COMMUNITY COMMITMENT

COMMITMENT TO COMMUNITY

As a community organization, it is our responsibility to give back to other organizations who share the same values as we do.

Each month we pick a new local organization to donate money to as our featured community partner.

COMMUNITY PARTNERS

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April 2020 Partner
Family Promise of Spokane

One child-- one family at a time with our community of faith, we strive to make a difference in their lives through providing shelter, support and the means to sustain their independence.

 

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March 2020 Partner
Heal Spokane

At its core, #HealSpokane is about service. What began as an outlet to turn personal pain into something positive has now bloomed into a collaborative effort, dedicated to serving the Spokane Community. Through kindness, service and charity, and without the expectation of rewards or accolades, it is our mission to give back to Spokane and those who need it most.

Together, we can Heal Spokane.

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February 2020 Partner
Hospice of Spokane

Hospice of Spokane is northeast Washington’s only nonprofit hospice, serving Spokane, Ferry, Stevens and Pend Oreille counties.  Using a holistic approach to end-of-life care, hospice addresses the medical, emotional, psychological and spiritual needs of patients with terminal illness, along with support to their families.

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January 2020 Partner
Christian Heritage School

Christian Heritage's annual fundraiser auction involves both parents and students and is the largest fundraiser to support the school year. Proceeds from our auction are allocated toward tuition assistance and other school costs, which will ultimately enhance the educational experience for our children.

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December 2019 Partner
Community Cancer Fund- Spokane

Community Cancer Fund works collaboratively with existing regional cancer organizations to identify and fund gaps in services provided to local cancer patients. We are committed to investing donated funds in local programs that benefit Inland Northwest cancer patients, their families, and the organizations that serve them. 

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November 2019 Partner
Project Beauty Share

Project Beauty Share® collects personal hygiene, cosmetics and beauty products and distributes them through non profit organizations who serve women and families overcoming abuse, addiction, homelessness and poverty.

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October 2019 Partner
KXLY- Coats 4 Kids

Every year the KXLY and our local community come together to collect, clean and distribute winter coats! All of the coats stay in the communities they are donated in! 

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September 2019 Partner
Spokane Police Chaplaincy

The Spokane Police Chaplains ride with Spokane Police officers and are available to help the citizens of Spokane during times of crisis twenty-four hours every day.

SPD Chaplains practice a ministry of presence to the employees of the Department and their families, by providing spiritual, emotional and physical support and guidance. This is done by being available for counseling, encouragement, and training on life issues, ministerial services, and debriefings after a critical incident.

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August 2019 Partner
Spokane Humane Society

The Spokane Humane Society was founded by a group of concerned citizens in 1897. Back then, we looked after the draft horses used to carry loads up Spokane’s South Hill. Today, we take care of more than 5,000 animals each year, mostly dogs and cats in need of compassionate care. Over the years, we’re becoming Spokane’s go-to pet adoption center. When we consider our more than one hundred years of history we are humbled to think of how much private funding we’ve received from those of you in the Spokane community who care deeply about the welfare of homeless pets. 

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July 2019 Partner
Giving Back Packs- Spokane

Giving Back Packs is a very simple concept. Handing out full backpacks to the homeless who have little or nothing. A pack full of clothes, toiletries, socks, blankets, food, and hope can sometimes be the difference between life and death to some. We don’t know their stories and we don’t claim to have all the answers, BUT one thing we do know is that we will not sit around any longer and do nothing.

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June 2019 Partner
Hub Sports- Play Unplugged

HUB Sports Center is proud to sponsor this program and bring it to the community for our youth to engage and be active over the summer. Play Unplugged is all about encouraging kids to put down their electronics so they can get out and play. 

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May 2019 Partner
2nd HARVEST

2nd Harvest is a food bank for people in need.

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April 2019 Partner
Communities in Schools Spokane County

Communities in Schools works in public schools to surround students with a community of support to empower them to stay in school and achieve in life.

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March 2019 Partner
Smile Again Foundation

Smile Again Foundation is dedicated to assisting families who have recently experienced the death of a child with the financial aspect of the final arrangements.

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February 2019 Partner
Hospice of Spokane

Hospice of Spokane is northeast Washington’s only nonprofit hospice serving Spokane, Ferry, Stevens and Pend Oreille counties.

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January 2019 Partner
SNAP

For 50 years SNAP has served the Spokane region as a leading voice on poverty. As the Spokane area’s Community Action leader, SNAP takes the lead in educating and empowering our low-income neighbors.

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2018 Partner
MEALS ON WHEELS

Meals on Wheels has been helping people for years.

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2018 Partner
FREEDOM HAS A FACE

Freedom has a face works with people who need assistance.

Mailing Address:

PO Box 9797
Spokane, WA 99209

Corporate Office:

822 N Government Way 

Spokane WA 99224 

information@fairmountmemorial.com

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FAIRMOUNT MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION

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