carpenter

Stephanie Castor

Christine Cherkis

Laura Comer

Sharla Dance

Madeline Fish

Erin Fisher

Jen Fowler

Samantha Frankum

Sarah Frankum

Kimmy Hajek

Molly Hill

Helen Hodges

Meribeth Holec

Anne Holmdahl

Carrie Horton

Maggie Hunkins

Desire Hunter

Michele Johansen

Erika Kapur

Carol Kirsten

Janalee Leavitt

Linda Levenson

Hannah Lucille

Tonya Lyle-Glaister

Susan Malte

Barbara Martin

Melissa Martin

Pam McBain

Amy McOmber

Mary/Sam McTavish

Alison Meryweather

Brenda Mueller

Jodi Mull

Kelly Munn

Kelley Nay

Kerri Nielsen

Miki Oh

Colleen O'Keefe

Kristie Page

Diane Pasley

Beth Puryear

Karen Rosenzweig

Carri Ruby

Irene Russo

Cassandra Sage

Mya Sanger

Tina Sarin

Kerry Scanlan

Heidi Schmedding

Susan Seabrooks

Elena Sellers

Beth Sigall

Jennie Skidmore

Alissa Smith

Andrea Stoppani

Bettina Thrun

Chezik Tsunoda

Marissa Twitchell

Liza Wallace

Sandy Wengreen

Katy Woodworth

Deslie Zangaglia

Commonly Asked Questions
We've put together some commonly asked questions to give you more information about 100+ Women Who Care — Seattle Eastside. If you have a question that you're unable to find the answer to, please use the Learn More page, and we'll be happy to get back to you with a response.
Members are asked to attend three one-hour meetings per year (January, April and October) and to donate $100 per meeting to the selected charity/non-profit organization. All checks are written directly to the charity, so they receive 100% of the donations raised.
You may give a check to another member attending the meeting on your behalf, or you may mail your check within 48 hours to: 100 WWC, 23515 NE Novelty Hill Rd, Suite B #241, Redmond, WA 98053.
Absolutely! Everyone is welcome — there's no obligation to join. Friends are welcome to observe the meeting; and if interested, they may join our membership. Membership forms are available at each meeting or can be found here.
Yes! All members are asked to donate to the charity that was selected by the majority of the membership, but you may also donate additional funds to the other presenting charities if you wish.
Company match programs are a great way to multiply your donation to the selected charity. Simply notify us of your company match ratio (1:1, 0.5:1, etc.), so that our collective donation total will reflect the full financial impact.
Yes, your cancelled check should serve as a receipt for your donation.
Please complete the Charity Nomination Form by the deadline which will be emailed to our membership group.
All elected charities/non-profit organizations who are selected to present are required to confirm their 501(c)(3) status.
Join our distibution list by filling out the Learn More form and attend our next meeting.
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