Volunteers of America of Eastern Washington hosts a variety of unique events each year to raise awareness and funds to help our most vulnerable neighbors. Use the links below to get involved!

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Volunteers of America, Spokane's Annual Events

  • April 17, 2020

    Annual Campaign 2020 Lucheon


    Join us for lunch April 17, 2020 from 11:30am - 1:30pm over at the Doubletree Hotel located at 322 N Spokane Falls CT, Spokane, WA 99201.

  • May 10, 2020

    I Remember Mama

    Make Mother's Day Special

    This special Mother's Day luncheon makes a wonderful Mother's Day gift for your loved one when you send an elderly low-income or disabled woman to an unforgettable afternoon complete with fine dining, entertainment, flowers, gifts and companionship.

  • September 10, 2020

    Eye Contact

    Fall event

    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.

  • December 11, 2019

    Christmas Bureau

    offering help and hope to thousands of needy families since 1945

    Donations to the Spokesman-Review Christmas Bureau fund buy high-quality toys and books for needy families who can come to the bureau to pick out a toy and a book for each of their children for Christmas Day. In addition, each household receives a grocery-store voucher to stock the cupboards for the holidays.

  • February 25, 2020

    Mardi Bras!

    Mardi Bras is a collaborative fundraiser between Hope House, a program of Volunteers of America, and Transitions' Women's Hearth.

    Meeting the basic needs of the women and children we serve can be the start of a life-changing relationship. One of the most basic needs is a little embarrassing, undergarments. Getting access to bras and underwear that fit can be a challenge for women experiencing poverty or homelessness. Women living on the streets get their periods too. However, not only do they go through this uncomfortable experience they struggle just to meet their basic needs. Finding pads and tampons can be almost as impossible as finding bras and underwear.

    But all of that changes Fat Tuesday, February 25, 2020 as we celebrate Mardi Bras!