Organizations in the Great Spokane Area whose mission aligns with the Windermere Foundation mission are encouraged to fill out the application linked above and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Allocations are made during Q1 of each year by a committee of representative from each Spokane Office.
"Through God and unconditional hope, we endeavor to reach, bless, and offer love to the homeless and less fortunate by restoring purpose and dignity to the hearts of the homeless in our community and the communities around the world." ( We are not a religious organization, we are proudly faith based. )
Second Harvest works closely with a growing number of community partners to fill the gap by providing Bite2Go and AtTheCore food supplies over the weekend during the school year. Every Friday, staff members at participating schools put the packages of kid-friendly food discreetly in the backpacks of students in need.
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. With roots of compassion dating back over 60 years, Spokane Valley Partners has grown to meet the needs of the community as the largest social services agency in Spokane Valley.
Windermere Foundation is happy to support Volunteers of America and their Crosswalk GED program. This program provides one on one instructor who teaches for more than just a test. Last month (2/22) they had 9 graduates. In 2021, 46% of students who graduated went on to higher education. Students also receive wrap around services including food, transportation, housing assistance and school supplies.
This is the Spokane Windermere Foundations first year working with Greater Good Northwest and we are so happy to see what they are doing in the CVSD.
Funds will go towards ongoing events for low income and homeless families at the SAFE Center. Their focus will be to engage with them in organic fun ways (games and dinners) and bring awareness of how to utilize the SAFE Center.
If You Could Save Just One is a non-profit that provides basic needs, relationships, and a safe community for youth to learn and grow.
They aim to empower youth and their families to write their own stories. With the support of the community, they have been able to touch the lives of over 7,000 youth.
Spokane Windermere Foundation is helping to fund the purchases of the necessary supplies for the programs offered in aet, music, dance, cosmetology, STEM, video production, photo editing, and other areas.
In June, Truth Ministries will celebrate 18 years running a homeless shelter. They have 70 adult men staying at the shelter nightly where they are provided dinner, a shower, a warm meal, bed, and cereal in the morning. They partner with Frontier Behavioral Health, Chas Clinic, Snap, and city police and hospitals to help these men get the support they need. Truth Ministries has seen many get on their feet and have stayed in contact with most once they have moved on from the shelter. The homeless is family to them, and they believe that is why they have seen their success stories.