Category: Grants

Grant Application

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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Little Kid Sleeping

Sleep Quality: Making It A Priority For A Better Life

Research shows time and again that sleep significantly impacts cognitive performance, vocabulary acquisition, learning, and memory. Sleep also significantly affects growth, especially in early infancy, where sleeping is necessary for memory consolidation and motor skill development. Read More

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Human Trafficking UN

Human Trafficking: Giving Second Chances To Those Who Need It

Human trafficking is the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harboring, or receipt of people through force, fraud, or deception, intending to exploit them for profit. As a community, we can’t ignore that even the places where we live can be connections for the traffickers to get to other states. Read More

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Pride Month

Pride Month: Say It Loud, Gay is Proud

June is Pride Month, a time to celebrate lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, asexual and intersex (LGBTQAI+) people and their rights. While great changes have been made in recent years toward equality, there is still work to do. Read More

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Love Box

Foster Kids: How the Love Box and Dare To Dream Programs Bring Hope

In celebration of Foster Care Awareness Month, we are continuously highlighting our most important projects to support organizations that are committed to helping foster kids in our community. In our last article, Foster Care Grants Are Helping to Improve Child Welfare, we mentioned some of the data for 2019 and how Embrace Washington, one of

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Foster Care Mom

Foster Care Grants Are Helping to Improve Child Welfare

Every day thousands of kids and young people suffer from abuse, neglect, or don’t have a safe place to call home. In most cases, when children aren’t safe with their parents, or they can’t be placed with relatives, foster care is the preferred option. It can help maintain family connections and cultural traditions that can minimize

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Kids at Schools

School Dropouts: How Communities in Schools of Spokane is Helping Kids

Education is a fundamental human right. It is the foundation that enables children and adolescents to grow, develop and gain the knowledge, values, and skills to obtain economic independence, play an active role in the communities, and reach their full potential. However, research has shown that students with marginalized backgrounds limit their enthusiasm for school

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