In the Hat

Nov 8, 2021 Meeting Presenters

Winner: Northwest Railway Museum The Northwest Railway Museum was founded in 1957. It is currently the largest and most comprehensive railroad museum in Washington State. It's mission is to develop and operate an outstanding railroad museum where the public can experience the excitement of a working railroad and see and understand the role of railroads in the development and settlement of Washington State and adjacent areas. Read more on our Previously Selected Charities page.

American Cancer Society: Snoqualmie Valley Relay For Life of Snoqualmie Valley inspires hope by raising funds for breakthrough cancer research, cancer awareness, and local support programs that help neighbors facing a cancer diagnosis. They’re fighting for a world with less cancer and more birthdays! Call the American Cancer Society hotline at 1.800.227.2345 for cancer information, any time, day or night. Visit us at http://www.relayforlife.org/snoqualmievalleywa .

Snoqualmie Valley Shelter Services Snoqualmie Valley Shelter Services is made up of community members who have a passion for helping men, women and families experiencing homelessness and poverty connect with the care and services they need.​

May 24, 2021 Meeting Presenters

Winner: North Bend Art & Industry North Bend Art and Industry is building a Center for the Creation of Art on 2.5 acres, off North Bend Way. Their goal is to become the heart of creativity and community for the Snoqualmie Valley by providing an inclusive place for people of all ages and backgrounds to; socialize, learn, grow, share, explore, mentor, and be mentored in the varied forms of art. Read more on our Previously Selected Charities page.

Valley Animal Partners has assisted over 900 animals in the Upper and Lower Snoqualmie Valley in the past year. Their mission is to raise funds to help Snoqualmie Valley seniors, disabled, veterans and families with limited income, to spay or neuter, vaccinate, microchip and provide emergency medication for their pets.

National Alliance on Mental Illness Eastside is working to improve the quality of life for those affected by mental illness by shining a light on the realities that those living with mental illness face every day. We do this by sharing knowledge and helping to end the stigma associated with mental illness. To this end, we offer support groups as well as educational classes and presentations involving mental illness at various locations throughout eastern King County. We are creating a community of support and empowering those impacted by mental illness and making positive changes in the mental health care system through our advocacy work. https://nami-eastside.org/

March 10, 2021 Meeting Presenters (via Zoom)

Winner: Mamma's Hands: House of Hope. This organization strives to help mothers in crisis find their way—to be the best they can be, for themselves and for their children. House of Hope is a trusted ally helping local moms and their children find refuge when they’re fleeing domestic violence. They support these mothers and children in their efforts to structure new living situations. Read more on our Previously Selected Charities page.

North Bend Art & Industry North Bend Art and Industry is building a Center for the Creation of Art on 2.5 acres, off North Bend Way. Their goal is to become the heart of creativity and community for the Snoqualmie Valley by providing an inclusive place for people of all ages and backgrounds to; socialize, learn, grow, share, explore, mentor, and be mentored in the varied forms of art. https://www.northbendartandindustry.org

Valley Animal Partners has assisted over 900 animals in the Upper and Lower Snoqualmie Valley in the past year. Their mission is to raise funds to help Snoqualmie Valley seniors, disabled, veterans and families with limited income, to spay or neuter, vaccinate, microchip and provide emergency medication for their pets.

October 19, 2020 Meeting Presenters (via Zoom)

Winner: Snoqualmie Valley Community Network serves youth and their families throughout the Snoqualmie Valley. Their mission is to promote and inspire youth to lead safe, healthy, and successful lives. SVCN connects youth in meaningful ways through the Youth Development program. This includes Youth Suicide Prevention, Youth Leadership Development, Youth Success! Mentoring, Pathways to Employment Success, Youth Substance Use Prevention, and Weekend Power Packs. SVCN believes that connection is the best prevention. Read more on our Previously Selected Charities page.

North Bend Art & Industry North Bend Art and Industry is building a Center for the Creation of Art on 2.5 acres, off North Bend Way. Their goal is to become the heart of creativity and community for the Snoqualmie Valley by providing an inclusive place for people of all ages and backgrounds to; socialize, learn, grow, share, explore, mentor, and be mentored in the varied forms of art. https://www.northbendartandindustry.org

American Cancer Society: Snoqualmie Valley Relay For Life of Snoqualmie Valley inspires hope by raising funds for breakthrough cancer research, cancer awareness, and local support programs that help neighbors facing a cancer diagnosis. They’re fighting for a world with less cancer and more birthdays! Call the American Cancer Society hotline at 1.800.227.2345 for cancer information, any time, day or night. Visit us at http://www.relayforlife.org/snoqualmievalleywa .

May 18, 2020 Meeting Presenters (via Zoom)

Winner: Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation encourages excellence and assures opportunities in education for every student, in every school, every day in the Snoqualmie Valley School District. Read more on our Previously Selected Charities page.

Northwest Railroad Museum The Northwest Railway Museum was founded in 1957. It is currently the largest and most comprehensive railroad museum in Washington State. More than 120,000 people were served by at least one program in 2017. It's mission is to develop and operate an outstanding railroad museum where the public can experience the excitement of a working railroad and see and understand the role of railroads in the development and settlement of Washington State and adjacent areas.

North Bend Art & Industry North Bend Art & Industry’s mission is to create a regional environment where people of all ages and backgrounds can explore and nurture their creativity and curiosity; providing the makerspace to widen their perspectives find fulfillment and establish social connections through mentoring, incubation, and innovation in the arts.

May 18, 2020 Meeting Nominations

February 3, 2020 Meeting Presenters

Winner: Hope Allowed

Hope Allowed’s mission is to nurture and uplift women out of pain and into a life of color and connection through education, training and mentoring. Our vision is to nurture and inspire hope and healing. We are a non profit organization dedicated to helping women permanently break the cycle of abuse by untangling distorted views abuse attaches to love. Our cornerstone is in the gentle wisdom of Sue Mocker, the founder and executive director of Hope Allowed. With us, you’re safe; feelings like hope are welcome, and allowed. Read more on our Previously Selected Charities page.

Snoqualmie Valley Community Network The Snoqualmie Valley Community Network's mission is to promote and inspire youth to lead safe, healthy, and successful lives.

Valley Animal Partners has assisted over 900 animals in the Upper and Lower Snoqualmie Valley in the past year. Their mission is to raise funds to help Snoqualmie Valley seniors, disabled, veterans and families with limited income, to spay or neuter, vaccinate, microchip and provide emergency medication for their pets.

February 3, 2020 Meeting Nominations

October 14, 2019 Meeting Presenters

WINNER: Snoqualmie Valley Shelter Services

Snoqualmie Valley Shelter Services is made up of community members who have a passion for helping men, women and families experiencing homelessness and poverty connect with the care and services they need.​ We currently manage two programs, the Snoqualmie Valley Winter Shelter and the Resource Center. Read more on our Previously Selected Charities page.

Snoqualmie Valley Community Network The Snoqualmie Valley Community Network's mission is to promote and inspire youth to lead safe, healthy, and successful lives.

Brain Injury Alliance of Washington The Brain Injury Alliance of Washington (BIAWA) is a small, nonprofit organization that has exhibited the power to do great things. The BIAWA was originally founded in 1982 as the Washington State Head Injury Foundation by family members determined to create a system of support for all Washingtonians affected by Brain Injury.

October 14, 2019 Meeting Nominations

May 21, 2019 Meeting Presenters

WINNER: Snoqualmie Valley Youth Center

Our mission is to provide a safe and secure location for outdoor oriented youth organizations, community groups and other non-profit organizations to hold meetings, store their equipment, conduct their programs, and to support activities geared towards outdoor education.

Read more on our Previously Selected Charities page.

Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation encourages excellence and assures opportunities in education for every student, in every school, every day in the Snoqualmie Valley School District.

American Cancer Society: Snoqualmie Valley

May 21, 2019 Meeting Nominations

March 5, 2019 Meeting Presenters

WINNER: Mt. Si Senior Center

Mt. Si Senior Center enhances the quality of life for older adults in the Snoqualmie Valley by providing a comprehensive network of services including health and wellness checks, fitness classes, information and assistance, social and recreational opportunities, educational programs, volunteerism, housing, and transportation.

We serve aging adults in North Bend, Snoqualmie, Fall City, and the surrounding areas. The center provides activities, social interaction, and a hot lunch on weekdays. Drop in and see what's going on!

Read more on our Previously Selected Charities page.

Snoqualmie Valley Youth Activities and Community Center Association (SVYAC) Our mission is to provide a safe and secure location for outdoor oriented youth organizations, community groups and other non-profit organizations to hold meetings, store their equipment, conduct their programs, and to support activities geared towards outdoor education.

Art Gallery of Sno Valley an artist run gallery in historic downtown Snoqualmie featuring paintings in a variety of mediums, designer jewelry, art glass, woodwork, ceramics and sculpture created by local artists. Exhibited artwork represents a wide range of prices and includes many items suitable for gift giving. Owned and operated by the Mt Si Artist Guild and Gallery, we offer visual art classes, painting workshops, and provide open studio space for both the established and emerging artists. We are also happy to be serving as the Visitor Information Center for the City of Snoqualmie. Please drop in!

March 5, 2019 Meeting Nominations

November 27, 2018 Meeting Presenters

WINNER: Days for Girls - Snoqualmie Chapter increases access to menstrual care and education by developing global partnerships, cultivating social enterprises, mobilizing volunteers, and innovating sustainable solutions that shatter stigmas and limitations for women and girls.Together, we're creating a world with dignity, health, and opportunity for all.Our movement has reached more than one million girls — and counting! With your help, we can reach Every Girl. Everywhere. Period.​

Read more on our Previously Selected Charities page.

Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation encourages excellence and assures opportunities in education for every student, in every school, every day in the Snoqualmie Valley School District.

Stewardship Partners creates people-based solutions that engage Puget Sound communities as caretakers of the land and water that sustain us.

November 27, 2018 Meeting Nominations

October 2, 2018 Meeting Presenters

WINNER: Pediatric Stroke Warriors is committed to serving the needs of children, their families and the medical professionals involved in their care. Family founded in 2015, Pediatric Stroke Warriors has grown into the largest childhood stroke related nonprofit based out of the Pacific Northwest Region. We are dedicated to a mission of building community awareness for pediatric stroke among general and medical communities alike, and hope and support to all impacted children and their families.

Read more on our Previously Selected Charities page.


Girls on the Run: This non-profit’s mission is to inspire girls to be joyful, healthy, and confident, using a fun, experienced-based curriculum which creatively integrates running. They envision a world where every girl knows and activates her limitless potential and is free to boldly pursue her dreams. Curriculum is set up for 2 groups of girls grades 3-5 and grades 6-8. This program will be in multiple Snoqualmie Valley schools this year. To find out more about Girls on the Run visit this website: http://girlsrun.org


Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club, (SNOVARC) works within the Snoqualmie Valley to provide communication if disaster occurs and landline phones, cellular phone networks, and the internet fail. Their 60 FCC licensed ham radio volunteers work with fire departments, school districts and city governments as well as King County Sheriff’s Office and Seattle Public Utilities. http://www.cdccc.us/

October 2, 2018 Meeting Nominations

May 22, 2018 Meeting Presenters

WINNER: Snoqualmie Firefighters Association - Stop the Bleed Program

Funding from 100wwc will pay for individual bleeding control kits for each of the classrooms at Mt Si and for larger kits for the middle schools and elementary schools. These will be available to potential first responders to prevent the loss of life due to potential scenes of violence. Read more on our Previously Selected Charities page.


Valley Animal Partners has assisted over 900 animals in the Upper and Lower Snoqualmie Valley in the past year. Their mission is to raise funds to help Snoqualmie Valley seniors, disabled, veterans and families with limited income, to spay or neuter, vaccinate, microchip and provide emergency medication for their pets. http://valleyanimalpartners.com/


Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club, (SNOVARC) works within the Snoqualmie Valley to provide communication if disaster occurs and landline phones, cellular phone networks, and the internet fail. Their 60 FCC licensed ham radio volunteers work with fire departments, school districts and city governments as well as King County Sheriff’s Office and Seattle Public Utilities. http://www.cdccc.us/

May 22, 2018 Meeting Nominations

March 6, 2018 Meeting Presenters

WINNER: Encompass would like to thank all the women of 100WWC for their generous donation towards our Parent Child Home Program! This home-based program supports school readiness, literacy development and positive parenting strategies for young children and families with success that has been measured all the way through high school. We are so grateful for your generosity. This donation will cover roughly a third of our remaining costs for the year for this program. The families and children of Encompass thank you! Read more on our Previously Selected Charities page.

Girls on the Run: This non-profit’s mission is to inspire girls to be joyful, healthy, and confident, using a fun, experienced-based curriculum which creatively integrates running. They envision a world where every girl knows and activates her limitless potential and is free to boldly pursue her dreams. Curriculum is set up for 2 groups of girls grades 3-5 and grades 6-8. This program will be in multiple Snoqualmie Valley schools this year. To find out more about Girls on the Run visit this website: http://girlsrun.org

North Bend Education and Cultural Association: NBECA is doing great things for students at both Mt Si High School and Two Rivers. Their mission is to support community events that promote local business, provide educational scholarships, and bring people together in service and celebration. Their goal is to build stronger, more inclusive and healthier communities. Students who hold a “C” or above average and are active in community service are awarded scholarships ranging from $500-$1,000.

March 6, 2018 Meeting Nominations