Like minded groups, Nonprofits, and Advocates.
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- SpokaneCares.org This is a guide to volunteering and community resources.
2. snapwa.org 212 S. Wall. 509-624-4282 SNAP, there is something for everyone.
3. Spokane Homeless Connect. Contact through this page. This is a Facebook page and you must have a Facebook account.
4. Hope House. 111 West 3rd Ave, Spokane, Wa 99201 An emergency shelter for women only. 509-455-2886
5. House of Charity. 12 East 5th Avenue Spokane, Wa 509-358-4250 An all mens emergency shelter with many awesome programs to help others.
6. Truth Ministries. 1910 East Sprague Spokane, Wa. 509-456-2576 another all mens emergency shelter.
7. The ORION Project. Our Facebook link. You must have a Facebook page to access the content.
8) KYRS Thin Air Radio. A wonderful place that gives the underserved a voice.
9) Vanessa Behan crisis nursery. The Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery supports children in vulnerable situations.
10) Crosswalk Volunteers of America a wonderful place that helps Homeless teens.
11) YWCA woman’s shelter is a Women and Children emergency shelter here in Spokane.
12) CHAS Health. is a clinic that provides medical care to those in poverty.
13) Oxford house. is a unique shelter helping addicts and their recovery programs.
14) Charity Watch. A nonprofit that exposes fraud charities and advocates for the donor.
15) Juneteenth Central Washington A anti Human trafficking nonprofit. Awesome advocates and volunteers.
16) R.I.S.E. Resources to Initiate Successful Employment. These people help the vulnerable get employment. Facebook only.
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