Snoqualmie Valley 100 Women who Care donates $12,000 to Pediatric Stroke Warriors

Pediatric Stroke Warriors (PSW) announced it will receive a donation of close to $12,000 from the 100 Women Who Care – Greater Snoqualmie Valley. These funds will support the programs offered by PSW to children and families affected by pediatric stroke. 

According to a news release, the grant will provide critical funds to programs such as Warrior Bags and Brave boxes which are provided to children and families who have received a stroke diagnosis. The funds will also be allocated to fund Helping Hand Therapy Grants awarded to families who need financial support for the many therapies that support the development of their children. Finally, the grant funds will go toward critical community and health worker childhood stroke awareness and education, as delayed and missed diagnosis are a major factor for affected families.

“We are blown away and very honored to accept this generous grant from 100WWC-GSV. The generosity of these women will be multiplied as we use these funds to support our warriors and their families and to promote education and awareness in the greater Snoqualmie Valley,” said PSW Executive Director Kaysee Hyatt.

The grant made possible by the members of 100 Women Who Care ( Greater Snoqualmie Valley) which is a local group of 100+ women who are committed to giving back and supporting valuable community resources. They meet quarterly Each member contributes $100 and then they pick a local organization for the large donation.

To learn more about 100 Women Who Care visit their website:, find them on FaceBook and Instagram or join in at one of their next meetings at Sigillo Cellars in Snoqualmie, November 27, 2018, March 5, 2019 or May 21st, 2019.


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