SNAP Helps Build a Foundation for Young Woman’s Return to Spokane Marta married very young and wasn’t able to complete her education. When she moved to South Carolina in 2011 […]
Life-Impacting Disease Creates Business Opportunity Passion is not something in short supply for those on their journey to being successful small business owners who come through SNAP’s doorway. But the […]
SNAP’s Giving Circles SNAP now offers two ways to maximize your giving and be neighbors by our side as we work together to build a stronger community. We appreciate all […]
When former client Robert got into the Medstar van operated by SNAP, he expected simply to receive a ride to Urgent Care. Instead, Medstar driver Kyle Chandler went above and […]
Last winter, Dorothy made it a habit to bundle up in several layers inside her north Spokane home. “I’d wear a jacket and several layers of clothes,” she said. […]
As a nonprofit agency that depends on local, state and federal government funds for over 50 percent of its operating budget, SNAP pays close attention to the news of government […]
From her chair as executive director of the Spokane Low Income Housing Consortium (SLIHC), Kay Murano has a birds-eye view of the area’s ongoing affordable housing shortage. “The need is […]
Justina didn’t want to face the uncertainty of losing her housing, quitting her college courses, and heading back to life on the reservation, where her options were limited. SNAP offered […]
SNAP ‘to Thrive” includes programs which build toward potential, including those which offer advocacy, health assistance, or enhancements to basic needs.
SNAP “to Learn” includes programs which build frameworks for increased well-being through classes, skill-building programs, growth, and outreach.