A New Voice and a New Role: Inside SNAP Financial Access

A New Voice and a New Role: Inside SNAP Financial Access “I love actually getting to have client meetings,” says Amy Biviano, SNAP Financial Access’s new Small Business Coordinator. She […]

Through Teamwork, Community Partnership, SNAP Rental Assistance Rises to Challenge

THROUGH TEAMWORK, COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP, SNAP RENTAL ASSISTANCE RISES TO CHALLENGE Marilyn Reilly worked at SNAP on the energy assistance team for over 20 years, from 1995 until she retired in […]

SNAP Financial Counselor Revolutionizes Program, Adds New Course

SNAP Financial Counselor Revolutionizes Program, Adds New Course “As a young adult, I was the worst public speaker in the world,” laughs SNAP Financial Counselor, Jay MacPherson. “I never would […]

Energy Conservation Specialist relishes teaching role

Energy Conservation Specialist relishes teaching role You can rest assured that when Michelle Howard leaves a room, she makes it a priority to turn off the lights. For Howard, who […]

Partnership with Treasurer’s Office Reduces Tax Foreclosures

Partnership with Treasurer’s Office Reduces Tax Foreclosures According to the Spokane County Treasurer’s Office, there are currently 55 properties in tax foreclosure. This is a number the office expects to […]

Spokane Collaborates, Responds to Community Needs at Spokane Resource Center

Spokane Collaborates, Responds to Community Needs at Spokane Resource Center Brightly-colored abstract watercolors and sketches from local artists and local renderings of famous abolitionists like Stephen Douglass frame the spacious […]