From the moment the doors opened at Spokane’s Ronald McDonald House, our local McDonald’s system including owners/operators, suppliers, employees and customers have called our mission their own. Approximately 5% of our funding comes from local McDonald’s owners and operators, and an additional 10% comes from customers who donate their change at McDonald’s restaurants. Contributions help support families with children from around the Inland Northwest who have children in medical crisis.
To shine a light worldwide on the global issue of child sex trafficking and exploitation, and in so doing rescue more children from slavery and assist law enforcement to seek justice for those who violate children. We place survivors on a path to recovery by partnering with vetted aftercare providers.
Generation Alive empowers youth to compassionately engage the needs of their community through action and service.
Established in 1985 and operating continuously since then, Crosswalk is one of two licensed emergency shelters serving runaway and homeless youth in Eastern Washington. An array of professional case managers, teachers, health care workers, and chemical dependency counselors work with Crosswalk youth with the primary goal of ending their homelessness and connecting them to stabilizing and supportive services.
Big Table exists to see the lives of those working in the restaurant and hospitality industry transformed by building community and caring for those who are in crisis, transition, or falling through the cracks.
Young Life is a Christian ministry that reaches out to middle school, high school, and college students in all 50 of the United States and in more than 100 countries around the world.
Our Place Community Outreach is located in the West Central neighborhood of Spokane, Washington. Our team of volunteers and donors ready to serve our local community by providing emergency resources such as food, clothing, hygiene, utility assistance, and bus passes.