The Women of Blossom are leaving a legacy by engaging in and making personal financial contributions within our giving circle we are taking an active role impacting the lives of women and girls not only in our own community but worldwide. Data shows that funding women and girls within key focus areas has the most impact on not only their lives but the lives of their families and communities.
Where We Give
Each year we donate to local organizations that address the needs of women and girls in our community. The organizations are chosen based on our yearly focus and if they align with our mission and vision. For more information on the organizations we gave to this year please visit our Blog.
In 2012, Blossom established an endowment with the Greater Tacoma Community Foundation. While financial gifts to an endowed scholarship fund remain untouched, the income earned from the principal balance finances scholarships for local women and girls. This allows Blossom to impact future generations of women.
Each year we donate to international organizations that make a direct impact on the lives of women and girls. Each year organizations are chosen based on our focus and if they align with our mission and vision. For more information on the organizations we have given to, please visit our Blog.
Focus Areas of Giving
Women are free from disease and pain and able to live full, flourishing lives
Women have access to knowledge and educational opportunities in order to cultivate learning and expand their possibilities in life
Women are enabled to achieve economic success and have agency over financial decision-making
Women are free from violence and other harmful practices that undermine bodily autonomy and well-being
Women have rights under the law that enable them to thrive (including in the other four dimensions)
Giving History - A Look Back
Focus: Personal Safety
Total Donation: $12755 (because of pandemic we stayed local)
Our Sisters’ House has 5 programs that address juvenile family violence, children who have witnessed violence, a support group for African American women who are survivors of domestic violence, and advocacy programs that assist women fleeing their abusers.
Total Donation: $16,000 divided equally
FEPPS (Freedom Education Project Puget Sound)
Our goals are to increase FEPPS students’ economic and personal empowerment, contribute to family stability and reduce recidivism through college education.
Investing in girls from rural Kenyan communities through educational, health, and leadership initiatives to create agents of change.
Total Donation: $12000 divided equally
REST (Real Escape from Sex Trade)
REST offers pathways to freedom, safety, and hope to individuals who have experienced the sex trade. They believe that everyone deserves to be loved and everyone deserves a life free from exploitation.
Days for Girls is changing the status quo through quality menstrual care solutions, health education, and income-generating opportunities that give back days of opportunity and health.