Avista Foundation Awards More Than $100,000 to 26 Nonprofits in Idaho, Washington, Oregon and Alaska in Q2 2022 | Local

SPOKANE — For the second quarter of 2022, the Avista Foundation announced it was awarding a total of $103,450 to 26 nonprofit organizations in Idaho, Washington, Oregon and Alaska.

“We are pleased to invest in community organizations that make such a difference in the lives of young people to help them realize their greatest potential. said Dennis Vermillion, president and CEO of Avista.

According to a press release from Avista, the second quarter grants are focused on organizations that provide services in support of youth development and educational programs. Below is a list of the 26 nonprofits receiving a Q2 grant.

  • West Central Community Center (WA) — $10,000
  • Sling (WA) — $7,500
  • Southeast Alaska (AK) Autonomous Living — $7,500
  • Cornerstone Teen Center (ID) — $6,700
  • Girl Scouts of Eastern Washington/Northern Idaho (WA/ID) — $5,000
  • Parasport Spokane (WA) — $5,000
  • Spokane Eastside (WA) Reunion Association — $5,000
  • Twin County United Way (WA/ID) — $5,000
  • American Volunteers from Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho (WA/ID) — $5,000
  • Northwest Indoor Campfire (WA/ID) — $4,000
  • Spark Central (WA) — $4,000
  • Treehouse (WA) — $4,000
  • Create your statement (WA) — $3,500
  • Living Generation (WA) — $3,500
  • Rise of the Skyhawks (WA) — $3,500
  • The Path of Justice (WA) — $3,500
  • Eastern Oregon Regional Arts Council (OR) — $3,000
  • LC Valley Youth Resource Center (WA/ID) — $3,000
  • Idaho (ID) STEM Action Center Foundation — $2,500
  • Palouse Trails (WA) — $2,500
  • One-stop center for athletes of all needs AKA: UCAN (ID) — $2,500
  • Peak 7 Adventures (WA) — $2,000
  • Asotin County Library Foundation (WA) — $1,750
  • Sandpoint Youth Center AKA: Sandpoint Teen Center (ID) — $1,500
  • Columbia Basin Allied Arts (WA) — $1,000
  • Manzanita House (WA) — $1,000

In 2021, the Avista Foundation donated over $1.9 million to organizations that help those in need. Since its inception in 2002, the Avista Foundation has awarded grants totaling more than $12 million.

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