Spokane Journal of Business

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INWCF keeps momentum with asset, fund growth

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Inland Northwest Community Foundation, the Spokane-based nonprofit that manages assets for charitable organizations and donors, has seen extraordinary growth during the past few years, says Mark Hurtubise, the organization’s president and CEO. He attrib...

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YMCA outlines strategic plan for next three years

The YMCA of the Inland Northwest has rolled out its three-year strategic plan, and the nonprofit org...

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Spokane Public Radio’s project on fast track for completion

On the eve of Spokane Public Radio’s 35th anniversary, renovations of its future home at former Fi...

New multifamily trade group forms, starts chapter here

The Tukwila, Wash.-based Washington Multi-Family Housing Association, a nonprofit trade group repres...

Start charitable planning while you’re still working

Whether you’re enjoying your retirement now or you’re working hard to inch closer to it, there a...

CHAS buys multitenant building, plans new clinic

Community Health Association of Spokane, a Spokane-based nonprofit health services provider, has bought a multitenant building in Spokane Valley and plans to open its second Valley clinic in a portion of it, says Kelley Halverson, a CHAS spokeswoman. Hal...

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Bill Bialkowsky: Compassionate in crisis

Thirty-two years ago, Bill Bialkowsky was a young father and husband living in Spokane and working as a sales rep for an oil company. He had zero experience with social services or professional child care, much less any knowledge about how to start and ru...

Using philanthropy to counter inequality

Spokane-area businesses tend not to get a lot of public credit for it, and perhaps appropriately so in the spirit of anonymous charitable giving, but we at the Journal see examples daily of the different ways in which many of them are striving through phi...

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Focusing on hungry kids

Every Thursday, a volunteer from the Spokane office of Seattle-based accounting firm Moss Adams LLP delivers a car full of food to Cooper Elementary School in Hillyard, providing enough food packages to go in the backpacks of 60 students who have been ide...

Umpqua Bank gives $420,000 to two organizations here

In an initial round of grants to Spokane-area nonprofits, the Umpqua Bank Charitable Foundation has awarded a total of $420,000 to Second Harvest Food Bank of the Inland Northwest and Excelerate Success, says Eve Callahan, an Umpqua spokeswoman. ...