Jessica Fisher, Public Information Assistant
Updated April 5, 2017
After the success of the One Day Count Donation Drive for the City of Spokane’s homeless population we are having a spring donation drive!
January’s One Day Count Donation Drive was a huge success, thank you for your generosity. In just two weeks we were able to collect and distribute a ton of supplies.
Our spring donation drive is for the entire month of April! We have donation boxes at City Hall, the Downtown Spokane Partnership, the downtown Library, Shadle Park Library, and numerous businesses along this year’s Cleaning from the Corridor event, Monroe Street between Cleveland Avenue and Montgomery Avenue.
We are looking for the following supplies;
At the end of the donation drive supplies will be sorted by volunteers then distributed to local nonprofits.
This donation drive is part of #SpokaneGive month! The City of Spokane is partnering with Spokane County United to help match volunteers with Spokane Gives projects. This partnership helps match organizations and volunteers with projects that fit their passions. Find a volunteer project that interests you!
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