Wow! Exponential Generosity! Sincere Compassion! Amazing Caring women…we did it!!! Together we’ve raised $100,000 ..that’s ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS for nonprofits in Snohomish County since we began our group in April 2019. This is beyond our wildest dreams and we are so grateful. Just a group of powerful caring women pooling our generosity and making a huge impact.

Today, we presented HAND IN HAND with our biggest donation yet! $16,000. Thank you for making a difference in the lives of children and families in Snohomish County!

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! 


We humbly, happily, and so gratefully presented Hero House-Everett Clubhouse with...$14,205!!! That's FOURTEEN THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED & FIVE DOLLARS!


Hero House is a vocational and social rehabilitation program for adults with mental illness. Their program, facility and especially the Staff, are so impressive, caring and compassionate. They plan to use the $14,205 to help to build a kitchen in their new addition. THANK YOU,100+ Women! Together, we are DOING GOOD!!!





We met in a parking lot on February 25th at night where the Mercy Watch folks were heading out to give care to homeless people in Snohomish County. We gathered with the group of amazing caring volunteers and presented them with...$11,800! Right now, they are working out of the back of one volunteer’s vehicle. They will use our $$$, combined with another $10,000 donation to buy a medically equipped van. We are thrilled to be a part of DOING GOOD in our community!! Blessings abound!!


We presented Homage Senior Services a check for $10,400. What an amazing opportunity for Homage to provide needed home repairs to seniors in Snohomish County. It was a wonderful experience!!


Our total donation to Faith Food Bank was $11,125. Because of the generosity of our group, a low mileage mini-van (pictured), a new display refrigerator, a newly painted reception area, and $300 for gas were ALL donated as well. #thepowerof100


We had a great turnout for our inaugural event! Click below for photos, courtesy of Sarah Thornhill Photography.