On Feb. 1, 100 Women Who Care Greater Seattle met at Pyramid Alehouse and chose the Pink Daisy Project to receive our donation. With Madison Park neighbors' participation, it was our largest donation to date, $4,500. What a fun evening!

We are in awe of what Debbie, who established the Pink Daisy Project, has accomplished and who continues to give support to women who have breast cancer. It is exciting to know that our donation is going directly to women in the Seattle area to help them pay for essentials, e.g. house-cleaning assistance and gift cards for gas and groceries through the Pink Daisy Project.

We are growing! Yes our membership has grown to 47, 16 new members since our event in October of last year. That's a 50% increase! Big thanks to all the Madison Park neighbors that have helped increase our membership. To date we have donated $17,500 to 6 local charities.

Remember our motto is together we can make a big difference as women who care.

     100 women x $100 = $10,000 impact to a charity (we meet only 3 times/year)

Our next event is June 14 at Pyramid Alehouse, 6-8 p.m. to vote on a charity to receive 100 percent of our donation. Come join us and help make us 100 strong! Check out our website, https://www.100womenseattle.org/ or visit us on Facebook. As a member you get to nominate your favorite charities!

Paula Rothkopf

33rd Avenue