COVID-19 Response and Recovery Funds award $746,012 to 165 organizations in Eastern Washington and North Idaho

Innovia Foundation today announced 165 grants totaling $746,012 from the COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Funds for Eastern Washington and North Idaho.

This is the second round of grants from the Response and Recovery Funds and is directed to nonprofit and grassroots organizations, as well as tribal entities, schools and other government agencies, that are on the front lines of the COVID-19 response and recovery efforts. Grants focused on childcare and youth, food assistance needs, support for immigrant and refugee communities, mental health resources and small business support.

The COVID-19 Response and Recovery Funds are hosted at Innovia Foundation in partnership with Empire Health Foundation and Spokane County United Way in Eastern Washington, and Equinox Foundation and Avista Foundation in North Idaho.

Grants from the COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Funds are administered in partnership with regional community advisory groups consisting of residents and leaders from health, business, education and human services sectors. Thanks to the generosity of local, regional and national funding partners, the funds for Eastern Washington and North Idaho have surpassed $2.7 million.

Businesses, individuals and organizations can donate and find additional information about the COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Funds for Eastern Washington and North Idaho at

Establishing Partners:

“The amount of money raised because of the generosity of our community is inspiring. The ability to distribute dollars quickly to nonprofits in our community that are working daily to support families during these difficult times is a priority for Innovia Foundation, Empire Health Foundation and United Way,” said Spokane County United Way President and CEO Tim Henkel. “We all know there is more work to do to support the most marginalized and low-income members of our community who are adversely affected by this outbreak and we will continue to partner to strengthen people’s ability to respond and recover.”

“As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, we remain very concerned about ongoing health and financial impacts, particularly among communities of color. Our second-round funding priorities are largely focused on organizations serving adults and children in these communities, where deep disparities remain,” said Empire Health Foundation Interim President Jeff Bell. “I want to thank the Spokane County COVID-19 Advisory Committee and funders’ staff for the tremendous work in making difficult and thoughtful decisions.”

“These funds are helping to address the urgent, basic needs that have surfaced during the COVID-19 global pandemic and Better Health Together is glad to contribute. We see this as a starting point for community collaboration,” said Better Health Together Executive Director Alison Poulsen. “We challenge funders and leaders to address systemic racism that exacerbates health inequities in our communities of color.”

“The second round of COVID-19 grants continues to address the most urgent needs in our region and supports organizations doing the work on the ground,” said Innovia Foundation CEO Shelly O’Quinn. “As our region enters into the recovery phase, we are reminded of the strength of community and collaboration as we collectively make these grants thoughtfully and strategically with over 100 regional volunteers and trusted voices.”

“Equinox Foundation is proud to be part of this collaborative effort,” said Equinox Foundation Board President Julie Meyer. “The partners and funders involved recognize that we can have greater impact by working together and are committed to assisting the most marginalized and vulnerable members of our community who are adversely affected by this outbreak.”

“This crisis has further exposed and deepened the economic and health inequities in our region. Our funding partners recognize this reality and have prioritized many of these funds to support organizations that are trusted in their communities to address the needs of our most vulnerable citizens,” said Todd Kiesbuy, Avista’s Regional Business Manager for North Idaho. “These resources will be directed to the people who need it most. The level of cooperation and communication among the funders is truly remarkable and Avista is honored to be part of this effort.”

COVID-19 Response and Recovery Funding partners: Innovia Foundation, Empire Health Foundation, Spokane County United Way, Avista Foundation, Ballmer Group, Bank of America, BECU, Better Health Together, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Burlington Northern, Blue Cross of Idaho Foundation, Columbia Bank, Community Building Foundation, Cowles Company, Delta Dental of Washington, Equinox Foundation, Health Sciences & Services Authority of Spokane County, Itron, Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation, MultiCare Health System, M.J. Murdock Charitable Foundation, Mountain West Bank, Numerica Credit Union, Perigee Fund, PotlatchDeltic Corporation, Premera Blue Cross, Providence Health Care, STCU, Umpqua Bank, Washington Trust Bank, Wells Fargo and Women Helping Women Fund, and dozens of generous individual donors from our communities.

Grant Awards:

Council RegionAmountOrganizationProgram NameCityState
1 $1,500Chewelah Chamber of Commerceto support local businesses by supplying them with PPEChewelahWashington
1 $2,000Chewelah Faith Resources Groupto increase delivery of food to the local communityChewelahWashington
1 $10,000Colville Now c/o Colville Chamber of Commerceto support local economic resilience for local businessesColvilleWashington
1$900Colville Seventh-day Adventist Churchto support food distribution to members of the Colville communityColvilleWashington
1 $4,000Colville Togetherto support local businesses by providing a locally based online platformColvilleWashington
1 $20,000Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservationto provide COVID-19 relief and recoveryColvilleWashington
1 $2,000Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservationto provide remote learning resources for students of the Colville TribeNespelemWashington
1$500Emergency Food Bank of Ioneto provide non-perishable food items and produce to elderly and low-income families residing in North Pend Oreille CountyIoneWashington
1 $1,000Farm to Food Pantryto cover costs of transporting food to communities throughout the Tri-County area impacted by COVID-19ColvilleWashington
1 $2,850Ferry County Search And Rescue-CERTto provide volunteers with PPE and emergency response materialsRepublicWashington
1 $1,500Friends of Stonerose Fossilsto provide personal protective equipment and other safety-related items necessary to provide educational opportunities during the summerRepublicWashington
1 $2,000Hospitality House Council on Agingto provide food vouchers for customers of the Hospitality HouseNewportWashington
1 $20,000Kalispel Tribe of Indiansto provide COVID-19 relief and recoveryUskWashington
1 $1,000Kalispel Tribe of Indiansto re-stock the Kalispel Kupboard food bankUskWashington
1 $13,240Mary Walker School District 207for a refrigerated trailer to continue delivery of meals throughout the community and to support ongoing mental health counseling for students  SpringdaleWashington
1 $5,000NEW Health Programs Associationto provide PPE for staff and patientsChewelahWashington
1 $8,000Newport Hospital and Health Services Foundationto support communication infrastructure for residents to remotely connect with families and primary care providersNewportWashington
1 $1,000Northport Food Bankto provide non-perishable and nutritional produce to members of the Northport, Onion Creek, Flat Creek and Deep Lake communitiesNorthportWashington
1 $5,000Pend Oreille Paramedicsto provide COVID testing kits for their remote paramedicine servicesNewportWashington
1 $1,000Providence Northeast Washington Hunger Coalitionto cover costs associated with distribution of food to 15 member pantries in the Tri-County areaColvilleWashington
1 $5,060Public Libraries in Eastern Washingtonto provide personal protective equipment for Stevens and Pend Oreille librariesLoon LakeWashington
1 $1,000Republic Eagles Auxiliary #68 – Food Is Love Fundto provide nutritious food to the residents of Ferry CountyRepublicWashington
1 $2,000Selkirk School Districtto support remote learning opportunities for studentsMetaline FallsWashington
1 $2,000Town of Cusickto provide addition of sanitary equipment, services and education to town of CusickCusickWashington
1 $5,000Tri County Community Health Fundto provide supplies, personal protective equipment, testing and other resources to the homeless populationColvilleWashington
2 $5,000American Indian Community Centerto provide basic needs and PPESpokaneWashington
2 $4,000Camp Fire Inland Northwestto assist with increased costs associated with safely operating summer campSpokane ValleyWashington
2 $20,000Carl Maxey Centerto create a part-time, temporary community support position to assist African American business owners to identify and access resources.SpokaneWashington
2 $2,000Cheney Food Bankto provide food support  CheneyWashington
2 $2,000Colbert Presbyterian Churchto provide food supportColbertWashington
2 $3,000College Success Foundation – Spokaneto provide assistance to youth and families to meet basic needs, including food, housing assistance, testing fees and college deposits  SpokaneWashington
2 $7,637Community Health Association of Spokane (dba, CHAS Health)to provide air purification at Market Street Clinic to provide safe environmentSpokaneWashington
2 $20,000Community-Minded Enterprisesto create a fund to provide assistance to child care organizationsSpokaneWashington
2 $2,500Compassionate Addiction Treatmentto provide food and medical supplies to support those who are homeless and who need addiction treatmentSpokaneWashington
2 $1,000Comunidad Cristiana de Spokaneto provide basic needs for families and individualsSpokane ValleyWashington
2 $3,000Cup of Cool Waterto ensure youth and young adults who are homeless in Spokane have access to food, clothing, showers, hygiene and personal care items, and laundry services while safeguarding their potential exposure to COVID-19SpokaneWashington
2 $1,750Darfur community groupto provide basic needs and PPESpokaneWashington
2 $10,000Express School Age Child Care Programs – Spokane Public Schoolsto provide free child care for first respondersSpokaneWashington
2 $5,000Feast Collective (fiscally sponsored by Smith-Barbieri Progressive Fund)to support staff time of head chef in order to serve more refugee familiesSpokaneWashington
2 $2,000Feed Medical Lake – ministry of St. John Lutheran Churchto provide food supportMedical LakeWashington
2 $1,000Find Solution Organizationto provide basic needsSpokaneWashington
2 $5,000Freeman School District #358to provide access to technology via Chromebooks and services to support virtual learningSpokaneWashington
2 $10,000Gonzaga University- Center for Community Engagementpartnering with Sodexo, to provide meals to go in Stevens Elementary community.SpokaneWashington
2 $4,000Inland Northwest Council Boy Scouts of America 611to assist with increased costs associated with safely operating summer camp  SpokaneWashington
2 $2,000Inland Northwest Juneteenth Coalitionto meet basic needs of familiesAirway HeightsWashington
2 $8,000Joya Child & Family Developmentto provide PPE and specialized equipment to meet immediate need for safe home visitsSpokaneWashington
2 $5,000Latinos en Spokaneto distribute household cleaning supplies, hygiene products and PPESpokaneWashington
2 $3,000Martin Luther King Jr. Family Outreach Centerto provide emergency childcare to children in needSpokaneWashington
2 $5,000Millwood Impactto provide food for families in need, via 800 elementary food packsSpokane valleyWashington
2 $7,500Ministerial Fellowship of Spokane/ Morning Star Baptist Churchto provide support for individuals and families in need as a result of COVID-19 impactsSpokaneWashington
2 $5,000Multi-Ethnic Business Association – AHANAto provide outreach to business owners to provide consultation, education and assistance in response to COVID-19 impactsSpokaneWashington
2 $5,000NAMI Spokaneto increase access to remote mental health care classes and support groupsSpokaneWashington
2 $1,000New Life Hmong Alliance Church  to provide basic needs  SpokaneWashington
2 $1,250Nigerian American Association Inland Northwestto provide basic needs and PPESpokaneWashington
2 $10,000Northeast Community Centerto provide PPE and other items to support public safetySpokaneWashington
2 $2,500Northwest Kenya associationto provide basic needsSpokaneWashington
2 $5,000Odyssey Youth Movementto support online connections with vulnerable populations and basic needs supportSpokaneWashington
2 $7,500Pilgrim Slavic Baptist MB churchto provide support for individuals and families in need as a result of COVID-19 impacts  SpokaneWashington
2 $5,000Planned Parenthood of Greater Washington and North Idaho (PPGWNI)to provide basic need items and assist Latinx individuals with interpretation access to other community resourcesSpokaneWashington
2 $5,000Refugee Connections Spokaneto provide outreach to Marshallese community, which is experiencing hotspot COVID-19 outbreakSpokaneWashington 
2 $5,000Salem Arms Community Housingto help with rental assistanceSpokaneWashington
2 $1,500SAN – Spokane AIDS Networkto provide fresh, healthy foodSpokaneWashington
2 $5,000Solaceto provide enhancement to app that will increase access to relevant information for the transgender communitySpokaneWashington
2 $1,500South Sudanese Community in Spokaneto provide basic needs and PPESpokaneWashington
2 $3,000Spark Centralto provide access to education programs for youth in the West Central neighborhoodSpokaneWashington
2 $5,000Spectrumto provide funding for an LGBTQ Community Health WorkerSpokaneWashington
2 $2,000Spokane Area Jewish Family Servicesto meet basic needs of individuals and familiesSpokaneWashington
2 $2,500Spokane Eastside Reunion Association (SERA)to provide restaurant job training for youthSpokaneWashington
2 $5,000Spokane Karen Baptist Churchto provide basic needsSpokaneWashington
2 $20,000Spokane Tribe of Indiansto provide COVID-19 relief and recovery
2 $7,500Spokane Valley Partnersto provide support for individuals and families in need as a result of COVID-19 impactsSpokane ValleyWashington
2 $10,000Stand Washingtonto provide mental health and SEL supports, as well as a stronger focus on ESL parents and families. Workshops will be provided in Marshallese, Spanish and Russian, and a student-led listening session to better understand students’ ongoing needsSeattleWashington
2 $5,000TEAM Riverside School Districtto provide educational access via hotspots, ChromebooksChattaroyWashington
2 $5,000The Bail Projectto provide support for recently incarcerated to access and/or keep housing, and other basic needsSpokaneWashington
2 $7,500The Hispanic Business professional Association (HBPA)to provide support for individuals and families in need as a result of COVID-19 impacts SpokaneWashington
2 $10,000The ZONE Project at Northeast Community Centerto support peer support groups to meet and address mental health and social wellbeing of families in Hillyard areaSpokaneWashington
2 $3,000Treehouseto provide basic needs for youth in foster care.SeattleWashington
2 $10,000Washington State University Foundationto support Crosetto Mobile Health Care Unit efforts to provide diagnostic and antibody testing for underserved people in Spokane-E.WAPullmanWashington
2 $5,000West Central Community Centerto provide Plexiglass, masks and other PPE for community safety  SpokaneWashington
2 $2,500Women’s Healing and Empowerment Networkto provide support for food and emergency shelter assistance for victims of domestic violence and sexual abuseSpokaneWashington
3$575Adams County Librariesto provide PPE for Adams County librariesAdams CountyWashington
3 $3,000Agape Food Bank Ministriesto support Hispanic communities throughout Eastern Washington by providing food distribution servicesOthelloWashington
3 $6,000Davenport School Districtto support remote learning efforts in the Davenport School DistrictDavenportWashington
3 $2,000East Adams Library Districtto support economic recovery, and wireless and remote resources to businesses and community members of Ritzville and surrounding areasRitzvilleWashington
3 $1,000Feed Spragueto improve facilities to provide food delivery services to members of the Sprague communitySpragueWashington
3 $2,000Golden Rule Childcare Centerto ensure childcare center remains open to serve families of farmers, hospital workers and others in need throughout Wilbur communityWilburWashington
3 $2,000Harrington School Districtto support remote learning environment in the Harrington School DistrictHarringtonWashington
3 $2,500Lind School Districtto provide additional meals during the summer months because of COVID related challenges to members of Lind community.LindWashington
3 $2,000Odessa Food Bankto provide food distribution to members of the Odessa community.OdessaWashington
3 $1,000Ralston Grange #943to provide food, safety and wellbeing to residents of the Ritzville community.LindWashington
3 $6,000Reardan-Edwall School Districtto support remote learning environment in the Reardon-Edwall School DistrictReardanWashington
3 $3,000Ritzville Downtown Development Associationto provide economic recovery and support, and assistance with PPE for the Ritz TheatreRitzvilleWashington
3 $2,500Ritzville School Districtto provide additional meals during the summer months because of COVID-related challenges to members of the Ritzville communityRitzvilleWashington
3 $5,000Town of Wilburto provide economic recovery and support to businesses and residents of Wilbur communityWilburWashington
3 $1,000We provide food distribution to members of the Reardon communityReardanWashington
3 $1,000Wilbur Community Church Food Pantryto assist with food distribution throughout Wilbur communityWilburWashington
4 $10,000Community Action Centerto provide emergency housing assistance for eviction prevention (Housing Solutions program)PullmanWashington
4 $20,000Economic Developmentto provide small business support for Whitman and Latah CountiesWashington
4 $3,450Public Libraries in Eastern Washingtonto provide Whitman Library PPEWhitman CountyWashington
4 $2,500Pullman Christian Childcare Centerto provide staff support and PPE to provide childcare for essential workersPullmanWashington
4 $1,000Pullman Community Council on Agingto support Meals on Wheels and increased food costs at Senior Living Facility (Bishopp Place)PullmanWashington
4 $4,800The Council on Aging & Human Servicesto provide Rosauers gift cards to 12 small food pantries to fill gaps in suppliesColfaxWashington
4 $6,000University of Idahoto provide Mental Health First Aid training for extension faculty to train community groupsMoscowIdaho
4 $4,500YMCA of the Palouseto provide program operating costs and scholarships for summer youth program PullmanWashington
5 $1,000Blue Mountain Artisans Guildto purchase supplies to assemble art kits for a summer take home activity for children in PomeroyPomeroyWashington
5 $6,000Garfield County Food Bankto use for purchasing meat/protein to augment the supply of the Garfield County Food BankPomeroyWashington
5 $10,000Pomeroy Assist: Garfield County Humanitarian Serviceto provide assistance to families to meet expenses including rent, utilities and other expenses, due to the COVID pandemicPomeroyWashington
5 $20,000Port of Columbiato provide microgrants for newly established small businesses in Columbia County not receiving other forms of state aidDAYTONWashington
5 $4,000Walla Walla Senior Centerto provide additional funding for services to assist seniors in Garfield CountyWalla WallaWashington
6 $2,000Beautiful Downtown Lewiston Revitalization Corporationto provide public health education and PPE distribution with Idaho Public HealthLewistonIdaho
6 $18,000Economic Developmentto provide small business support for Asotin and Nez Perce CountiesIdaho
6 $3,500First Step 4 Life Recovery Center Ltdto provide emergency support (food, phone, housing) for persons in recoveryLewistonIdaho
6 $1,500Idaho Legal Aid Services, provide technology support for legal aid conferencingLewistonIdaho
6 $4,000LC Valley Youth Resource Center Incto provide homeless youth support and services/new shelterLewistonIdaho
6 $5,000Lewis-Clark State College (LC State)to provide student support and technology for remote learningLewistonIdaho
6 $5,000Nimiipuu Community Development Fundto support tribal member small business needs and alignment with Lewiston Chamber LapwaiIdaho
6 $3,000Tri-State Memorial Hospitalto provide technology support for dialysis and behavioral health patientsClarkstonWashington
6 $2,000University of Idahoto provide Mental Health First Aid training for extension faculty to train community groups  MoscowIdaho
6$2,000Valley Community Centerto provide general COVID-19 community resourcesClarkstonWashington
7 $5,000City of Grangevilleto provide season passes, swim lessons and alternative swim programming for local and regional youth and families during summer 2020GrangevilleIdaho
7 $3,500City of Weippeto provide electrical upgrade at the senior center to allow it to remain open and serve meals to local seniors   WeippeIdaho
7 $3,000Clearwater County Ambulanceto provide medical suppliesOrofinoIdaho
7 $4,500Economic Developmentto provide small business support for Clearwater, Lewis and Idaho CountiesIdaho
7 $3,000Grangeville Farmers Marketto provide portable wash station rental for the five-month summer 2020 seasonGrangevilleIdaho
7 $3,500Grangeville Senior Centerto provide support for basic bills (rent, water/sewer, electricity, etc.) to enable the center to continue serving local seniorsGrangevilleIdaho
7 $1,500Idaho Foodbank Warehouse, Inc, DBA: The Idaho Foodbankto provide food and food boxes for all people in need in Lewis, Idaho and Clearwater CountiesLewistonIdaho
7 $5,000Lakeside Assisted Livingto provide PPE, increased Wi-Fi capabilities and portable TV carts for residents, and increased staff training for resident safety and evolving CDC guidelinesWinchesterIdaho
7 $3,500Pierce Community Centerto repair boiler room that heats the center and enable it to open summer ’20 for youth and community members to enjoy for games, activities and private functionsPierceIdaho
7 $2,000Prairie Mountain Nutrition provide food for local seniors and people with disabilitiesCottonwoodIdaho
7 $2,000University of Idahoto provide Mental Health First Aid training for extension faculty to train community groupsMoscowIdaho
7 $4,000Upriver Youth Leadership Councilto provide youth group counseling summer session, no touch thermometers, and family meals to goKamiahIdaho
8 $2,000Coeur d’Alene Tribeto provide general support for needs related to COVID-19 for tribal membersPlummerIdaho
8 $2,000Economic Developmentto provide small business support for Benewah and Shoshone CountyIdaho
8 $1,000Greater St. Joe Development Foundation, Inc Timber Plus to support general expenses for the organization to fulfill its mission in response to COVID-19 St. MariesIdaho
8 $5,500Lutherhaven Ministries, provide lunch and snacks for the Osburn and Pinehurst summer day camps serving 100+ 3rd – 6th graders over a three-week periodCoeur d’AleneIdaho
8 $1,500Saint Maries Chamber of Commerce Incorporatedto support Music in the Park Summer ’20 programming in support of economic recovery, local business and community socializationSt. MariesIdaho
8 $1,500Shoshone Medical Center Foundationto provide backpacks with school supplies and clothing vouchers for school-aged kidsKelloggIdaho
8$500Silver Valley Christian Academyto provide PPE for summer and fall programming in support of student academic recoveryKelloggIdaho
8 $1,000Silver Valley Economic Development Corporationto support general expenses for the organization to fulfill its mission in response to COVID-19WallaceIdaho
8 $5,500St Maries Youth Roots Incto provide four themed week-long camps offered to all kids in Benewah County ages 5+, at the same rate, regardless of membershipSt MariesIdaho
8 $1,000St. Maries Senior Meal Siteto provide two food warmers for meal preparation and delivery for local seniorsSt. MariesIdaho
8 $1,500Team Wallaceto provide breakfast for youth through Mom’s Vintage Eatery for the summer monthsSilvertonIdaho
8 $1,500Wallace District Arts Councilto support coordination with the Silver Valley Economic Development Council on marketing, advertising and promotion of blues festival circuit for the summer 2020  OsburnIdaho
9 $6,000Boys & Girls Club of Kootenai Countyto provide scholarships for kids in summer programming, sanitizer stations, hand sanitizer, gloves, masks and two outdoor sinksCoeur d’AleneIdaho
9$500City of Harrisonto provide PPE for city employeesHarrisonIdaho
9 $3,000Coeur d’Alene Tribeto provide general support for needs related to COVID-19 for tribal membersPlummerIdaho
9 $2,000Economic Developmentto provide small business support for Kootenai CountyIdaho
9 $4,000Gizmo-Cdato support general expenses for the organization to fulfill its mission in response to COVID-19Coeur d’AleneIdaho
9$500Harrison Chamber of Commerceto support Music in the Park Summer ’20 programming in support oft economic recovery, local business and community socializationHarrisonIdaho
9 $5,000Heritage Healthto provide funding for VOIP Licenses and platform expenses needed to provide telehealth for all patients in the entire service region of Kootenai, Shoshone and Benewah CountiesHaydenIdaho
9 $5,000Orchard Ridge Senior Livingto provide general support to ensure resident safety and provide services for Orchard Ridge’s vulnerable senior populationCoeur d’AleneIdaho
9 $8,000Quest Summer Day Campto provide scholarships for participants and program expenses for Quest Summer Day Camp offered to 200 1st – 8th grade over the 10 weeks of summer 2020COEUR D’ ALENEIdaho
9 $8,000The Salvation Army Kroc Centerto provide scholarships for participants and program expenses related to week-long camps offered for over 800 kids ages 4 – 14 through summer 2020COEUR D ALENEIdaho
10 $2,000Angels Over Sandpointto provide rent, utilities, food and other assistance through a referral process (Angel referrals) for community members in greatest needSandpointIdaho
10 $1,000Blanchard Area Seniors Incorporated   to provide food and basic needs for vulnerable seniorsBlanchardIdaho
10 $4,000Bonner Homeless Transitionsto support general expenses related to food security; to purchase grocery cards for clients; and for non-perishable food for pantry to utilize when consulting with applicants who are homelessSandpointIdaho
10 $4,000Boundary County Victim Services to provide mental health counseling by licensed therapists for victims of violent crime who are in crisisBonners FerryIdaho
10 $4,000Community Coalition for Familiesto provide housing assistance due to job loss, illness, behavioral health issues, or other unexpected issues, and to pay for utilities, transportation, behavioral health, technology support and childcareBonners FerryIdaho
10 $4,000IdaHope Familiesto support the financial needs of families affected by unemployment, domestic violence, substance abuse, homelessness, mental illness, and medical crisesSandpointIdaho
10 $4,000Kootenai Tribe of Idahoto provide housing assistance, food security, mental health services, or other basic expenses to support tribal members hardest hit by the outbreakBonners FerryIdaho
10 $5,000NAMI Far Northto pay mental health clinicians who staff the North Idaho Crisis Services (NICS) phone service, and to increase advertising regarding mental health services available in the communitySandpointIdaho
10 $4,000Panhandle Alliance for Educationto support coordinated educator professional development (partnership with Lake Pend Oreille SD) to support studentSandpointIdaho
10 $2,000Priest River Ministries, Incto pay monthly motel rooms, or rent for those victims fortunate enough to be able to stay in their own homes.  Supply food, hygiene and household supplies to clients, and provide advocacy and safety measuresPriest RiverIdaho
10 $4,000Priest RiverHappy Agersto re-open soup kitchen to make food and deliver to elderly population and low income residents in the community; and to purchase bulk cleaning supplies for sanitizingPriest RiverIdaho
10 $1,000Storybook Cottageto purchase food, cleaning supplies, furniture and PPE to care for children and families, and keep staff safe and healthyOldtownIdaho

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