Community Investments

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COMMUNITY INVESTMENTS - 2.7M*

*Includes $707K funds directed by donors

 
 

$769K Invested in Community Impact

AmeriCorps VISTA, Anchor Community Initiative, Excelerate Success, Free Tax Prep, Vello, VolunteerSpokane.org
 

$438,500 Invested in Health to decrease levels of child abuse, neglect and domestic violence

Prevent child abuse and neglect The Salvation Army (Sally’s House), Transitions
 
Provide access to crisis intervention and recovery services for victims of domestic violence YWCA Spokane (Counseling Center)
 
Birth to 5 years old: Enable parents and caregivers to support healthy child development Joya Child & Family Development
 
Mitigate the impacts of Adverse Childhood Experiences  Daybreak Youth Services, Excelsior Wellness Center, Frontier Behavioral Health (FASST), Hospice of Spokane, Lutheran Community Services Northwest  (SAFeT + Child Welfare Services), TeamChild
 
Provide access to effective domestic violence perpetrator treatment services Spokane County Domestic Violence Court
 

$356,000 Invested in Financial Stability to improve the financial stability of families

People acquire and maintain stable, affordable housing  The Salvation Army, SNAP (Housing), Spokane Housing Authority,
 
People acquire and maintain skills that lead to family-sustaining employment  YWCA Spokane (Women’s Opportunity Center), INW Associated General Contractors
 
People gain and sustain assets  SNAP Financial Access, Second Harvest, Spokane Resource Center
 
Provide emergency services  American Indian Community Center, The Arc of Spokane, American Red Cross, Spokane Immigrant Rights Coalition
 
Provide a centralized information and referral system so people can access resources  Frontier Behavioral Health (211)
 

$445,500 Invested in Education to increase high school graduation rates

K to 12th grade: Provide access to high-quality out-of-school time programs  Camp Fire Inland Northwest, Martin Luther King, Jr. Family Outreach Center, Odyssey Youth Movement, Girl Scouts of E. Washington and N. Idaho and Refugee Connections Spokane
 
Birth to 5 years old: Provide access to high quality early learning programs   Community-Minded Enterprises, YMCA of the Inland Northwest
 
K to 12th grade: Provide targeted and effective prevention/intervention programs  Hillyard Youth Collaborative: Boys and Girls Clubs of Spokane County, Communities in Schools, Gonzaga University Center for Community Engagement, Spokane Public Schools
 
Birth to 5 years old: Connect parents to resources and support early learning for their children  Children’s Home Society of Washington
 
Improve equity in education systems and youth programs  Salish School of Spokane, Treehouse, Spokane Eastside Reunion Association (SERA)
 
Support access to a range of post-secondary opportunities  Next Generation Zone
 
 
June 2020