supporters and donations

Supporters and Donations

The SWC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and can accept tax-deductible donations.

From helping young people afford professional clothing to putting on large-scale hiring events, your support can help connect Spokane-area community members with sustainable employment.

Help support SWC today and become a valued supporter.

You and your business can make a huge difference to the workforce development in Spokane’s community.

You can specify your donation to go to Job Fairs, Professional Networking Events, WorkSource Spokane Program Support, Food for the Next Generation Zone Break Zone, Helping Students Get Their High School Equivalency Certificates, or the Joseph Gift.

 

If you have any questions about donations, please contact Jessica Clayton, Program and Development Manager.

During the COVID-19 outbreak, we are expanding supportive services to our customers in need at both WorkSource and the Spokane Resource Center. We are accepting physical donations of food and technology (phones and computers are a huge need for customers while our center is closed). If you have items to donate, please contact us.  

Our Supporters

We are grateful to the many businesses, foundations, philanthropic entities and individuals that partner with us in support of our work, from funding special projects, to helping us build capacity, to partnering on initiatives.

Would you like to partner with us? Click here to contact our Development Manager.

Avista

Cecelia White and Family

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation

Gayle Clayeux

Jason and Staci Franz

Machelle and Mark Johnson

Mattke Family

Mundschenk Family

Second Harvest INW

Spherion Staffing

Windermere Foundation

Women’s Funding Alliance

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