These donors represent the advocates and leaders that often serve as role models to our young girls - helping to inspire them to reach higher, dream bigger, and truly achieve their bright and independent futures. 

 

Benefits of becoming a Member of the Go-To GirlS Society 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 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

GO-TO GIRLS Society MEMBERS

THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROUS CONTRIBUTION TO GIRLS INC. OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST

not pictured:

  • Joan Allen
  • Kaci Bennett
  • Renee Carisio-Farber
  • Kristi Combs
  • Coby Cohen
  • Julie Crawford
  • Sarah Crooks
  • Ann Edlen
  • Lisa Faust
  • Diane Girard
  • Sally Goerges
  • Lora Gordon
  • Greg Goodwin
  • Tahni Hamilton
  • Jaymie Hamps
  • Kristi Hanson
  • Rachel Hendricks-Beeson
  • Martha Hodgkinson
  • Janet Hoffman
  • Roberta Hutton
  • Paige Jackson
  • Miriam Jaffee
  • Chris Johns
  • Linnea Johnsson
  • Pam Kahl
  • Lisa Kellogg
  • Heather Killough
  • Daria Knowles
  • Kim Krippaehne
  • Liz Large
  • Fiona Mahaffy
  • Sheryl Manning
  • Judith Matarazzo
  • Charles Milne
  • Mona Murphy
  • Elizabeth Nye
  • Turid Owren
  • Bonnie Page
  • Jacquelyn Pawela-Crew
  • Kathleen Porter
  • Nanette Reid
  • Gina Riley
  • Valerie Sanford
  • Peggy Sato
  • Ann Sestero
  • Stacy Simpson
  • Cheryl Spencer
  • Kay Stepp
  • Cindy Tortorici
  • Kristin Valente
  • Christine Vernier
  • Wendy Watson
  • Katrina Wheeler
  • Sheri Yadav

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

I am very supportive of all of the Girls Inc. programs and think it is a very worthwhile organization
— Martha Hodgkinson, Go-To Girl