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Opening doors to the culinary scene for Spokane’s refugee and immigrant communities

Spokane’s refugee community is learning catering and restaurant management through Feast World Kitchen, a downtown nonprofit that features diverse cuisines from chef-entrepreneurs. Their goal is to help chefs build connections in the community and eventually start their own food businesses. The nonprofit was an ideal recipient for a $25,000 grant from the Spokane Civic Benefit …

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Hispanic Business Professional Association partners with local churches and community group to serve Latinx Community

The Hispanic Business Professional Association (HBPA) received a $15,000 grant to help coordinate food distribution among churches and community groups working with the Latinx community. “We provided a total of 150 boxes of food to families in need last weekend,” said Isabel Mazcot, HBPA President. As a leading Latinx organization, HBPA worked with multiple partners …

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Jumpstart Program helps World Relief Spokane

Innovia Foundation partnered with Network for Good to fund the Jumpstart Program for eight nonprofit organizations. Jumpstart provides nonprofits with the integrated tools, plan, coaching, and technology required to build the fundraising capacity to diversify revenue and sustain the programs they fund., providing them with resources to build a sustainable fundraising plan. World Relief Spokane …

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