Support Spokane nonprofits during this season of giving

In place of our regular Good Morning Greater Spokane breakfast this December, we’d like to recognize the numerous nonprofits throughout the Spokane area. During this season of giving, non-profits can use your help to make next year a success. Each organization has an important and irreplaceable contribution to our region, whether it provides a shelter for the homeless, education and leadership opportunities for our students, affordable housing for families, safe places for youth, or promoting artistic talents in our region.

GSI has nearly 100 nonprofit investors in our organization, and we’re proud of the work they accomplish each year. As you go about your holiday shopping this season, please consider making a donation or giving your time to one of these organizations. Opportunities to serve are endless in the Spokane area, and can be found through sites like, where nonprofits can ask for help and interested volunteers can donate their time.

Organization Website
AARP Foundation SCSEP 
Alzheimer’s Association 
American Cancer Society 
American Heart Association
Associated Industries
BBB serving Eastern WA, North ID & MT
Better Health Together
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Inland NW
Boys & Girls Clubs Of Spokane County
Career Path Services
Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist
Center for Justice
Children’s Home Society
Christ Clinic / Christ Kitchen
Communities in Schools
Community Health Association of Spokane
Community-Minded Enterprises
Council For a Strong America
Downtown Spokane Partnership
East Central Community Center
Empire Health Foundation
Excelsior Youth Centers, Inc.
Executive Women International
Far West Agribusiness Association
Feed Spokane
Free Handyman for Disabled Veterans
Frontier Behavioral Health – Family Service Spokane
Frontier Behavioral Health – Spokane Mental Health
Girl Scouts of Eastern Washington & Northern Idaho
Good Works Inc. (GWI)
Goodwill Industries of the Inland Northwest
Greater Spokane County Meals on Wheels
Habitat For Humanity
Hospice of Spokane
HUB Sports Center
Hutton Settlement, Inc.
Inland Chess Academy
Inland Northwest Blood Center
Inland Northwest Community Foundation
Inland Northwest Council, Boy Scouts of America
Inland Northwest Lighthouse
Inland Northwest Society of Human Resources
Inland NW Associated General Contractors
Johnston-Fix Foundation
Junior Achievement of Washington
Junior Livestock Show of Spokane
Leadership Spokane
League of Education Voters Foundation
March of Dimes
Martin Luther King Jr. Family Outreach Center
Meals on Wheels Spokane
Merry Glen
Morning Star Foundation
Northeast Community Center Association
Northwest Center
Northwest Medstar
Planned Parenthood of Greater Washington & North Idaho
Priority Spokane
Providence Adult Day Health
Providence VNA Home Health
River’s Wish Animal Sanctuary
Ronald McDonald House Charities
Second Harvest
Shriner’s Hospitals For Children – Spokane
Spokane Area Good Roads Association
Spokane Area Workforce Development Council
Spokane Arts Fund
Spokane Association of Realtors
Spokane County Medical Society
Spokane County United Way
Spokane Home Builders Association
Spokane Housing Ventures
Spokane Humane Society
Spokane Law Enforcement Museum
Spokane Lilac Festival Association
Spokane Low Income Housing Consortium
Spokane Med Direct
Spokane Regional Sports Commission
Spokane Society Of Young Professionals
Spokane Turbine Center
Spring of Hope International
Susan G. Komen Eastern Washington Affiliate
Tamarack Center
The Arc of Spokane
The First Tee of the Inland Northwest
The Salvation Army – Spokane County
Union Gospel Mission
Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery
Visit Spokane
Washington Initiative For Supported Employment (W.I.S.E.)
Washington Policy Center
We Work For Health Washington
WGU Washington
YMCA of the Inland Northwest
YWCA of Spokane


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