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    PULLMAN, WA—The Pullman Regional Hospital Women’s Leadership Guild is hosting its annual Non-Profit Night on Tuesday, September 19 at the WSU Brelsford Visitor Center, starting at 6 p.m.


    Eleven non-profit agencies have applied for $2,000 in grant funding from the Women’s Leadership Guild. A thorough review of all applications has been completed, and nine applicants will present their mission and project requests for funding. For the 2023-24 grant cycle, the Women’s Leadership Guild has $14,000 in grant funding available.


    Women’s Leadership Guild members will vote to award funding, but everyone is welcome to attend Non-Profit Night and learn more about the Guild and the presenting local non-profit agencies, which include:

    • Circles of Caring Adult Day Health
    • Family Promise of the Palouse
    • Palouse Discovery Science Center
    • Palouse School Food Pantry
    • Pullman Child Welfare
    • 4-H Palouse Area Robotics Team
    • Uniontown Community Development
    • United Way of Whitman County
    • YMCA of the Palouse


    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 $272,250.


    The 42-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.


    Contact: Alison Weigley, Director of External Relations

    Pullman Regional Hospital

    Office: (509) 332-2041 / Cell: (509) 330-0242

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