Tenant Spotlight: Women Helping Women Fund

July 14, 2020

The Hutton Settlement owns and manages a diverse portfolio of over 20 properties that range from medical plazas, retail strip malls, and industrial space to traditional office buildings. The rental income provides stability for the organization by funding the majority of daily operations at the Settlement.

Women Helping Women Fund (WHWF) is committed to building a large community of educated, strategic givers who are inspired to make lasting change. Their mission is to empower women and children to create healthy families and vibrant communities. WHWF promotes and funds programs that remove the social, economic and educational barriers preventing women from reaching their full intellectual and vocational potential. 

Since 1992, they have raised nearly $6 million and funded over 500 programs focused on the issues faced by women and children. 

For the past 10 years WHWF had operated out of a 350 sq. ft. office in downtown Spokane. When offered an office space with over three times the square footage, they were excited to take advantage of the opportunity for growth. 

“Spokane is stronger because of partners like The Hutton Settlement,” says Heather Hamlin, Executive Director of Women Helping Women Fund. “Not only do they provide a neighborhood of care to children on campus, they are community collaborators making a difference for nonprofits too."

Highlighting Our History and Commitment

We aren’t just a place to live, but rather a neighborhood of care, providing opportunities for growth and development for children residing with us. Stay connected and see what’s going on at Hutton Settlement!

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