Education and Youth Development

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.

David L. and Francis G. Ray Scholarship Fund

Generosity has a ripple effect. For students growing up in the rolling hills and close-knit farming communities of Ralston and Rimrock, this has never been clearer. In 2002, Gerald Ray established the David L. and Francis G. Ray Scholarship Fund to honor the memory of his parents and benefit students from his hometown communities.

Sparking Student Success with Data

Over half of rural high school graduates in Washington State do not pursue any type of postsecondary education in the year following graduation, greatly reducing future career opportunities. In an effort to change the trajectory and create better outcomes for those graduates, Innovia launched a two-year initiative to strengthen school-community connections in five rural school districts: Dayton, St. John Endicott, Lind-Ritzville, Riverside and Inchelium.

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