Innovia Foundation recently awarded $393,038 in scholarships to students throughout Eastern Washington and North Idaho for the 2023-2024 school year. Innovia manages over 30 scholarship programs on behalf of donors who have established funds to help students achieve their higher education goals.
Innovia Foundation is among four local funders making donations today totaling $200,000 to assist communities affected by regional wildfires. Additional funding partners include Washington Trust Bank, STCU’s Here for Good Foundation, and Premera Blue Cross. Each is making a gift of $50,000 to the Wildfire Emergency Response Fund at Innovia.
Innovia Foundation has opened a Wildfire Emergency Response Fund to support nonprofit organizations, businesses and community organizations working to meet the needs of those impacted by current wildfires in the region.
Innovia Foundation has awarded $1,129,712 in grants to 126 organizations in Eastern Washington and North Idaho through the Community Grant Program.
Innovia Foundation has opened registration for a two-part Community Book Club series this spring to encourage thoughtful conversations amid polarizing times.
A valued partner of Innovia Foundation, STCU has established a charitable fund at Innovia to ensure its 89-year tradition of community giving continues in perpetuity.
Community Grants Program now open for application Spokane, Wash. (Jan. 5, 2023) – Innovia, the community foundation serving 20 counties in Eastern Washington and North Idaho, is currently accepting applications for funding through its annual Community Grants Program. Grants totaling more than $1 million will be awarded in the following impact areas: Arts and Culture,
Flexible community funds established to ignite generosity in Ferry, Stevens and Pend Oreille Counties
Flexible community funds established to ignite generosity in Ferry, Stevens and Pend Oreille Counties Spokane, Wash. (Dec. 21, 2022) — Innovia Foundation is pleased to announce two new community funds and the restructuring of a third to support the greatest needs and opportunities for three counties in Northeast Washington. Inspired by Innovia’s 5% Transfer of
Innovia Foundation announces three new directors to its board, including Helo Hancock, Margo Hill and Patricia Wright.
On Sunday, September 4, 2022, the tragic loss of Sandy Williams, a distinguished civil rights activist, journalist and community leader, left a tremendous void in our community. Her visionary leadership and tenacious pursuit of equity and justice impacted countless lives. With reverence to her indelible legacy, Innovia is honored to announce that it has established and seeded a new $10,000 endowment, the Sandy Williams Fund for the Carl Maxey Center.