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Community Partners 

Our club has supported and/or partnered
with the following organizations:
  • A Village for One

    • Uniting the community to uplift, support, and heal youth impacted by sexual exploitation + trafficking. ​

  • Autism Speaks

    • Our vision is a world in which all people on the spectrum can reach their full potential.​

  • Bradley Angle

    • A safe and welcoming refuge to recover from the trauma of domestic violence.​

  • Called to RESCUE

    • International organzaiton that helps resuce chilren that are missing, have been abused or trafficked.

  • Chick Tech

    • Supporting people of marginalized genders in tech​

  • Clackamas National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI

    • Dedicated to improving the quality of life for everyone impacted by mental health issues through education, support, and advocacy.

  • Clackamas Women’s Services

    • Breaking the isolation of domestic and sexual violence.​

  • FAST (Fight Against Sex Trafficking)​

    • Raising awareness about sex and human trafficking​

  • Girls Build

    • Inspiring curiosity and confidence in girls through the world of building.​

  • Girls Inc, PNW (GIPNW)

    • Inspiring all girls to be strong, smart, and bold

  • Girls on the Run

    •  Inspires participants of all abilities to recognize their individual strengths while building a sense of connection in a team setting.​

  • Harambee Centre

    • We foster educational, healthcare, community engagement, and service projects that improve lives in rural Eastern Africa, educate Pacific North-westerners about Africa.​

  • Human Trafficking Law Center (TLC)

    • Bridging the access-to-justice gap for human trafficking victims and survivors.​

  • KEEP (Supporting Foster Families)

    • Dedicated to strengthening children, families, and communities and offer peer-support and community for resource/foster, kinship, and adoptive parents​

  • Mother & Child Education Center (MCEC)

    • Connecting, Educating, & Supporting Parents During their Pregnancy & Early Childhood Years 

  • Natalie Sleeps (Survivors of Sex Abuse)

    • To create sanctuary for survivors of childhood sexual and other forms of abuse. ​

  • Oregon Foster Youth Connection (OFYC)

    • Empowers current and former foster youth to share their voice and to be heard in key decisions affecting children and youth in foster care. ​

  • Oregon Tradeswomen

    • Building Women's  community and economic independence through empowerment, training, career education, advocacy.​

  • Pacific Northwest Adult & Teen Challenge

    • Comprehensive recovery program is designed to help those struggling with addiction and life controlling issues become healthy and whole in all areas of life.

  • PDX Diaper Bank

    • Provides no cost diapering supplies to low-income and houseless families.​

  • Period.

    • Strives to eradicate period poverty and stigma through advocacy, education, and service.​

  • Raphael House

    • Working toward a future without domestic and sexual violence, and where oppression in any form is not tolerated.​

  • Rose Haven

    • Community, Support, and Love for our Portland Neighbors Experiencing Homelessness and Poverty​

  • The Giving Closet

    • No one should be hungry, unclothed, or unloved within our reach.​

  • Union Gospel Mission

    • Life changing pathways to people expereince homelessness, hunger, addiction and abuse. ​

  • Villages NW & River West Village

    • To create dynamic, intentionally inclusive, caring communities that connect, engage, and support older adults as they maintain active and purposeful lives.​

  • West Women’s and Chilren’s Shelter

    • Give hope to Victims of Domestic Violence​

  • Women Empowerment Coalition (WECO)

    • Invest in women who invest in their communities

  • Women First

    • Empowering women to rebuild their lives; transition and referral center 

  • Women Together We Can

    • Support to Immigrant and refugee young woman​

  • Women’s Foundation of Oregon

    • Dismantle sexism, racism and structural oppression through the moevment of resources and ideas toward gender justice. ​

  • YWCA of Greater Portland

    • Elimate racism, empower women and promote peace, justice and freedom and dignity for all.


Our organization seek opportunities to learn from other local and regional organizations that are supporting women and girls.  As well as, supporting our members thrive and grow in our community. 

Our Monthly Meetings feature guest speakers that support our mission to serve women and girls.


Additionally, our members provide support to organziations through hands-on projects as opportunities arise.  

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Inspirational and Motivation Speaker

  • Brook Jenkins, Psychotherapist, Dealing with Stress & Anxiety

  • Christine Nair , Trainer and Consultant, Dale Carnegie of Oregon

  • Jill ViglioneEmbrace your Space

  • Lea Boyles, M.A., Holistic Life Coach

  • Lyn Delmastro-Thomson, certified Body Talk Practitioner, author “You are not your Diagnosis”

  • Mary Lou Sanelli, author, “About Friends”

  • Raquel Muller, Ph.D., Empowerment Coach, W.O.M.A.N. System - the Mom Empowerment Roadmap 

  • Vivian V Evans, CMF Expert

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