The 2023 People Who Care event will take place on Tuesday, October 10th, from Noon to 1pm, at The Davenport Grand.

People Who Care is Transitions’ largest fundraiser of the year, helping support all of our local efforts throughout the rest of the year. Join us for an hour to get a glimpse into the world of Transitions, hear inspiring stories from the community, and help support our mission in Spokane!

We Need Your Help

We use the funds raised from People Who Care to help fund our efforts in Spokane, working to end poverty and homelessness for women and children. Please consider joining us on Tuesday, October 10th at Noon at The Davenport Grand for an impactful hour.

EduCare 2023

Our Values

Every year, we choose a different theme from our core values for our People Who Care Event. This year, we have chosen to focus on “Justice”. 

Respect for Human Dignity

We believe in the dignity and inherent worth of individuals and respect their right to self-determination.


We believe that the fullness of each person is realized in relationship with others.

Growth & Wholeness

We believe each individual is a work in progress on a journey toward integration of mind, body and spirit, with the hope of financial stability, emotional, physical and spiritual peace.


We believe in advocating for what is right, honest and moral both for whom we serve and with whom we serve.

Our Mission

Transitions works to end poverty and homelessness for women and children in Spokane.

We pursue this mission through the operation of the Women’s Hearth, Transitional Living Center, EduCare, Miryam’s House, New Leaf Kitchen & Café, and Home Yard Cottages.

Women Obtained Housing
Women Found Employment
Women Furthered Education
Women & Children Served
people talking at tables set with serveware at People Who Care fundraiser

Become a Table Captain

Table Captains play a key role in our People Who Care event, pledging to fill a table with friends. Become a Table Captain and invite your friends and family to attend this year’s event. It’s easy–simply bring 7 guests to sit at your table of 8.


Sister Sue has been a key part of our People Who Care events throughout the years, and a huge benefit to the event as a Table Captain.

Over the years, she has volunteered in a variety of ways to help support the work of Transitions. Becoming a table captain is one of those ways that you can help too! If you are looking for a way to get involved and help your community, becoming a Table Captain is an easy way to do just that!

Help Us Help Spokane

We know you want to help your community during this challenging time, and we would love your help to make this event successful. How can you help us?

• Experience the event!

• Volunteer as a Table Captain and bring your friends, family, co-workers, anyone!

two women smiling and embracing each other


Thank you to everyone who supports Transitions, both for PWC and throughout the year. We couldn’t do what we do without you. From us, the individuals we work to assist, and the entire community, we thank you!

A special thanks to our “Justice” level sponsors:

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