2019 INW Recipients
2019 Inland Northwest (INW) Community Partnership Fund Recipients
Program: Elementary Cross-Country Running Program
Active4Youth believes that by teaching sports and introducing healthy activities to children at a young age, we can begin to address the alarming rise of childhood obesity while providing children with a safe place to play after school.
Program: Capacity Building/Future Stabilization
One student matched with one mentor. The students and mentors develop a healthy, trusting relationship on regular outings together. They go to ball games, take walks, ride bikes, go on hikes, decorate pottery, museums and shows – the list is only limited by your imagination.
Program: Empowering local, at-risk youth with 1-1 Mentoring
You have the opportunity to help shape a child’s future for the better by empowering them to achieve. And the best part is, it can actually be a lot of fun. You and your Little can share the kinds of activities you already like to do. Whatever it is you enjoy, odds are you’ll enjoy them even more with your Little—and you’ll be making a life-changing impact.
Program: Police Activity League
The HUB Sports Center is a place to connect with your Community and a Cause. The HUB Sports Center is a nonprofit, community based regional sports venue, in partnership with other community non-profits, where youth, adults and seniors take part in a variety of events and activities.
Program: Pathway to Wellness
We believe wellness comes from a balance of spirit, mind and body, and that with connections and support, everyone, at every age, can make healthier choices.
Program: Ride to Health, Community Health Worker
SNAP (Spokane Neighborhood Action Partners) is the local and regional advocate for the most vulnerable people living within our community.
Program: State of Women and Children Project Education and Impact
Women Helping Women Fund (WHWF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering women and children to create healthy families and vibrant communities.
Program: Food 4 Thought
When local families, vulnerable youth, and impoverished elderly face significant obstacles Spokane Valley Partners is here to provide a safety net for those in need.
Program: Feeding Kids First
Fighting hunger, feeding hope: Second Harvest brings community resources together to feed people in need through empowerment, education and partnerships.
Program: Bite2Go & Bite2Go XL
It is the mission of At the Core to empower churches, businesses and organizations to successfully adopt schools in their community for the purpose of meeting the felt needs of children. Today, we are focusing our efforts on feeding needy children over the weekends through A Bite 2 Go.
Program: St. Margaret’s Shelter for Homeless Families
St. Margaret’s Shelter, a program of Catholic Charities Spokane, is an emergency and transitional shelter for families.
Program: Supportive Emergency Shelter Services & Housing Homeless Families
From the moment a family is homeless until three years after they are in a home, Family Promise of Spokane is helping homeless families with a holistic offering of programs that focuses on the family because of our host of Volunteers.
Program: Hope House Respite Program
Volunteers of America of Eastern Washington & Northern Idaho is devoted to ending homelessness by uplifting people and meeting needs. Through innovative, life changing services, we provide opportunities for people to rebuild their lives and fulfill their potential.
Program: Healthy People, Healthy Pets
Washington State University’s health sciences campus in Spokane offers degree programs in medicine, nursing, pharmacy, speech and hearing sciences, and nutrition and exercise physiology.
Program: Housing and Shelter Program
The Salvation Army’s mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
Program: Soaring to Wellness: Healthier Communities through Community-Campus Dental Hygeine Partnerships
The Eastern Washington University Foundation (a 501c3) is responsible for all fundraising activity on behalf of Eastern Washington University. It seeks to engage EWU alumni and friends in philanthropic support of the university’s mission: to prepare broadly-educated, technologically-proficient and highly-productive citizens to attain meaningful careers, to enjoy enriched lives and to make contributions to a culturally-diverse society.
Program: Healthy Smiles Community Education Project
The Spokane District Dental Society Foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote improved oral health and increased opportunities for delivery of dental care to those in need in our community.
Program: Recovery Café Spokane
We lead statewide outreach to low-income, multi-ethnic and marginalized communities, through partnerships and direct communication. We work with individuals like yourself in a variety of innovative programs, to help you overcome barriers that stand between you and your ability to reach your full potential.
Program: Pioneer Supportive Housing & Services
Pioneer supports criminal justice-involved individuals with the services needed to successfully re-enter our communities. Our mission is to provide individuals with criminal histories the opportunity to lead healthy, productive lives.
Program: Victim Advocacy & Education
Lutheran Community Services Northwest makes our world a safer, healthier and more hopeful place to live for us all. We help vulnerable children, families, immigrants and others overcome life’s most difficult challenges to become flourishing members of society.
Program: Children’s Advocacy Center
Compelled by the mission to prevent, interrupt and repair cycles of abuse and neglect within families, Partners is a social safety net for abused and neglected children with the capability to provide holistic supportive family services to all families across the Inland Northwest.
Program: Women’s Hearth Day Center
Transitional Programs for Women (dba Transitions) is a 501 (c) (3) organization registered with the state of Washington (UBI 601435721). Our mission is to work 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 Bakery Cafe, and Home Yard Cottages.
Program: Trauma Informed Professional Development, Consultation and Support
The Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery provides safety for children, strengthens families and creates a healthier community in an environment of unconditional love.
Program: Healthcare Setting Domestic Violence Response
The YWCA Spokane is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.