This month we brought coffee to the volunteers of If You Could Just Save One. They provide activities and resources that assist Spokane Youth and their parents to create a supportive environment where youth are encouraged to explore their own path to success.
This month we served coffee to Veterans Community Response, a group of volunteers and former veterans that provide retreats for combat veterans. They also help in natural disasters across the country and right here in the Inland Northwest.
This month we went with Simon, from Cravens Coffee, to Spark Central, the learning center for kids in Kendal Yards, dedicated to serving the west central neighborhood. It's for all kids, and it focuses on sparking creativity and interests in children, from art to science to writing.
This month we delivered coffee to the group "Active 4 Youth", who runs a cross country program for elementary schools in the area.
This month we joined Simon from Cravens Coffee who shared his special Luna Blend Organic Fair Trade coffee with Dr. Michael Ravelo of Providence Health Care.
This month we joined Simon from Cravens Coffee who shared his special Harvest For The World Blend coffee with Holly of The Isaac Foundation.
This month Simon from Cravens Coffee shared his special Zags Blend coffee with Shannon Morse of Cowgirls and Women Warriors.
This month, KHQ and Simon from Cravens Coffee went to Creative Living Services. The group serves adults with physical and developmental disabilities and pairs workers one-on-one with them to care for their everyday needs.
KHQ and Simon from Cravens Coffee delivered coffee to Cross Walk this month. Cross Walk is a homeless shelter for teenagers who don't have a safe place to go. It gives them a place to sleep and provides resources, including access to schooling.
Currently in Spokane
- North Idaho man sets record-breaking catch on Hayden Lake
- 1 dead following shooting near Spokane Falls Community College
- Shelter-in-place issued in Leavenworth due to police incident
- Over 20 Spokane organizations calling for police chief to resign
- Motorcyclist dead after crash near Hayden
- Letter sent to U of I victims' families asking them to gather belongings left in house
- Spokane's own Jane Doe, dismembered, dumped in multiple locations identified after 39 years
- Missing teen from Spirit Lake found safe
- Gonzaga Bulldogs once again can't close the deal, get bounced from tournament by UConn
- Stevens County murder victim identified, suspect in custody
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