Learn more about our sibling organizations and how they may be able to help during this time.
Spokane Food Fighters came about out of the desire to do something simple – try and feed people in a food emergency. In unprecedented times when problems seem overwhelming and solutions seem too big to get your arms around, Spokane Food Fighters believes people will join in the FIGHT to end hunger a meal or two at a time.
Community is the heart of Compassionate Addiction Treatment (CAT). CAT believes that community and connection is key to recovery. Community members are welcome to come in and visit, relax, have some coffee, or tea, make some art, participate in peer supported meetings, volunteer, and enjoy special events.
We are an all-volunteer grassroots group operating in Spokane County. We are prioritizing folks who are sick, disabled, quarantined without pay, elderly, undocumented, queer, Black, Indigenous, and/or people of color -- including those displaced from Spokane to the nearby areas.
Wonderfully Made is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization that seeks to reconcile those who have been hurt by the church, include the LGBTQ+ community in our church communities, and celebrate the lives of all people. We hope to equip allies, pastors, teachers, parents, friends – all those involved in the life of an LGBTQ+ person – with information and tools to support, affirm, and include the experiences of LGBTQ+ persons.
Odyssey Youth Movement promotes equity for LGBTQ+ youth in the Inland Northwest through youth-driven programs and community education.
Solace is a not-for-profit mobile application for iOS and Android, developed in Spokane, WA. Our mission is to empower transgender individuals to have agency in their gender transition by providing access to credible, relevant information and allowing users to create a custom roadmap toward accomplishing their personal goals.
The mission of Spectrum is to create a safe, intersectional, intergenerational, LGBTQIA2S+ community gathering space that celebrates a resilient, healthy community through social connectedness and support, arts and culture, access to resources, and leadership development.
INBA Outreach is the philanthropic arm of the Inland Northwest Business Alliance. Its goals are to promote and reward academic excellence, and the development of leadership skills in teen and adult students who demonstrate a commitment to their GLBT community and themselves.
SAN, formerly known as The Spokane AIDS Network, was established in 1985 as an informal network of friends, medical caregivers, and concerned citizens to coordinate services for people living with HIV and AIDS in the Spokane area. Today, SAN remains focused on maintaining the organization’s legacy by remaining a visible partner to raise awareness about the impact of HIV and AIDS in Spokane. SAN also works in close partnership with community stakeholders to serve as a bridge for resources for people living with and impacted by HIV and AIDS.
PFLAG National's largest program is supporting its network of more than 400 chapters, which crosses the entire U.S. PFLAG Spokane brings together the rural and LGBTQ+ communities by providing education, advocacy, and support.