The 2016-2017 Women Helping Women Fund
Mental Health Mentoring Project
Agency: Big Brothers, Big Sisters of the Inland Northwest
In collaboration with EWU and utilizing newly designed training program to study the impact of mentoring children with mental health issues.
Women's Educational Assistance Program (WEAP)
Agency: Community Colleges of Spokane Foundation
Assist female students to become self-sufficient and more independent by providing access to services not otherwise available.
Paths to Prosperity
Agency: Daybreak Youth Services
Helping youth to maintain sobriety, finish their education and create a life plan for self-sufficiency.
Building Bright Futures; Preschool Projects
Agency: Northeast Youth Center
Add STEM curriculum to preschool program and continue to offer scholarships for low income participants.
Agency: The Salvation Army
Increase capacity of receiving facility for children 2-12 years of age that are removed from their home due to abuse, neglect, abandonment or criminal activity.
Early Intervention for Children with Hearing Loss
Agency: Spokane HOPE
Serving children with hearing loss through in-home LSL services thus reducing speech and language delays and helping them develop language on-par with their peers.
Drop-in day center provides low-income, homeless women safety, services, support and skills to attain personal and financial stability leading to a more secure life.
Youth Development Program
Agency: West Central Community Center
Engaging youth in a fun and relevant way, helping them become more resilient against poverty's harmful effects, while giving them a safe place to learn and grow outside of school.
Agency: Women & Children's Free Restaurant
Provides nutritious, whole food meals in a dignified and supportive setting in addition to offering on-site nutrition education opportunities.
Agency: Young Life
Mentor and support teen parents to empower and inspire them to new trajectories in life, parenting and for their futures.