Champions for Girls is a growing community of generous philanthropists dedicated to inspiring girls to be strong, smart and bold. Here at Girls Inc. of the Pacific Northwest, we offer a unique giving opportunity to our Champion supporters. By joining our giving circle you become part of a diverse group of local, like-minded peers and the opportunity to experience one-of-a-kind benefits, as well as knowing that your gift is making a huge difference—it goes directly to support the impact and growth of our programs. 



All Champions for Girls enjoy both local & national recognition of their generous commitment. Locally, our Pacific Northwest Champions will be invited to participate in all of the following opportunities:

  • Special invitation to one private, Champions-only thank you event (i.e, private chef’s dinner)•Invitation to all exclusive events with Go-To Girls members (i.e, cocktail hour, lunch talk)

  • Invitation to Girls Inc.’s End of the School Year Celebration•Optional donor profile on the website and/or in the monthly e-news

  • Access to contact information of other society members for networking & mentoring

  • Opportunity to visit a Girls Group, with special volunteer options

  • Recognition in the Power of the Purse Event Program


Benefits include:

• ·Special invitation to 3 members-only networking events

• ·Special invitation to Girls Inc. 'End of School Year Celebration'

• ·Recognition in the Power of the Purse event program

• ·Option to be featured on Girls Inc. of the Pacific Northwest's website

• ·Option to be included in a donor spotlight feature in the Girls Inc. of the Pacific Northwest 'Power of Her VOICE' eNews

• ·Access to contact information of other society members for networking and mentoring

• ·Opportunity to visit or present to a Girls Group

CHAMPION FOR EUREKA!: $2,500-$4,999

All above local benefits, as well as:

• Special invitation to the College Graduation (2 seats)

• Guest speaker at Eureka! group

• Opt-in to our semi-annual Eureka! Partner Newsletter

CHAMPION ALLY: $5,000-$9,999

All above local benefits, as well as:

• Girls Inc. National Champions lapel pin

• Recognition in the National Girls Inc. Annual Report, with consideration for a website spotlight

• Options for listing in the National Champions for Girls Directory

• Invitation to the annual State of Girls Inc. national webinar

• Quarterly “Insiders Letter” email from National Girls Inc. President & CEO, Judy Vredenburgh

• Invitation to networking events and recognition at National Girls Inc. conferences

CHAMPION ADVOCATE: $10,000-$24,999

All above benefits, as well as:

• Invitation to an exclusive, national leadership event featuring a keynote speaker at conferences

• Opportunity to connect with a Girls Inc. National Scholar

• Framed “Girls’ Bill of Rights,” signed by current Pacific Northwest Girls Council members

• Opportunity to host a local workshop or information session at a school/business of your choice

• Optional honorary role at the Power of the Purse Event

CHAMPION LUMINARY: $25,000-$49,999

All above benefits, as well as:

• Recognition in the Girls Inc. National New York or Los Angeles Luncheon Program

• Consideration for membership in the Champions for Girls National Council

• “High Tea” with the Pacific Northwest Executive Director and current Girls Inc. girls


All above Champions Luminary Benefits, as well as:

• Private lunch with National Girls Inc. President & CEO, Judy Vredenburgh

• Invitation to an exclusive reception before Girls Inc. National’s New York or Los Angeles Luncheons with National executives and Board leaders



Not pictured:

  • Niki Aberle

  • Elizabeth Barnes

  • Jennifer Bryan

  • Coby Cohen

  • Ann Edlen

  • Rachel Hendricks-Beeson

  • Roberta Hutton

  • Miriam Jaffee

  • Lisa Kellogg

  • Heather Killough

  • Elizabeth Nye

  • Turid Owren

  • Gina Riley

  • Kay Stepp

  • Sheri Yadav

*This list of names is based on fiscal year giving (July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016)

I believe in the mission of Girls Inc. and wish to help achieve the goal of bringing opportunity to girls who might not otherwise have the chance.
— Mary Kay Petersen, Champion for Girls