Women's Giving Circle of the Kitsap Peninsula

We empower women to collectively fund grants that make an impact in our community.

 

The Women’s Giving Circle of the Kitsap Peninsula promotes philanthropy among women of all generations. 
Our grants support programs that uplift women and children in our community.

 

We are a group of socially-minded women with a deep desire to help our community, and we would love for you to
join us! We bring women together for a few fun and meaningful gatherings each year where we can enjoy each other’s
company, hear interesting presentations, and jointly decide which local nonprofits we want to help.

Upcoming Gatherings
Thursday, January 16, 2020 for members and guests, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Thursday, March 19, 2020 Grantmaking dinner for members only

Thursday, June 25, 2020 2019 Grant Recipients Presentation

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See the members who got the circle started.

Founding Members

See some numbers that have inspired the Women's Giving Circle To Act.

By The Numbers

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Find out more about our grant cycle, grant history, and how your nonprofit can apply.

Grant Information

The extraordinary women of our Circle.

Current Members

Past Gathering Spotlight
 

Our June Gathering featured a talk by Aimee Fulwell of "Sail Like A Girl." The phrase "Sail Like a Girl" has a new meaning. Meet the all women's crew who not only crushed this stereotype but also the past two year's Race to Alaska (R2AK). Life often pulls us in a million directions, but these eight women sought their R2AK bid as a breather. Among these sailors were those with careers in law, product management, culinary education, coaching, and organizational management. Those running businesses, serving as consultants, and photographers who capture the essence of being on the water. And those who are also moms… Our members learned what drove these women to choose this epic 750-mile journey to Ketchikan as their break from the daily grind, how it helped them get out of their comfort zones and how they banded together to conquer whatever Mother Nature threw at them in the often treacherous waters known as the Inside Passage.

Past Issues of "The Buzz" Newsletter

October 2019

September 2019
May 2019
March 2019

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9657 Levin Rd

Suite 220

Silverdale, WA 98383

Mailing:

PO Box 3670

Silverdale, WA 98383

 

Monday - Friday:  8 - 4

360.698.3622

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