Sunriver Women's Club (SRWC)

SUNRIVER, OR   |  http://www.sunriverwomensclub.org

Mission

The SRWC is an all volunteer organization that combines a philanthropic mission with social enrichment of its members and communities. The SRWC views its philanthropy program as an investment toward the betterment of our community. We strive to have a philanthropy program that develops a strong network of services in south Deschutes County that will improve the lives of our neighbors and have lasting impact in the community. Since 1999, the SRWC philanthropy program has awarded nearly $750,000 to organizations serving south Deschutes County. The SRWC supports nonprofits whose work primarily provides basic necessities in south Deschutes County to women, children, families and seniors.

Ruling year info

2009

SRWC President

Nancy Fischer

Main address

PO BOX 3334

SUNRIVER, OR 97707 USA

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EIN

51-0186089

NTEE code info

Philanthropy / Charity / Voluntarism Promotion (General) (T50)

IRS filing requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

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Programs and results

What we aim to solve

SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

The Sunriver Women’s Club views its philanthropy program as an investment toward the betterment of our community. We strive to have a philanthropy program that develops a strong network of services in south Deschutes County that will improve the lives of our neighbors and have lasting impact in the community. The SRWC philanthropy program funds two core areas: 1) essential services that support our most vulnerable citizens designed to protect and improve the lives of women, children, families and seniors in our community and 2) programs that improve access to quality programs for at-risk children and youth that prepare them for kindergarten, help them succeed in school and support them out of school. In the past year, 56% of the funds raised by the SRWC were granted to programs providing food & shelter and 46% supported programs for children and youth.

Our programs

SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

What are the organization's current programs, how do they measure success, and who do the programs serve?

Community Grant Program

The community grant program supports nonprofits providing services in south Deschutes County. Grants support nonprofits wishing to initiate a new program in south Deschutes County, enable organizations to expand services to south Deschutes County or provide on-going support for essential services. In 2020, the SRWC awarded $50,000 to 15 nonprofit organizations with grants ranging from $1,000 to $5,500.

There are five priority areas for the SRWC grant program for 2021. These include programs addressing food insecurity, child abuse prevention and intervention, education, mental health and secure housing.

Population(s) Served
Families
Seniors
Children and youth

The SRWC Power of 100+ program was initiated in September 2018 as a way for club members and members of the community to make a larger contribution to a specific need in the community. The program is based on 100+ people each donating $100 resulting in an impactful $10,000+ donation to a signature project selected by the SRWC membership. In its first year, the program funded two projects at $10,000 each. Fundraising is currently underway for our third Power of 100+ project benefitting NeighborImpact’s Fresh to You Mobile Food Pantry. This program brings the mobile fresh food pantry to La Pine Community Health Center's clients that have diet modifiable diseases such as Type II diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and obesity. Nutritional education is included.

Population(s) Served
Economically disadvantaged people
People with diseases and illnesses

The COVID-19 Nonprofit Emergency Fund was initiated in March 2020 to assist nonprofits in meeting the increased demand for services during the COVID-19 pandemic without jeopardizing their future stability. To date, the fund has distributed $16,000 in emergency assistance to six nonprofits providing support for meals for seniors and families, prescriptions for un-insured or under-insured, utility assistance and mortgage assistance.

Population(s) Served
Families
Unemployed people

Where we work

Financials

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Sunriver Women's Club (SRWC)

Board of directors
as of 10/28/2021
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Nancy Fischer

Laurel Brennen

Development and Marketing Professional, retired

Cindy McCabe

Liz LeCuyer

Professor and Nurse Practitioner, retired

Lynne Haroun

Environmental Consultant, retired

Lauri Cullum

Contract Specialist, retired

Leslie Fuhrman

Advertising and Purchasing Professional, retired

Gwen Gamble

Teacher, retired

Kris Besson

Nonprofit Director, retired

Shirley Olson

Educational Consultant

Cheryl Storm

Professor and Behavioral Health Therapist, retired