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Women’s Leadership Guild Event Aims to Give Away $10,000

Alison Weigley, Director of External Relations
Pullman Regional Hospital
May 9, 2024

(Pullman, WA)— Girlfriends Gather, an annual event hosted by the Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation Women’s Leadership Guild, aims to raise and give away $10,000 in one evening.


All are invited to attend Girlfriends Gather on Tuesday, May 14, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Lewis Alumni Centre, on the WSU campus. With a $100 donation, each attendee nominates an eligible non-profit to take home all donations that evening.

Eligible non-profits must align with the mission to serve women’s and children’s health and wellness in Whitman, Latah, Nez Perce or Asotin County.

“I love Girlfriends Gather, and it keeps getting better and better as more people hear about it and want to take part in the collective giving,” said Women’s Leadership Guild Chair Stacey Swift. “I'm so excited to see which of our local non-profit agencies will be awarded this year. I have a feeling this is the year we gather enough friends to give out $10k. That amount of money can make a huge impact in our communities. Join us May 14th and be part of something amazing!”

Event registration and information can be found online at About the Women’s Leadership Guild


About the Women’s Leadership Guild 

The Women’s Leadership Guild—established in January of 2015—empowers regional non-profit agencies in support of women’s and children’s health and Pullman Regional Hospital’s highest needs through membership contributions. To date, the Guild has raised and gifted more than $300,250.

The 40-member Guild is chaired by Stacey Swift and includes board members, Ginger Flynn, Cheryl Oliver, Susie Skavdahl, and Katie Van Wyngarden. To learn more about the Guild and this event, visit or call Stephanie Pierce at (509) 332-2044.


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