Avery’s Donation

Thank you Nick and Tyler for giving us this opportunity! What a unique blessing to be able to donate to an organization close to our hearts. For the second year in a row, my donation went to Project Unconditional Love, a nonprofit dedicate to serving Spokane’s homeless pets. Avery Plank, a sophomore at Mt. Spokane, founded …

Cliff’s Donation

Decided to donate to the Against Malaria Foundation. AMF focuses on providing nets to people as an effective way to prevent malaria in Africa. Grateful to be able to donate funds to help save lives and prevent malaria! https://www.againstmalaria.com/ Thank you Nick and Tyler!

Kyle’s Donation

It’s 2020, and they keep churning out incredibly talented people. The tools available and the ease of sharing work have allowed creativity to flourish in an unprecedented way. Unfortunately, the other side of this coin is that it’s never been easier to exploit this work. Between corporate partners acting in bad faith, plagiarism, and censorship, …

Sarah’s Donation

This year I donated on Giving Tuesday through Facebook while FB was matching a lot of organizations donations. I also matched Nick & Tyler’s money so I could spread the money out through a few different organizations that are important to me. Thank you to all of you for your hard work this past year and …

Zach C’s Donation

The IRC supports refugees all around the world whose lives have been affected by conflict and/or disaster. They help individuals and families overcome all kinds of difficulties that come along with having to seek asylum, with basically no belongings, often in a foreign country. They’re one of the main resources helping people get settled and establish …

Kipp’s Donation

This year, we donated to Odyssey Youth Movement again. It is such an important charity, and makes a huge impact to a vulnerable population of Spokane kids. Odyssey Youth Movement offers a number of programs each designed to improve the lives of gay (LGBTQ+) youth here in our area. Some of you may not be …

Amy’s Donation

My kids go to Mullan Road Elementary, which is up on the South Hill, surrounded by homes and apartments. You’d never think it, but I recently learned that a large number of children at that school are actually homeless. Some kids live out of cars and some live at area shelters, such as UGM. Wherever …