Julie Wukelic

Julie is the last child in a family of seven that was dedicated to serving the community through the church. The daughter of a missionary pastor, she grew up to raise three children, earning her degree in Finance and an MBA from Washington State University. She now serves her community through her role at Believe in Me - Foundation for Kids. Julie describes her job at Believe in Me as the Chief Change Maker. She likes to make sure she has the right people working on the job, equipping them with the right technology and streamlined processes. Put all that business aside and she's leveraging everything she’s got to make a difference in kids' lives every day.

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Believe in Me Announces 2023 Grant Cycle Applications Are Open

SPOKANE, WA Believe In Me is pleased to announce the availability of $388,000 for granting in 2023 to Washington and North Idaho-based nonprofits that serve the youth of our communities, especially the at-risk and underprivileged. Grants will be made available to support significant program and service-related projects. Ongoing indirect and supporting services expenses will not …

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National Non-Profit Day: How to Celebrate and Give Back

Today is National Non-Profit Day! Let’s take this time to celebrate the daily hard work and dedication that nonprofit organizations put in. These organizations play a vital role in our society, and they deserve our recognition and support. These organizations provide various services essential to our communities’ well-being, including education, health, shelter, enlighting, nurturing, support, and more.

Reuben Mayes

Rueben Mayes: The Inspiring Story of a Canadian Farm Boy Turned NFL Rookie of the Year

Rueben Mayes was born in North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada in 1963. Growing up on a rural farm, he developed a love for football at a young age and played high school football at North Battleford Comprehensive High School. Rueben credits his high school football coach, Don Hodgins, for helping him develop his skills and instilling a love for the game in him. Read More.

Volunteering: A New Year's Resolution

Volunteering: A New Year’s Resolution

It’s the New Year, and everyone is making resolutions. For many people volunteering is on their list of things to do in 2022. Volunteering has many benefits, but it also requires commitment. Believe in Me takes volunteering seriously and offers volunteer opportunities that are meaningful for people who want to make a difference. Believe in …

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