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The Favored Few Support Crew group, consisting of Honorary Commanders and civic leaders, seeks to strengthen the overall quality of life of military personnel and families at Fairchild Air Force Base. Funds raised will be used to provide grants for large and small projects and initiatives that provide mental health, wellness and/or quality of life support for military personnel and their families stationed at Fairchild.

Child greets Airman father (photo by Senior Airman Kiaundra Miller)

Favored Few Support Crew Fund

The Favored Few Support Crew group, consisting of Honorary Commanders and civic leaders, seeks to strengthen the overall quality of life of military personnel and families at Fairchild Air Force Base. Funds raised will be used to provide grants for large and small projects and initiatives that provide mental health, wellness and/or quality of life support for military personnel and their families stationed at Fairchild.

King Cole Commemoration Project

As the 50th Anniversary of Expo ’74 approaches, Friends of Riverfront Park has established the King Cole Commemoration Project Fund at Innovia Foundation to celebrate Cole and other key stakeholders who made the Expo and Riverfront Park a reality.

Operation Fly Together Fund Supports Veterans.

Operation Fly Together Fund Supports Veterans

At Innovia Foundation, we are committed to honoring the service and sacrifice of veterans and active military families who call the Inland Northwest home.   With support from STCU, KHQ Television and The Spokesman-Review, the Spokane Indians baseball team partnered with us earlier this year to launch the Operation Fly Together Veterans Fund as part of the Operation Fly Together campaign to improve the lives of local veterans and active …

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Helping Young Families Flourish: Roger and Mona Crawford Fund supports Lumen High School

Since 2010, Roger and Mona Crawford have used their donor-advised fund at Innovia to distribute thousands of dollars in grants to local Christian ministries and nonprofits. The Roger and Mona Crawford Family Foundation is part of their plan to involve future generations of their family in nurturing a legacy of generosity. Working with their grandson, …

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Putting Holistic Solutions into Play: Lapwai School District #341

The city of Lapwai, Idaho, is located on the Nez Perce Indian Reservation and serves as the tribal government seat for the Nez Perce Tribe. Lapwai suffers from generational and situational poverty, which can wreak havoc on the physical and mental health of its residents. The town also needs facilities that proactively encourage physical, mental …

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Empowering the Next Generation to Care for the Earth: Madeline Gendreau

When it comes to making a positive impact on her community, Madeline Gendreau is not afraid to dream big. Through the support of the Rika Ream Environmental Scholarship at Innovia, Madeline is pursuing joint degrees in Geoscience and Environmental Hydrology as a first-year student at Boise State University. After graduation, she plans to attend law …

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Preserving the Story of Silver Valley: Wallace District Mining Museum

The Wallace District Mining Museum is vital to the local history of North Idaho. Since 1956, the museum has preserved and told the story of the Coeur d’Alene Mining District and Silver Valley. The museum educates and entertains visitors with exhibits and documents that highlight the area’s unique heritage and history of mining. The museum …

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