Washingon Women in Need (WWIN) had more than 750 attendees at their Seattle Breakfast and Bellevue Luncheon Spring Benefits.
KING 5 Weekend Morning Anchor, Meg Coyle emceed the event in Seattle in March. KING 5 Weekday evening anchor, Lori Matsukawa emceed the Bellevue event last May.
WWIN has provided health and education grants to over 4,700 women since its founding in 1992 by Julia Pritt.
A total of more than $333,000 was raised to provide health and education grants to low-income women in Washington
WWIN's new Matching Gift Fund was a huge success, with the $54,000 pool of funds being completely matched.
To improve the lives of low income women in Washington through financial assistance for health care and education.
This mission drives every aspect of Washington Women In Need (WWIN). We strive to improve the quality of women's lives by supporting their educational goals; we improve the quality of their lives by helping them maintain their physical and mental health. We work to improve the quality of their lives by treating them with dignity and respect in all their encounters with staff, volunteers, and Board members.
We believe that by improving the lives of low income women, we improve the lives of their families and the strength of our community.