3102 W. Fort George Wright
Spokane, WA 99224
Fax: (509) 534-5874
SNAP is the local and regional advocate for the most vulnerable people living within our community. With a dedicated board of directors, staff and volunteers, SNAP diligently searches for long-term solutions to eliminate poverty.
For nearly 50 years SNAP has served the Spokane region as a leading voice on poverty. As the Spokane area’s Community Action leader, SNAP takes the lead in educating and empowering our low-income neighbors. We’ve always believed that a hand-up goes a lot further than a hand-out, and have, since our inception, helped people transition from crisis to stability by caring for immediate needs while laying the foundation for future success.
Our mission always has been to provide access to needed resources, and to help low-income people make connections that create opportunities to work toward self-sufficiency.
The largest private human-services agency in Spokane County, SNAP’s staff focus on serving the whole family with a commitment to providing a wide-range of accessible services for those living in poverty.
SNAP has positioned neighborhood offices to provide the most basic of human needs that many of us take for granted.
Connecting and providing access to resources which create opportunities, with dignity, for low income people.
Creating opportunities for people to strive towards their full potential.
Community – We believe in nurturing client-focused partnerships in order to build a vibrant community.
Respect – We believe in the dignity and inherent worth of all individuals.
Justice – We believe in advocating for that which is fair, honorable and equitable.