As the first organization in the Spokane region dedicated to serving survivors of domestic and sexual violence from the Latinx communities, Mujeres in Action (MiA) has undertaken a challenging mission of delivering culturally responsive services to local survivors.
The Northeast Washington (N.E.W.) Hunger Coalition is tackling hunger together. As a collaborative of groups and individuals across Stevens, Pend Oreille and Ferry counties, the coalition has established a connected network of 17 food pantries.
Richard “Dick” Vandevert’s legacy is one of lasting impact, remembered as a beloved family man, business partner, friend and mentor. In his memory, daughter Debbie Cozzetto and his wife Bonnie established a donor-advised fund at Innovia.
Passionate animal advocates and lifelong artists, Kit and Pete Jagoda have devoted their lives to providing a forever home for animals in need. Recognizing the vital importance of securing their animal sanctuary’s longevity, Kit and Pete founded the River’s Wish Animal Sanctuary Fund at Innovia.
Based in Spokane, Free Rein is a nonprofit dedicated to transforming the lives of children and adults with special needs through adaptive and therapeutic horsemanship. To support their search for a permanent facility to reach hundreds more, they established the Free Rein Therapeutic Riding Endowment Fund at Innovia.
A long-time Spokane resident, Elsa has passed down a passion for social justice to her teen granddaughter, Ellie. Together, the pair established the Elsa C. Distelhorst and Elisabeth A. Daehlin Charitable Fund at Innovia to support charitable causes that help create a more just and sustainable community.
Since their college days at Washington State University, Jeff and Angie Feuerstein have spread their love for community throughout Pullman. As a financial advisor, Jeff helps his clients donate creative assets—distributions from retirement accounts, charitable trusts and life insurance—to achieve their charitable goals with meaningful tax deductions.