August 1, 2022

An Evening in Tuscany 2022 Event Recap

It Was A Great SuccessÊBecause Of Friends Like YOU!

Together we raised $110,259 at An Evening In Tuscany 2022!

We are so grateful to everyone who helped YWCA Spokane reach its goal for this year’s Tuscan-themed fundraiser. With the incredible help of many friends and supporters, you came together to make a difference in the lives of survivors and women affected by homelessness and unemployment. A heartfelt thanks goes out to all who were involved in making this event so special!


If you didn’t get a chance to donate,Êdon’t worry, there is still time to make a difference!

If you didn’t get a chance to make a contribution and would still like to do so, please consider giving a gift today. Your gift helps ensure vital, free services continue to be available to an average of 325 clients a week. That’s 46 people every single day!

Give TODAY


Thank You to our EVENT Photographers!

A huge thank you to James and Kathy Mangis for donating their talent to capture wonderful memories made at this event. We are so grateful for you both! View photos from the event below.

 


Thank You To Our 2022 Event Sponsors

Thank you so much for the lifeline your contributions provide to the women, children, and families we serve who are impacted by domestic violence, homelessness, and unemployment!

 

Signature SponsorS


Premier Sponsor

 


Prosper Sponsor

 


 

Flourish Sponsor

 


Mission Partners


Blossom SPONSORs

Columbia Bank

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