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Transitions Earns a Four-Star Rating From Charity Navigator

Transitions is proud to announce that its strong financial health and ongoing accountability and transparency has earned a Four-Star Rating from Charity Navigator. This rating designates Transitions as an official “Give with Confidence” charity, indicating that our organization is using its donations effectively based on Charity Navigator’s criteria. Charity Navigator is America’s largest and most-utilized […]

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Transitions New Leaf program receives $6,000 grant from Umpqua Bank Charitable Foundation

New Leaf Kitchen & Café recently received a $6,000 grant from Umpqua Bank Charitable Foundation. This will support program operations for the trauma-informed, free culinary job training program, designed to help low-income individuals with barriers to traditional employment gain the professional skills and confidence necessary for economic self-sufficiency. Agency-wide job readiness support is also provided. Participants work

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

Women’s Hearth recently received a $10,000 grant from MultiCare Community Partnership Fund. This will support essential Hearth services and programming, including basic needs support and housing case management. The Hearth is a drop-in day center in downtown Spokane–a safe space for women who have experienced poverty, trauma and/or homelessness to find a “hearth” of welcome, respect,

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Transitions New Leaf program receives $25,000 grant from US Bank

New Leaf Kitchen & Café recently received a $25,000 grant from US Bank. This will support program operations for the trauma-informed, free culinary job training program, designed to help low-income individuals with barriers to traditional employment gain the professional skills and confidence necessary for economic self-sufficiency. Agency-wide job readiness support is also provided. Participants work with our Vocational

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