100 Strong in Beaverton

Quarterly event bringing giving minded women together to recognize and support local non-profits making a difference in Beaverton.

Giving-minded professional women who are impacting our community

100 Women, $100 or $50 donation, Once a quarter

100 Strong in Beaverton was launched November 2014. This growing movement is made up of civic-minded, engaged and motivated gals looking to lift each other up and make a positive difference in our personal and professional lives. Humor, inspiration, motivation and a spirit of giving – We welcome all to join us and learn what we are about!

Our next Event:

December 11, 2019
The Stockpot Broiler
8200 SW Scholls Ferry Road
Beaverton, OR 97008

Speaker: YOU! We are planning for a stellar 2020 and want to hear all your ideas and input. We’ll also hear from Kim Marshall and get our Project Homeless Connect Purse Drive kicked into high gear.

Cause: GHM Boutique and our veterans!

$21 per person for breakfast
$50 or $100 Donation to the non-profit cause of the quarter is the expectation.

Register Here

Thank you to our sponsor:

Past Programs & Beneficiaries –
November 2014: Speaker: Melanie Dressel, CEO, Columbia Community Bank Beneficiary: Oregon Health Science Knight Cancer Challenge
February 2015: Speaker: Paula Hayes, CEO and Founder, Hue Noir Beneficiary: Girls, Inc.
May 2015: Speaker: Amy Roloff, TLC’s Little People Big World Beneficiary: THPRD/Champions Too
August 2015: Speaker: Mary Monnat, President/CEO, LifeWorks NW Beneficiary: Chelsea Hicks Foundation
November 2015: Speaker: Lani E. Faith, Bridge Meadows Beneficiary: Project Homeless Connect
February 2016: Speaker: Ann Schatz, Sports Broadcaster Beneficiary: ADAPT Training
May 2016: Speaker: Aneela Fazal, Nike, Artist Beneficiary: Teens Finding Hope
September 2016: Speakers: Dianne Danowski Smith, Mary Grimes, Holly Thompson Beneficiary: Breast Friends
November 2016: Speaker: Maureen Wheeler, BSD Public Communications Officer Beneficiary: The Edwards Center
February 2017: Speaker: Anne Weaver, CEO Elephant’s Catering & Deli Benificiary: Community Action Rental Housing Assistance Fund
May 2017: Speaker: Elena Uhing, Forest Grove City Councilor & Habitat for Humanity West Development Director Beneficiary: Rebuilding Together
September 2017: Speaker: Selma Ahmed, President of the Portland Islamic Society, Beneficiary: My Little Waiting Room
November 29, 2017 – Speaker: Katie Eyre, CPA, Mom, Community Activist, Beneficiary: Care to Share
February 28, 2018 – Speaker: Amy Saberiyan, Ava Roasteria, Owner, Immigrant, Cancer Survivor, Beneficiary: The Amy Roloff Foundation
May 30, 2018 – Speaker: Pat Reser, Mother, Wife, Community Activist, Teacher, Beneficiary: Hope for Widows and Orphans
September 26, 2018 – Speaker: Rhonda Reister and Lacey Beaty, Beneficiary: Lines for Life
November 28, 2018 – Speaker: Lidia Krivoy, Beaverton School District, Beneficiary: Sunshine Pantry
March 27, 2019 – Speaker: Lul Abdulle, Somali Women’s Network, Beneficiary: Somali American Council of Oregon
May 29, 2019 – Speaker: Tanya Hawkins, Gung Ho Ministries and GHM Boutique, Beneficiary: Community Partners for Affordable Housing Spencer House – Summer program support
September 25, 2019 – Speaker: Secretary of State Bev Clarno, Beneficiary: Make a Wish Foundation
December 11, 2019 – Speaker: Our Tribe  YOU! Planning meeting for 2020, Beneficiary: GHM Boutique (Gung Ho Ministries) helping our local veterans. 

7:30 – Registration & Connecting
8:00 – Program
9:00 – Farewell
Held at the Stockpot Broiler, 8200 SW Scholls Ferry Rd, Beaverton

Breakfasts are $21 and payable through advanced registration. Checks and credit cards for the $100 contributions are taken directly that morning by the beneficiary.

If you would like to submit a 501C-3 for consideration, please email the leadership team.

The 2019 – 2020 Purse Drive Project for Project Homeless Connect launches December 11th at our final event of 2019.  Details on drop off locations, specific item collections and more will be available after the 11th.

WHAT WE NEED:
PURSES (medium to large) – the small ones and wallets will be added into the larger ones, it is just too difficult for us to stuff!!

BACKPACKS – This is a huge need for all ages, we will take kids to mens to designer… hands free methods of carrying things are HUGE!!

DUFFLES… equally great!

Mens/womens – bathroom bags and organizers are wonderful. As well as the little IPSY bags… we will take all of those.

Items to go in them: (new only)
Travel size: shampoo, conditioner, lotion, sunscreen, body wash or soap, wipes, chapstick, toothbrushes and toothpaste.

HUGE NEED:
Feminine Hygiene products – THIS need is so big and we need a lot of help here.
Ponchos – the weather gets bad fast
Emergency blankets
Womens and Mens underwear (New only)
Socks (prefer new, but gently used wool/warm socks AOK)
Stocking caps and gloves (gently used ok)
Hand warmers

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