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  • WEST SEATTLE FOOD BANK - As of November 16th 2020, We've collected $335* out of our $500 goal!


  • WHITE CENTER FOOD BANK - As of November 16th 2020, We've collected $445* out of our $500 goal!


  • SW YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES - As of November 16th 2020, We've collected $210* out of our $500 goal

*Includes $125 to each agency donated by WSDW!



It is disappointing to all of us to be approaching the holiday season and not be able to get together for our meetings around the holidays. 


Usually, before COVID-19, our monthly meetings included each month collecting funds to give to both the White Center and West Seattle Food Banks.  December’s meeting was extra special since we devoted a large part of it preparing gift bags for White Center Food Bank clients. 


But since we will not be able to collect gift bag goodies and have our December work party,  we've decided on a different way to spread some cheer at the Food Banks.  We have set up Facebook fundraising pages for both the West Seattle Food Bank and the White Center Food Book.  In addition, we have added a third option - Southwest Youth and Family Services, another important West Seattle non-profit agency which provides services to families in need. 


WSDW has approved a donation from WSDW of $125 for each of the three fundraisers.  We invite all our members, guests,  and their friends and their friends to donate to one, two or all three of the agencies.  The fundraising drive will be open until New Year’s Day and then checks will be sent directly from Facebook to the three agencies. 


If you would like to contribute, please go to the WSDW’s fundraisers on Facebook. 


Thank you so much!!


Happy Holidays & Stay Safe,


West Seattle Democratic Women


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