This blogsite has been replaced with our new website at:  www.wovwashington.org (and click through to South Puget Sound.) However, please feel free to browse this blog and the links here for historical information on our chapter!

Women of Vision is a volunteer ministry of World Vision that educates, inspires and equips women to use their God-given resources in compassionate, mutually life-changing service to impoverished and oppressed women and children worldwide.
The South Puget Sound chapter, formed in 2009, includes the south Seattle suburbs from Burien to Tacoma; Olympia; valley areas from Kent to Puyallup; southwest to Gig Harbor; and surrounding areas.

Joining Women of Vision offers you a chance to participate in a fresh and meaningful way in a movement which connects women not only locally, but worldwide. You will engage with women and children in some of the neediest places on earth and in your own community. As a Woman of Vision you will have access to the best and most current information, learn from renowned experts, use your voice to advocate and raise awareness, support projects that are transforming lives, and even travel, if you choose, to see first hand how your involvement makes a difference.

Please take time to explore our website and follow the SPS blog, as well as the Women of Vision National organization website and blog. Sign up to receive weekly educational updates; read our bi-monthly newsletter, WOVen; participate in studies, conferences and conference calls; and plan your next trip with us! Rejoice that as you engage and grow, you are making life better for another woman or girl - perhaps you will be the answer to her prayers.

Contact us:
Women of Vision Helpdesk:  1-877-968-4968
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