Thursday, October 25th

Learn how SNAP creates opportunities for the low-income people in our community.

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. SNAP has served the Spokane region for over 50 years, offering hand-ups rather than hand-outs to educate and empower our low-income neighbors.

We encourage you to consider a pledge or donation of $100 or more at the event. Your gifts make all the difference!

Our keynote speaker is Amy Yardley. Amy has over two decades of experience in training adults. She is passionate about efficiency, effectiveness and delivering positive outcomes. She weaves humor, honesty and storytelling throughout her presentations which leaves lasting lessons and impressions. For the last several years, Providence Hospital hosted quarterly training opportunities for the Spokane human services community featuring Amy’s presentation “Communicating Within a Culture of Poverty.” Amy has professional experience in numerous work sectors – including private, public, non-profit and educational systems. Her unique history allows her to draw strengths from every sector and apply them in a way that reaches maximum effectiveness for any project or organization. Last year with her business partner Dr. Amy Spoelstra, she created Navigate Your Healing, LLC which is an online platform designed to help parents of children with Neurodevelopmental Challenges navigate the complicated and often emotionally taxing world of disability with a focus on improving children’s health and expression of life to inspire hope for families.


October 25, 2018

Lunch 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Spokane Convention Center

Centennial Ballroom (Rm 300)
334 W. Spokane Falls Blvd
Spokane, WA 99201


***Registration for this event has closed. If you are still interested in attending, contact Mariah McConnaughey at or 509-319-3012***


Parking is available in the Spokane Convention Center Parking Garage on West Spokane Falls Boulevard for $8-10. Several surface lots are located within walking distance. Meter parking is available but limited. For covered parking there are spaces located on the south side of the Davenport Grand Hotel directly across the street from the INB Center. Self park is $5, plus an additional $1 per hour after four hours, does not include tax. Valet parking is located at The Grand for $17 per visit.

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