Thank You to the following members and friends for supporting the 2020 Celebration.

  • Candice Ambrosio

  • Betty Barats

  • Kirsten Barron

  • Jill Bernstein

  • Janice Catrell

  • Robert Clark

  • Carol Comeau

  • Caroline Correa

  • Carol Dukes

  • Jayne & Bill Freudenberger

  • Karen Funston

  • Kathy Gablehouse

  • Elsie Heinrick

  • Robin & Annette Holcomb

  • Elaine Hornal

  • Marge Laidlaw

  • Sherri Lambert

  • Martha Mills

  • Sue Ming

  • Marlene Orlick

  • Lynne Rein

  • John Whitmer

League was the first organization I joined within weeks of coming to Whatcom County in 1977. As a newcomer I knew, from past experience in another state, that League was the impartial group to have respectful discussions on issues impacting our everyday lives.
I’m happy to support the 2020 Celebration!.

– Marge Laidlaw

Contribute to the 2020 Centennial Celebration

Honor your foremothers who fought for the right to vote with a contribution to the League of Women Voters® of Bellingham/Whatcom County. Celebrating 100 years of Defending Democracy - and the work goes on.

Your contribution may be made to the League of Women Voters® of Washington Education Fund which is a 501(c)3 organization that operates separately from the League of Women Voters of Washington. Contributions to the LWV of Washington Education Fund may be tax deductible and can be designated to the League of Women Voters® of Bellingham/Whatcom projects. ( Allison to complete this function.

Should we also offer an option to donate to our League’s general fund and tag it as a 2020 project contribution? )


A little history

A League of Women Voters of Bellingham was founded in 1956 and it later became the League of Women Voters of Bellingham/Whatcom County. The League has been an active positive influence in our community since its founding.

The League is a grassroots organization and depends on our members and volunteers to implement our program.

Empowering Voters & Defending Democracy