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Bonner County

Tough As Nails

Caryn Bothman and her family established the nonprofit, Tough As Nails. A community grant from Innovia made their most recent project possible.

Making Connections at Camp

Through the Equinox Foundation Grant Program at Innovia, the Coeur d’Alene-based Human Rights Education Institute (HREI) was awarded $15,000 to host a pilot for its “I AM Program” to support at-risk youth in Bonner County, Idaho.

Creating Stability and Fostering Collaboration in Sandpoint

For many hard-working people, an unanticipated event like a car breakdown, illness or accident can escalate into a crisis, particularly when access to support and assistance are not easily available. Linnis Jellinek understands that well. As Director of the Community Resource EnVision Center (CREC), Jellinek is dedicated to providing help to those in need and ensuring that the process is streamlined and accessible to all.

Cultivating Potential Sustaining Fund

Pamela Javier never hesitates to put the needs of others before herself. Whether she is caring for her infant daughter or volunteering at a local charity, her compassionate heart and determined spirit are hard at work. As a young mother and first-generation Asian American college student, Pamela dreams of becoming a registered nurse.

Offering Childcare and Hope in North Idaho

The relief of not having to worry about what essentials I have to cut out or skimp on to pay childcare was huge for my family,” says one grateful parent who received an emergency childcare scholarship through a program of United Way of North Idaho.

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