Kirkland Woman’s Club in a non-profit philanthropic organization that focuses on providing a positive impact to the community. The club’s strength is on teamwork, personal growth, empowerment and community improvement. Women of all ages, races and religions comprise the club.
We are a group for women and love to socialize, grow together and give back to the community.
The Kirkland Woman’s Club announced with great pleasure their receipt of grant funding for a professional needs assessment of their Kirkland Landmark Building, constructed in 1925. The needs assessment includes an analysis of the structure and electrical system by architects and engineers, with their recommendation for repairs and upgrades along with cost estimates.
Club members plan to use the assessment as a roadmap for any necessary repairs. The group anticipates following these repairs with a number of aesthetic improvements.
Grant funding for the project was awarded by 4Culture, a Seattle organization that distributes grants for a variety of cultural and building preservation projects. These funds are generated by lodging tax revenue collected by King County and then funneled back into the community through the award of grants.