Women United

Behind every great woman... are the women who have her back!

There is power when women come together and it's been proven over and over in studies that women who support women are more successful overall! Collectively, we can make a larger impact in business and in our community. We, at United Way, are harnessing all of the empowering energy in Clallam County to form a Women's United affinity group where we can come together, build skills, raise each other up and channel the power of collaboration...and have a ton of fun doing it! This is an all inclusive safe space where we support each other and feel welcome to have a voice.


Galentine's Day 2024 Recap!

Photos are now available from Galentine's 2024 thanks to our incredible photographer, Lexie J. Winters Photography. See our favorites or view the entire album at the button below. 

Fundraising numbers are also available! Click below for all the deets.



Serving Victims of Domestic Violence

Watch the video below to learn about the vitally important work our partner, Healthy Families of Clallam County, does in Clallam County for victims of domestic and sexual violence, and general crimes.




About Women United


Join us for the opportunity to build your business, become a better leader and learn new skills at our quarterly meetings.


Make and foster connections with women willing to support and guide you in your career and life. This is a safe space to share your struggles, give and get advice, and celebrate each other’s wins. Whether you need help navigating your new normal at work or are looking for support from women who understand what you're going through, Women United will give you the boost we all need.


Join us for the opportunity to meet like minded women, build your business and strengthen your network!


Our Women United affinity group aims to represent every race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, ability, and religion; reflect a spectrum of gender identity; and connect across Clallam County. We wholly commit to being anti-racist and anti-oppressive so that, through our genuine connections, we are affirmed as we strive to make our community better and support each other! 



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Contact Jaycie Wakefield, Development Director
jaycie@unitedwayclallam.org or (360) 457-3011