Grants are non-repayable funds
disbursed by one party (government department, corporation, foundation, or trust) to a recipient (such as a nonprofit, educational institution, business or an individual) for a specific purpose.In order to receive a grant,
some form of "grant writing" in a proposal or an application is required. Most grants
are made to fund a specific project, and they require some level of compliance and reporting. Some Spokane charitable foundations
are moving away from spreading dollars across multiple causes; and instead, they are aiming to increase impact by focusing on key data-driven initiatives.
Empire Health Foundation
1020 W. Riverside Ave.
Spokane, WA 992901
(509) 315-1323http://empirehealthfoundation.org/Inland NW Community Foundation
421 W. Riverside Ave.
Spokane, WA 99201
A regional foundation that awards grants that are in keeping with the wishes of donors and carry out the foundation's mission to foster vibrant communities. They aware more than $4 million annually to a broad range of organizations meeting community needs.
(Robert Bishopp, INWCF Board Chair and Betsy Wilkerson, Grants Committee Chair, Nov 13, 2017) The Exchange Club of Downtown Spokane, WA
P.O. Box 650
Spokane, WA 99210http://www.downtownspokaneexchangeclub.org/