Thank you for taking the time to learn more about the incredible impact that SNAP has in the community. In 2020, SNAP served 41,107 Spokane County neighbors, guiding them along our spectrum of services to live, learn, and THRIVE.

Here is a little more of our impact from 2020 at a glance:

Transitioned 246 people from homelessness to permanent housing

Completed 715 home repairs

Provided energy assistance to 11,170 households

Weatherized 191 homes for energy efficiency

Provided rental assistance to 1,991 households

Partnered with Spokane County, U-Help, and utility companies to serve 10,469 households with past-due utilities bills

Provided 1,460 rides to and from health care facilities

Engaged people in 12,431 educational opportunities

Engaged 767 people in workshops to improve financial literacy

Educated 332 people in business development

Helped first-time homebuyers purchase 133 homes

Saved 133 homes from foreclosure Helped create or retain 41 jobs

Helped start or expand 59 small businesses

Fulfilled our mission with 4,754 hours of volunteer service

Provided 92 businesses with technical support to stay open during the COVID-19 pandemic

Made 437 visits to long-term care facilities in five counties to advocate for seniors and residents living with disabilities

You can learn more about our impact by checking our our 2020 Annual Report HERE, reading some of our client stories, and staff and program profiles HERE, or by watching our videos below!