What We Do

Education

By working together, we can help children achieve their full potential.  Our goal is to live in a community where children succeed at school, graduate on time and entering the workforce prepared for a strong future.

Boys and Girls Club

Boys and Girls Club of Lewis-Clark Valley

In a community where nearly half of the members qualify for free and reduced lunch, and almost one-third live in a single-parent household, the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lewis Clark Valley is here to help provide support to our youth, especially those who need us most.

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Young Life

Mentor relationally with high school and middle school students, with a large majority being labeled at-risk.

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WA-ID Volunteer Center

A program where community volunteers are recruited to be reading tutors for children attending grades K-3 within any of the 11 public elementary schools in Lewiston, ID, and Clarkston, WA.

Lewiston City Library

Lewiston City Library

Eight (8) week program that provides free books, reading-based activities, and outreach opportunities for children, teens, families, and adults to encourage lifelong learning and a love of reading.

Health

By working together, we can improve the overall health of local residents. Our goal is to improve physical and mental health education, awareness, and accessibility, especially for vulnerable or at-risk populations.

Aging and Long Term Care

Aging & Long Term Care of Eastern WA

Enhance the quality of life, care, and health for elders and family caregivers who reside in our community by assessing for and providing services and education.

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Snake River Community Clinic

Free clinic for the medically needy, which includes labs, x-rays, medications, mental health care, and dental vouchers for dental care.

Lewis Clark Special Olympics

Lewis Clark Special Olympics

Provide year-round opportunities for sports to athletes with mental disabilities.

Homes of Hope

Homes of Hope

Most caregivers of trauma-affected children will sometimes feel isolated and underqualified. Homes of Hope wants to end feelings of isolation and defeat and offer hope and healing through: support groups, 1 on 1 coaching, scholarships for children and caregivers, training, parenting classes for the biological parents, clothes closet, respite and events that celebrate life and the worthiness of each child and their families.

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2nd Judicial Casa Program

Provide advocacy to children who have been abused, neglected, or abandoned.

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YWCA

After-hours crisis helpline and advocate response, victim services support staff, and survivor resiliency funds to meet the unique needs of victims of domestic and sexual violence and abuse.

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Interlink

Matching elderly clients and people with disabilities needing rides to volunteers willing to provide rides using their own vehicles.

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Valley Meals on Wheels Lewiston

Provide daily home-delivered meals to individuals whose diminished mobility makes it difficult to shop for food, prepare meals and socialize with others.

Asotin County Food bank

Asotin County Food Bank

Four simple weekend meals to 223 elementary students (Asotin and Clarkston school district) for the 38 weeks of the school year.

Green Apple Project

The Green Apple Project

Provides scholarships to children, adolescents, and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder to assist with the costs associated with mental health services.

Willow Center for Grieving Children

Willow Center

A weekend-long experience filled with traditional, fun, camp activities combined with grief education and emotional support - facilitated by grief professionals and trained volunteers from Willow Center and the community.

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Idaho Food Bank

Distributes Backpacks to students during the school year each Friday with enough food for two breakfasts, two lunches, two dinners, and two snacks so the student can eat consistently throughout the weekend.

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Special Olympics Washington

Empowering children and adults with intellectual disabilities to be valued on and off the playing field.

Financial Stability

Together, we can fight poverty and help families and individuals achieve financial independence. Our goal is to reduce the number of households struggling financially and live in a community where people have access to safe and affordable housing.

Family Promise of Lewis Clark Valley

Provide year-round opportunities for sports to athletes with mental disabilities.

Aging & Long Term Care of Eastern WA

Enhance the quality of life, care, and health for elders and family caregivers who reside in our community by assessing for and providing services and education.

YWCA

After-hours crisis helpline and advocate response, victim services support staff, and survivor resiliency funds to meet the unique needs of victims of domestic and sexual violence and abuse.

Community Action Partnership

Community Action Partnership serves the ten northernmost counties in Idaho and Asotin County in Washington and works with communities throughout to provide programs that increase stability for people of all ages and initiatives that offer a springboard for families as they become equipped to exit poverty.

Interlink

Matching elderly clients and people with disabilities needing rides to volunteers willing to provide rides using their own vehicles.

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Snake River Community Clinic

Free clinic for medically needy, which includes labs, x-rays, medications, mental health care, and dental vouchers for dental care.

Boys and Girls Club of Lewis-Clark Valley

In a community where nearly half of the members qualify for free and reduced lunch, and almost one-third live in a single-parent household, the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lewis Clark Valley is here to help provide support to our youth, especially those who need us most.

First Step 4 Life Idaho

Developing healthy communities by supporting long-term recovery for those facing challenges from mental health and substance use disorders.

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Idaho Food Bank

Distributes Backpacks to students during the school year each Friday with enough food for two breakfasts, two lunches, two dinners, and two snacks so the student can eat consistently throughout the weekend.

Asotin County Food Bank

Four simple weekend meals to 223 elementary students (Asotin and Clarkston school district) for the 38 weeks of the school year.

Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity partners with people in the Nez Perce and Asotin Counties, and all over the world, to help them build or improve a place they can call home. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage.

Idaho Legal Aid Services, INC.

Idaho Legal Aid Services, Inc. is a nonprofit statewide organization dedicated to providing equal access to justice for low-income people through quality advocacy and education.

Quality Behavioral Health

Quality Behavioral Health provides comprehensive, community based behavioral health services to adults, children and families.