100 Women Who Care thanks Madison Park neighbors

100 Women Who Care thanks Madison Park neighbors

100 Women Who Care thanks Madison Park neighbors

At our spring charity event in May we voted for Lambert House to receive our donation.  With Madison Park neighbor’s participation, we presented them with a check for $6,350, our largest donation to date!

Lambert House provides services for LGBTQ youth, empowering them through the development of leadership, social and life skills. It is a place where teens and young adults can make connections with their peers and most importantly, the 75 adult volunteers that serve as stable and positive role models who are always there to support them. We toured Lambert House on Capitol Hill and left feeling that our collective donation went to a great cause and that Seattle is very fortunate to have Lambert House for LGBTQ youth.

The 100 Women of Greater Seattle giving group has donated a total of $36,350 to support non-profits in our community. Our membership is at 60 and we are working to achieve our goal:

100 women x $100 = $10,000 impact to a charity chosen by the group

We meet three times a year and our next event is October 10th, 6-8:30 pm at Pyramid Ale House, 1201 First Ave S. (free parking). We invite you to join us and be a part of our fun, simple, and impactful way to give back to our community.

100 Women Who Care may be the right group for you! Visit our website, https://www.100womenseattle.org or our Facebook page. As a member you’ll get to nominate your favorite charities!

Any questions ,please contact us at 100womenseattle@gmail.com.

Thanks Madison Park for your support!

Paula Rothkopf,

100 Women Who Care