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YWCA Spokane announces Kalispel Tribe of Indians as Community Partner of the Year

— Last week, YWCA Spokane presented Kalispel Tribe of Indians with their annual Community Partner Award at the agency's Partners In Progress annual meeting. The Tribe is one of YWCA Spokane's largest long-term supporters, with nearly 20 years of commitment to the agency's work of eliminating racism, empowering women, standing up for social justice, helping families, and strengthening communities. Kaispel Tribe of Indians has donated more than $18 million to local nonprofits in Spokane and Pend Oreille Counties, including nearly $500,000 to YWCA Spokane.

In 2018, Kalispel Tribe of Indians became one of four Mission Partners to YWCA Spokane with a significant 3-year financial commitment that provides a lifeline for women and children in Spokane who are impacted by domestic violence, homelessness, and unemployment.

2018 Partners In Progress Award Honorees

Community Partner Award
Kalispel Tribe of Indians, YWCA Mission Partner

Sir Lancelot Leadership Award
Phyllis Fernandez, Community Partner

Volunteer Shining Star Awards
Amanda Swan, Development Department
Ron Wilson, Domestic Violence Safe Shelter
Claire Carden, Domestic Violence Civil Legal Program
Gabriella Baretti, Domestic Violence Legal Advocacy
Elizabeth Olson, Women's Opportunity Center
Soul to Soles, Leanne Southerly and Harriett Jackson, Early Childhood Education & Assistance Program (ECEAP)

Employee Shining Star Awards
Sherra Bayman, Nutritional Services Coordinator
Jennifer Haynes, Director of Housing
Rachel Cooper, Civil Legal Department Paralegal
Britta Howard, Domestic Violence Counseling Center Advocate
Patricia Portier, Front Desk Receptionist

More information is available at ywcaspokane.org.

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