September 21, 2020

Meals Sold Help YWCA Raise $275,000

Your Meal Helps Heal

Each Meal Sold Helps YWCA Get Closer To Achieving Their Critical Fundraising Goal!

***Meal Registration Is Now Closed, But You Can Still RSVP For Free.***

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A Culinary Tour Curated Just For You!

YWCA 2020 Mission Partner, Kalispel Tribe of Indians and Northern Quest Resort & Casino, are providing a delicious culinary tour of their award-winning restaurants, including Masselow’s Steakhouse,  for you to take home and enjoy while you watch the 38th annual Women of Achievement awards celebration virtually on Thursday, October 1st. Meals purchased can be picked up at YWCA Spokane on October 1st between noon – 4:30pm. Meals not picked up by 5:00pm will be taken to our domestic violence safe shelter.  Thank you!

A Special Invitation

The team at Kalispel Tribe of Indians and Northern Quest Resort & Casino would like to invite you to enjoy a taste of Northern Quest while helping to raise critical funds for women and children served by YWCA Spokane.

This year, as part of YWCA’s virtual Women of Achievement celebration, Kalispel Tribe of Indians are proud to offer a celebratory meal created by the culinary teams at Northern Quest. Each guest who donates $125 towards YWCA Spokane’s ONE MISSION campaign, will receive champagne plus a specially curated take home culinary tour of their award-winning restaurants.

The Menu

  • Your culinary tour begins at Masselow’s Steakhouse, Eastern Washington’s only Four Diamond restaurant, where Chef Tanya has gotten us started with a Kalispel-inspired charcuterie board featuring fine cheeses, meats, fruit and nuts.
  • The next stop on our tour of Northern Quest is the Riverbank Taphouse, where Chef Pete has prepared a chickpea hummus and flavorful olive tapenade with housemade pita chips. 
  • One of our most popular restaurants at Northern Quest is EPIC where Chef Judy has created a delicious smoked chicken slider with housemade parmesan chips.
  • Next, I am proud to present a toasted sesame yakisoba salad with roasted pork loin from Fai’s Noodle House. 
  • And the final course takes us back to Masselow’s, where award winning pastry chef Kristina has created the perfect fall dessert… a decadent pumpkin loaf sprinkled with pepita seeds and a drizzle of rich salted caramel sauce. 
  • We will top it off with a split of Freixenet Cava Brut Blanc de Blanc – a light bodied sparkling wine with notes of full baked apple and vanilla to create a velvety softness in the mouth. Let your taste buds enjoy while you made a difference! 


If you purchased a meal to take home and enjoy the night of the virtual celebration, please go to YWCA Spokane, 930 N Monroe St, Spokane, WA 99201 on Thursday, October 1st between noon – 4:30pm to pick up your meal. Any meals not picked up by 5:00pm will be donated to survivors staying at our domestic violence safe shelter. Thank you!

Your Meal Helps Heal

Meals Secured Help Women & Children Impacted by Domestic Violence

Support YWCA Spokane and their ONE MISSION Campaign, which seeks to raise $275,000, and to join us in the celebration of this year’s amazing Women of Achievement, while enjoying a taste of Northern Quest.

This annual awards celebration not only serves to honor the outstanding achievements of amazing women in our community, it also helps YWCA Spokane raise critical funds needed to continue serving over 17,000 women, children, and families who are impacted by domestic violence, homelessness, and unemployment each year.



This awards celebration would not be possible without the incredible support of our 2020 sponsors. To learn more about sponsorship opportunities contact Dana Morris Lee, YWCA Spokane Chief Philanthropy Officer, at or call 509-742-0111.




2020 Mission Partner


Innovation SPONSOR







Corporate Sponsors

Columbia Bank

Global Credit Union


The Spokesman-Review

Wendle Nissan

To learn more about sponsorship opportunities contact Dana Morris Lee, YWCA Spokane Chief Philanthropy Officer, at or call 509-742-0111.

By: Erica Schreiber

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