2018 Annual Donors Report - Woman of Wonder 501(c)(3)

 

The foundation of Woman of Wonder’s support came from the local community

Woman of Wonder is registered as a Washington State nonprofit corporation

Woman of Wonder is registered as a Washington State nonprofit corporation

In its first eight months, Woman of Wonder resonated with the community and developed twenty contributors.


2018 Participation ranged from:

  • $20-$100 community at large

  • $100-$3000 board members


2018 Fundraising Sources for Woman of Wonder

In its inaugural year, Woman of Wonder connected with donors in the following spaces:

  • In-Person

  • Facebook

  • Website

  • Employee Match

Donations from the board drove the most successful fundraising venue, and in-person contact, in which donors provided personal checks.

The second most successful venue was the two campaigns Woman of Wonder conducted on Facebook.

And the third level came from businesses and business associates.

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2018 Woman of Wonder Contributors included:

  • Tere Allen

  • Debbie Anderson Roth

  • Linda Clark

  • Sylvie Dale

  • Carol Doane

  • Wilma and Kenneth M. Doane

  • Debbie Dunn

  • Dina Elliott

  • Samantha Flaherty

  • Diane Fyffe-Berg

  • Mary Ann Glover

  • Harsch Investment Properties

  • Ann Shape-Morrison

  • Melanie Sherman

  • Bruce Smith

  • Greg Thompson

  • Sandra Tucker

  • Wendy J Wright

  • Anonymous


2018 Expenses of Woman of Wonder

During 2018, Woman of Wonder’s inaugural year, start-up expenses lead all expense categories, followed by travel expenses, marketing, meetings, supplies, with a small sliver for merchant fees.

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Support from beyond the community

In addition to support from the community, Woman of Wonder was affirmed both regionally and nationally with support for the nonprofit through in-kind donations.

Google Grants award

Woman of Wonder is a recipient of a Google Grants award.

The Google Grants program supports registered nonprofit organizations that share Google's philosophy of community service to help the world in areas such as science and technology, education, global public health, the environment, youth advocacy, and the arts. Google Grants is an in-kind advertising program that awards free online advertising to nonprofits via Google AdWords.

Google G-Suite Grant

Woman of Wonder received G-Suite from Google.

G Suite is a brand of cloud computing, productivity and collaboration tools — including email.

Salesforce for Nonprofits

Woman of Wonder received free licenses for Salesforce’s Nonprofit Success Pack (NPSP).

NPSP sits on top of the Lightning Enterprise Edition and provides complete Salesforce Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and tools to help manage programs, donations, volunteers, and supporters all in one place.

Office space

First Presbyterian Church Vancouver provided office space for Woman of Wonder. A wall of shelves hosts our Books to Textbooks program. Several hundred books were donated and volunteers helped sort and organize them to initiate administration of the program.

Woman of Wonder received in-kind donations from national brands such as Google and Salesforce.

Woman of Wonder received in-kind donations from national brands such as Google and Salesforce.

 
 
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During our first year, Woman of Wonder earned Guidestar’s Bronze Seal of Transparency. The Seal is an avenue to disclose financials in as transparent a way as possible, to earn trust and provide confidence that your donation is a sound investment: Bringing More to Women’s Lives.


Summary Annual Report

As Woman of Wonder moves forward, encouraging more women, opening new doors, and lighting new paths, we are grateful to the many who joined our Founders Club by making a monetary donation which will result in our first scholarship awards Summer 2019.

This support of women, as they pursue avenues to increase their earning potential and workplace marketability, benefits all of us. Award recipients learn that someone believes in them — and is willing to invest money in that belief. Children are mentored as they watch their parent set a goal and achieve it. Families become stabilized through better paying careers.

We can’t predict who will finish their degrees, or who may stumble, but we lead forward with confidence that increasing the chances of degree completion has payoffs more than dollars and cents.

Consider being part of this education legacy.

Build a better community and stronger families by supporting college scholarships for women.

Donate, today.

Graphic Alexia Boudal from Noun Project

Graphic Alexia Boudal from Noun Project


2018 ANNUAL REPORT

Download a PDF copy of the 2018 Woman of Wonder Annual Report here.