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Numerica Credit Union announces charitable fund recipients



Numerica Credit Union will present over $450,000 to 26 regional nonprofits this year from the Numerica Charitable Fund, which provides support to organizations and projects addressing systemic issues impacting our community such as generational poverty, homelessness, food insecurity, crisis intervention and access to quality education.

Several of the organizations receiving grants share a common mission to end the cycle of violence and generational poverty that exposes families to a range of problems, including homelessness.

This year's recipients of Numerica's Charitable Fund are as follows:
  • Habitat for Humanity: $16,000
  • Transitions for Women
    - Women's Hearth: $20,000
  • Volunteers of America
    - Hope House: $20,000
  • Family Promise of Spokane
    - Moving Families Forward: $10,000
  • Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery: $100,000 over 3 years
  • YMCA Inland NW
    - Outside the Box and Teen Programs: $12,000
  • Chaplaincy Health Care
    - Healing from Substance Abuse: $20,000
  • Second Harvest of the Inland Northwest:
    $100,500 over 3 years
  • Generation Alive
    - Summer Camp Program: $9,100
  • Boys & Girls Club
    - Spokane Valley Launch: $20,000
  • Big Table
    - Family Priority Housing Stability: $10,000
  • Daybreak Youth Services
    - Paths to Prosperity: $15,000
  • Girl Scouts EWNI
    - Mobile Stem Lab: $20,000 over 2 years
  • Community Colleges of Spokane Foundation
    - in partnership with Columbia Basin College and Wenatchee Valley College: $20,000
  • Idaho Youth Ranch
    - Trauma Informed Equine Therapy: $17,000
  • Safe Passage: $25,000
  • Communities in Schools Benton
    - Franklin: $20,000
  • Safe Harbor Support Center: $19,634
  • Boys & Girls Club Benton
    - Franklin Counties: $20,000
  • SAGE
    - Child & Family Advocacy Center: $10,000
  • Small Miracles
    - Summer Food Program: $15,000
  • Chelan-Douglas CASA: $5,000

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