KXLY4: Formerly homeless woman stands by Sen. Cantwell in push for affordable housing

KXLY4: Formerly homeless woman stands by Sen. Cantwell in push for affordable housing

Sen. Maria Cantwell visited Spokane yesterday to discuss the need to increase access to affordable housing in Spokane, in Washington state, and across the country. Miriah, a resident at the Ho…

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KHQ6: Spokane program working to help women in need find jobs

KHQ6: Spokane program working to help women in need find jobs

KHQ6 Local News visited the New Leaf Cafe and featured the New Leaf job training program on the local news. The New Leaf program blends education, hands-on work experience, and supportive services …

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Women's Hearth receives $10,000 grant from MultiCare

Women's Hearth receives $10,000 grant from MultiCare

Women's Hearth received a $10,000 grant from MultiCare Community Partnership Fund. This grant funding will help provide safety, emergent services, and stabilizing support for Spokane-area …

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New Leaf Bakery Cafe receives $10,000 grant from Bank of America

New Leaf Bakery Cafe receives $10,000 grant from Bank of America

With help from Bank of America, Transitions' New Leaf Bakery Cafe job training with support services will continue to help women experiencing poverty address their barriers to employment, …

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EduCare receives $30,000 each year for two years from Spokane United Way

EduCare receives $30,000 each year for two years from Spokane United Way

Spokane United Way awarded Transitions $30,000 each year for the next two years to provide infant care and drop-in respite childcare at EduCare, and parenting support through partnership with Volun…

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Women's Hearth receives $20,000 grant from Numerica

Women's Hearth receives $20,000 grant from Numerica

The Women's Hearth has received a $20,000 grant from Numerica Credit Union. These funds will help with operations costs for the Women's Hearth, a drop-in day center for women in downto…

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