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News and Events

  • Working Wonders Newsletter

    Our Spring 2015 newsletter celebrates Volunteer Appreciation month. Read about a former Crosswalk kid who is now making custom skateboards as incentive to help homeless teens stay in school. Learn the five essential questions for finding the perfect volunteer experience and see if you or your group is featured in a photo gallery of a few of our amazing volunteers—and more!

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  • Helping thousands of your neighbors each year

    For nearly 120 years we, have taken on the region’s most difficult tasks to help those in the greatest need, including: street youth; chronically homeless women; foster youth; teen parents; medically fragile homeless adults; and homeless veterans. And, with your help, we make a difference. Because we not only perceive the burdens of others, we know firsthand what it means to make them lighter. This is why we do what we do.

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    Eye Contact

    Be a part of humanizing homelessness in Spokane. Attend a one-night-only art exhibit, Eye Contact, featuring art by homeless women and children in our community, hosted at the Washington Cracker Company Event Center in the Terrain art space. This art exhibit fundraiser directly supports Hope House Women's Shelter and Crosswalk Youth Shelter.

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  • 11,400

    times a shelter bed was provided to a homeless woman with nowhere else to go

  • 250

    foster youth prepared to live successfully on their own after foster care

  • 800

    homeless and street-youth given opportunities they never could have imagined

  • 60

    medically-fragile homeless individuals given a safe place to recuperate

  • 300

    homeless women sheltered, respected and empowered

  • 2,250

    times a shelter bed was provided to keep a homeless teenager safe and warm

  • 200

    veterans whose lives we have helped improve