GiveNCW

GIVE NCW

Thanksgiving Day - December 31

  • HOW TO DONATE: Click on the Donate button next to the organization you want to support, enter the amount, and continue giving to other organizations or checkout with your credit card.100% of your donation goes to the nonprofits you support.
  • USE YOUR GIVING CARD: Click on the Donate button for the organization you want to support, enter the amount, and Continue Giving or Checkout. On Checkout, click the Pay with Giving Card button. If you want to give MORE than what's on your Giving Card, you can enter the amounts you want to give and you'll be prompted to pay the remainder on your Credit Card.
  • GIVE FROM YOUR CFNCW DONOR ADVISED FUND: You can support Give NCW directly from your online account! Just login here, click on the "Give NCW" tab, and enter the donation amount for the nonprofits you want to support. It's fast, easy, and fun! Learn more about our Donor Advised Funds.
  • TAX RECEIPT: You will receive an email confirmation of your gift immediately after your donation and a second detailed tax receipt will follow. We will share your contact information with the organizations you support. If you do not wish your information to be shared, you can choose to be anonymous and we'll keep your donation private.
  • FUNDAY MONDAYS: Each time you donate on a Monday, your name is entered to win $1,000 to use on Give NCW any way you choose! 3 winners will be drawn each week.View Funday Monday results here!
  • GIVE TO ALL $50,000 MATCH: Support all participating Give NCW nonprofits through a gift to Give to All and your donation will be matched up to $50,000! The final amount is distributed equally among all participants. (Note: participants must raise $1,000 to receive their Give to All portion).

QUESTIONS? Call (509) 663-7716 or email jennifer@cfncw.org.

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Want to support ALL Give NCW participants? Make a gift to Give to All and your donation will be disbursed equally among each participating organization. AND 100% of your gift will be MATCHED up to $50,000!
 
 

Give NCW Participants

Alano Club of Wenatchee
Give the Gift of Hope!
Alano Club of Wenatchee has been serving the communities in Chelan and Douglas counties for almost 50 years! It is the only organization in the valley open seven days a week (10am to 9pm) for individuals in, or seeking, substance recovery. As a recovery community organization, we are led and governed by people with, or connected to, lived experience. The Club provides a safe, social, supportive environment for peer-to-peer support; recovery meetings, social events, and activities; educational presentations and workshops; and staffed with recovery coaches to aid and assist with recovery plans and community referrals for education, employment, housing, behavioral health, and treatment. The Club advocates and partners with other community organizations focused on building the recovery community and expanding the support network to individuals in need. Your donation will bring hope on the path of recovery. Thank you for supporting this mission.
 
Funded
2,500.00
 
Alatheia Riding Center
Finish Strong!
Change a life with healing power of horses! Your gift will help Alatheia Riding Center participants, like Lupita, finish the year strong and will guarantee that their beneficial therapeutic riding programs continue into 2023. Alatheia serves children and adults with physical and developmental disabilities, from four NCW counties. Opportunities for inclusion, improved strength, balance, and coordination are just some of the benefits. Lupita, who is non-verbal, has also learned to communicate with her horse and volunteer team and now says, "Walk On" and "Whoa" while riding at Alatheia. Make a genuine impact. Donate and change a life.
 
Funded
6,625.00
 
Camp Fire NCW
Help Expand Resources to Reach More Youth in Our Community
Your donation goes directly to adding a diversity inclusion program coordinator to our team and towards providing camp scholarships for low-income youth. Camp Zanika is the ideal location for kids to learn new skills, have fun, make friends, and create memories that will last a lifetime. Youth will also experience the great outdoors firsthand (and unplugged) with guided explorations of our trails, lakes, and woods. The pandemic has affected so many youths in our community, at Camp Fire NCW, youth get to escape from the effects of pandemic and experience the social connections they have been lacking. These past 3 years we have learned how essential peer to peer interaction and time spent outdoors is for youth development. Last summer Camp Fire NCW/Camp Zanika gave over $27,000 in summer camp scholarships. We believe every child deserves to experience summer camp regardless of economic status. Evidence suggests that youth who attend summer camp gain a sense of self-worth and emotional intelligence. Our diversity inclusion program coordinator will ensure an environment of inclusiveness for kids with a wide variety of abilities and support needs. Our staff will work with parents and youth to support them before, during, and after camp. "Inclusive Programming" refers to the way that we support youth and create accessible spaces so that everyone can participate together. Overall, we are a community serving organization, the youth in our programs are today's leaders. Help us ensure that every young person in our programs feel safe, affirmed, supported, and has an equal opportunity to succeed. Give today!
 
Funded
670.00
 
Cancer Care of NCW
Our House: A Healthcare Hospitality House for Cancer Patients
Since 1993, Cancer Care of North Central Washington​ has provided a healthcare hospitality house for cancer patients traveling to Wenatchee for treatment. This home-away-from-home is known as Our House. We also provide social services for any regional cancer patients in need such as with payment assistance for medications or food, travel/lodging costs, and one-time grants for expenses related to treatment and/or personal situation. As we head into our 30th anniversary, our goal is to provide enhanced services and support for those battling cancer in North Central Washington. Please donate to us this holiday season through Give NCW 2022. Thank You!
 
Funded
510.00
 
Cascade Fisheries
Salmon Need Your Help!
Wild salmon and steelhead in our region are on the brink of extinction, the time to help is now! Over the past 22 years, Cascade Fisheries has improved salmon survival by removing migration barriers, replanting streamside forests, restoring instream habitat, and engaging and educating our communities. Since 2016 we have connected over 19,000 individuals from diverse communities to our salmon recovery efforts. Our K-12 education programs reach thousands of students each year providing the experience of raising salmon in classrooms and developing ways to save salmon. Your investment in our work will ensure our communities remain engaged in helping salmon and restoration of critical instream and streamside habitats continues.
 
Funded
465.00
 
Cashmere Museum and Pioneer Village
Collecting and Preserving Natural and Cultural History
Built by the community for the community, the Cashmere Museum & Pioneer Village has been a part of NCW life since 1959. You may have come here in grade school to learn about the Wenatchi (P'Squosa), or spent an afternoon with us for Apple Days, or feasted at a salmon bake in the '70s. You may have been one of the local high school kids who helped move the cabins to the Village in the late '50s, or the Boy Scouts who then helped re-assemble them. Or you may have spent hours pouring through the Congdon Collection, looking for the small, carved stone seahawk. Whatever your connection with us, the Museum is grateful for your support. Please consider donating this year to help us raise funds for educational programs and general operating expenses. Take a peek of our museum!
 
Funded
760.00
 
Chelan-Douglas CASA
Help Change a Child's Story
In an overburdened and complex child welfare system, having a caring adult advocating for their best interests can make a lasting difference for a child who has experienced abuse or neglect. A trained and qualified Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) will get to work on gathering information, making recommendations, and reporting their findings to the court. When children have a CASA, they are more likely to find a safe, permanent home, succeed in school, be half as likely to re-enter the foster care system, and have an opportunity to thrive. As one CASA states, "Becoming a part of a child's life and walking beside them in the often-traumatic dependency journey is a sweet privilege… all in all, being a CASA has meant investing in hope for a child's bright future." Your gift benefits every child who has been removed from their home due to abuse or neglect by guaranteeing that no vulnerable and at-risk child is left without a voice, or their needs overlooked. Show your commitment to children and youth in our community by supporting our cause and together we can change their story towards a brighter future.
 
Funded
1,975.00
 
Chelan-Douglas Community Action Council
Food Distribution Center Supporting 22 Food Pantries
We distribute approximately 2.5 million pounds of food each year to 22 food pantry and meal site programs with fresh fruit and produce, dry goods, canned products, and frozen beef, poultry, pork and seafood items. We are the primary source of nutritious food items for each pantry. Many rural areas of Chelan and Douglas County do not have a food pantry, but are supported by our Mobile Food Pantry. Our gleaning and Farm to Food Bank program contracts with 65 area famers, providing a source for gleaned products to reach families rather than produce going to waste, plus a program to support local farmers by purchasing products directly from them to supplement U.S. and Washington State commodities. We are committed to ensure a vibrant and resilient hunger relief network in Chelan and Douglas County!
 
Funded
870.00
 
Chelan Douglas County Volunteer Attorney Services
Your Gift of Justice Will Transform Lives
Access to justice offers dignity, hope, and healing. Just listen to Andres, Jesse, and Melody share how civil legal aid changed their lives in the video, Gifts of Justice. Their stories remind us how overwhelming legal problems can be — especially when you're living in poverty — and how access to legal help is truly transformational. When you support CDCVAS, you give the GIFT OF JUSTICE and ensure that free civil legal help is available when it matters most. Whether facing eviction, divorce, a custody battle, or bankruptcy, the journey to resolve a civil legal problem is often difficult and daunting. But your support means that others like Andres, Jesse, and Melody will not have to make that journey alone. Your Gifts of Justice offers the dignity, hope, and healing that transforms lives and strengthens our community. Will you give the Gift of Justice today?
 
Funded
1,880.00
 
Chelan Valley Hope
Raising Hope, Helping Families Out of Crisis
Chelan Valley Hope's "Raising Hope" fund offers a safety net for extraordinary needs for low-income families. This includes assistance with housing, homelessness prevention, prescriptions, medical, dental, vision, hearing, food, clothing, hygiene, coats, and more. Chelan Valley Hope connects people with resources for growth and long-term success. Each person has a case manager that assists them in developing a plan to achieve or restore solvency and offer life changing hope.
 
Funded
6,450.00
 
Chelan Valley Housing Trust
Frame the Future of Our Valley
Last year, Chelan Valley Housing Trust sold an attainable home to a family with two young children and parents with careers in healthcare and hospitality fields. Without this home, the family had no other options to stay in the Valley - they would be forced to relocate, the parents would need to commute long distances or find work elsewhere, their kids would be pulled from the school they know and love, and Chelan would lose committed professionals in these healthcare and hospitality fields that are vital to our community. Today, the family now experiences housing security, financial equity, and can continue to support two crucial industries in the Valley. "My kids can now keep going to the same school and graduate with kids they've known since kindergarten." Now they can live and work in the community they care so much about.
 
Funded
5,220.00
 
Children's Home Society of Washington
Create a Bright Future for Families
We believe there is no right way to be a family, but there is a right way to support one. Our family-focused approach connects each family with the right services at the right time so they are able to flourish. Moms like Rosalia, whose twins are thriving in preschool because she enrolled them in our early learning programs to overcome their speech delays. Or parents like Annie and Tom, who saw their relationship with their daughter dramatically improve through counseling and parenting support. And families like the Wakeyos, who were able to receive baby formula for their newborn during the nationwide shortage. Wherever a family's journey leads, Children's Home Society of Washington in Chelan and Douglas counties is here to support them.
 
Funded
5,340.00
 
Community Cultural Center of Tonasket
Building Maintenance, Roof Repairs, HVAC Repairs
The Community Cultural Project of Tonasket provides a safe, cooperative multi-purpose public facility to support arts, education, recreation and other activities that foster family, community, and environmental health and encourage diversity, cooperation and tolerance for our community and beyond. We are seeking your support this year to help us with important maintenance needs that will help keep this building safe and comfortable for all who enjoy it!
 
Funded
120.00
 
Garden Terrace Senior Living
"Raising Spirits" Elevator Modernization
The 40-year-old elevator at Garden Terrace low-income senior apartments can no longer find replacement parts. To modernize this vital 7-story piece of machinery will cost $300,000. And without this elevator, our mobility challenged residents will be forced to use the stairs. We have been able to secure $100,000 for the project but need your help to raise the rest -- to raise the residents!
 
Funded
385.00
 
Greater Leavenworth Museum
Upgrade of Our First Peoples Exhibit
After an exciting year in our new location, the Greater Leavenworth Museum is now embarking on expanding and upgrading our First Peoples exhibit. Partnering with members of the p'squosa tribe and our professional museum designer, we will be telling the story of our native neighbors as they want it told. We need your help to ensure a space and exhibit worthy of the subject and place we represent. Your gift will leave a lasting legacy for the Upper Wenatchee Valley and Greater Leavenworth area. Our updated exhibit and space is scheduled to be completed in early 2023. We hope to see you soon at the Greater Leavenworth Museum!
 
Funded
270.00
 
Green Okanogan
Our New Green Building
Green Okanogan has been providing recycling and reuse services to North Okanogan County since 2015. This past summer, with the help of our community, we were able to build a beautiful 50' x 50' storage building to keep our product dry. Our "Green Building" is perfect but we had to take out a $50,000 loan to pay for it. All donations to GiveNCW will go towards repayment of this loan.
 
Funded
1,605.00
 
Grunewald Guild
An Arts Education Nonprofit Retreat Center
Founded in 1980 in Plain, WA, the Grünewald Guild is an arts education retreat center exploring the intersections between art, spirit, and community. The Guild cultivates a space within which all people can explore creativity and spirituality through a variety of mediums in various classes, retreats, and events. All are invited to engage and express their creativity while participating in a community rhythm that embraces spirituality, meaning-making, and community building. All are welcome (whatever their creative and spiritual identities) to practice community, creating, care, and curiosity. Support the work of the Guild today!
 
Funded
10.00
 
Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Wenatchee Area
Help Build Strength, Stability, and Self-Reliance Through Shelter
At the beginning of construction, future homeowner Jane quietly shared that she would be the first person in her family to own a home. Jane grew up in a number of temporary living situations, including campers and tents, in any location where her parents could find work to support their family. It was the only way of life Jane knew until she found Habitat. Jane was excited to be working alongside friends, neighbors and people she had never met to build a house that she and her family could call their forever home. You can help bring strength, stability and self-reliance to a family like Jane's through shelter. Your gift will provide materials such as lumber, windows, cabinets and nails that will be crafted together by individuals in our community along with a deserving family to create a warm, loving place for them to call home.
 
Funded
300.00
 
Hand in Hand Immigration Services
Helping Legal Permanent Residents with Naturalization
Throughout NCW, there are thousands of legal permanent residents who have lived and worked in our communities for decades who just need help and encouragement to navigate the citizenship process. Since 2000, Hand in Hand Immigration Services has been a trusted place where local families turn to get accurate, up-to-date information on the citizenship process. Last year, Hand in Hand helped 100 legal permanent residents with their naturalization. This year Hand in Hand has helped 126 people, currently legally residing in our communities, to enjoy the full benefits of US citizenship – including exercising their right to vote and having a voice in our democracy. Our team of trained staff and volunteers can provide the knowledge and support they need to take that final step of reaching the American Dream. With your financial help we can help those families who struggle to make ends meet pay for application fees and other necessary expenses to make their dreams a reality. Please donate today to help us make our community a better place to live for all.
 
Funded
690.00
 
Heritage Heights At Lake Chelan
Resident Centered Assisted Living
Heritage Heights is a community based 501c3 non-profit providing thirty (30) licensed senior assisted living and respite care suites for all incomes. Licensed memory care will be available in 2023. Born from a series of Chelan town hall meetings, Heritage Heights has, for 27 years, been Chelan's only local licensed senior care housing option and is currently striving to expand capacity to serve more families in the Lake Chelan Valley. Heritage Heights would not exist without the support of its community partners and outstanding professional staff.
 
Funded
20.00
 
Hope Care Clinic
Hope in Action!
You may know a friend, family member, or neighbor who is suffering from severe tooth pain or depression. At Hope Care Clinic, we have the privilege to provide quality, compassionate medical, dental, and behavioral healthcare services to low-income, uninsured and underinsured adults in the NCW community and its surrounding areas. We partner with local working and retired dentists, medical providers, counselors, nurses, etc. Due to a significant rent increase, we had an unforeseen move to a new facility in June of 2022 so that we can continue to provide affordable services to our neighbors who need it most. This move was complicated by the expense to retrofit our new space, and multiple setbacks, causing an extended closure. The importance of our vital work and access to affordable care has never been more pressing and apparent until now as we have a lengthy list of patients waiting to provide the appropriate care which they would otherwise do without due to economic and other barriers. We are re-opening in Dec 2022, stronger and ready to serve patients again. Your generous gift will help us meet the needs of our patients. A $30 donation will allow us to help 1 patient be relieved of dental pain. A $100 investment provides medical care or behavioral health counseling to 5 patients. Together we can make a difference to build a strong and healthy community.
 
Funded
4,279.00
 
Icicle Creek Center for the Arts
Connecting Our Community to Inspiring Arts & Arts Education
When you give to Icicle Creek Center for the Arts, you provide world-class arts experiences and education to our community. This year, Icicle Creek is bringing six artist groups into classrooms throughout north central Washington so students can experience boisterous tap dancing, lyrical Indian folksongs, eclectic instrumental music and Indigenous stories and dances up-close. Emerging artists take next steps on their artistic journey through Icicle Creek's many camps and retreats. We offer our audiences chances to have a romping good time while being inspired at summer concerts in the Meadow, film festivals celebrating artistry and activism, joyful holiday shows, live opera on the big screen, and local collaborations that shine a spotlight on diverse voices and cultural perspectives. Your support is critical for the continuation of Arts that are accessible and delightful for all.
 
Funded
975.00
 
Indigenous Roots and Reparation Foundation
Support Culturally Educational Events!
The Indigenous Roots and Reparation Foundation (IRRF) is an Indigenous lead nonprofit established in 2021 to preserve history, culture, traditions and language through education and advocacy. IRRF hosted its first Huckleberry Camp in 2022. One of our main goals is to continue to create a space on our ancestral homelands to gather in community. In the Wenatchi Valley, Indigenous people have no designated space. We envision in our future a community center space as a place where we can gather with our relatives. In our rural valley with few public transportation options, Native people have to travel long distances to access resources, whether they are seeking traditional medicine or educational resources. Huckleberry Camp is designated for tribal members, providing an opportunity to be out on the land with relatives. With a huge initial signup in 2022, we are looking into options for 2023. Our first Huckleberry Camp was hosted at Basecamp Cascadia, families gathered at a retreat center to share stories, commune, and--of course--gather huckleberries. This was weekend event had 40 Tribal members traveling from across Washington State, and IRRF was able to prepare meals, engage all with culturally significant activities and most importantly provide an opportunity to be on our ancestral homelands. We've also hosted other events like the Indian Hemp Field Trip, and partnering with local organizations for educational opportunities for our community. Board members have visited schools to share history as well as joined hikes with students on the homelands. Your donation to IRRF ensures we can continue to host culturally education events in 2023.
 
Funded
930.00
 
Ingalls Creek Enrichment Center
IMPACT: An Investment in the Wenatchee Valley and College Student
People change people's lives, and college-age students want to make a difference. So do you! Your gift today supports 9 years of growing local service partnerships between skilled, reliable, faith-inspired college-age interns and the local nonprofits you love best. Local placements include Upper Valley MEND, Dwelling Place, Cornerstone Community, Upper Valley Connections, Parque Padrinos at Methow Park, Small Miracles, and service alongside the Ingalls Creek Center. Your gift today advances hands-on community service and shapes the lives of young adults through a proven residential summer serving-learning program. We all can do more when we do it together.
 
Funded
1,135.00
 
Leavenworth Summer Theater
A PNW Tradition Continues!
You've enjoyed decades of enchanting musical theater under the stars with us. Now, bring the family again this summer for The Sound of Music, Cinderella, and The Drowsy Chaperone! Your gift will help us continue to produce professional-level, family-friendly outdoor theater with 60 local and traveling adult and child actors. Lives are changed at the theater! Thank you for your support.
 
Funded
150.00
 
Mobile Meals of Wenatchee
A Meal and a Friend at the Door Each Day
Mobile Meals provides hot nutritious meals Monday through Friday to those in Wenatchee and East Wenatchee that are home bound, on hospice, recovering from an injury or illness, or unable to care for themselves. Not only do they get a warm meal, but they get a warm visit by a friendly person who can also ensure they are staying healthy and safe in their homes.
 
Funded
4,255.00
 
Mountain Meadows
Enhanced Security Technology
Mountain Meadows is a senior living community in Leavenworth specializing in independent living, assisted living, and memory care for older adults. We get to know our residents well and they become part of our family. Our compassionate care team is committed to health and safety; providing a safe environment is an important element of ensuring the highest quality care. We desire to take advantage of newer technology which has become available to protect our residents and staff through enhanced building security. The new security measures include the latest in keyless entry for both internal and external doors, and cameras at outdoor entrances where permitted. These upgrades will inspire greater peace of mind among our residents, our staff, and their families.
 
Funded
850.00
 
Mountain Sprouts Children's Community
Outdoor, Nature-based Learning for Kids!
Mountain Sprouts Children's Community is committed to meeting the diverse needs of each student through creative exploration of the natural world. MSCC does this through its four programs: Evergreen full-day preschool, Willow half-day preschool and full-day transitional Kinder/1st grade, toddler playgroups and summer camps. We strive for equal access by offering a robust tuition assistance program.
 
Funded
280.00
 
NCW Arts Alliance
Create. Connect. Collaborate.
NCW Arts Alliance is a brand-new nonprofit dedicated to supporting and connecting artists of all stripes across the North Central Washington region. Every day, artists and arts organizations in our area are creating the life-affirming expressions we all need in these times to grow and rebuild our individual and collective resiliency and economic stability. Our mission is to provide access to this critical work—access to one another, to opportunities and advocacy initiatives, and to vital funding and other resources. Through connection and mutual effort, we will create a dynamic, diverse and inclusive culture of creativity and artistic excellence that will serve to strengthen our regional economy. Thank you for investing in our mission! Your donation will directly support the development of an area-wide online listing of local artists, events and artist-oriented opportunities.
 
Funded
555.00
 
NCW Community Toy Drive
Toys for Children in Need
The NCW Community Toy Drive's mission is to ensure children in need in Chelan, Douglas, and Okanogan counties receive a special gift during the Christmas season. Your donation will help us purchase gifts and specific items that we know children and teens need. We work with several local agencies who help identify kids in need and distribute the toys. In recent years, we have seen an increase in the number of teens becoming a part of the distribution, as well as homeless youth. This last season we were able to provide gifts for 129 homeless teens. With the continued impact on the economy, we are anticipating another increase in the numbers served for the teens age group. Many community families will have unmet needs for their children. On behalf of the children, we want to share a simple statement made by an elementary age child: "This is for me, are you kidding!" Thank you for your support!
 
Funded
3,630.00
 
North Valley Hospital Foundation
Helping to Grow Local Health Care
Our North Valley Hospital district, located 25 miles from Canada, serves a sparse population with its Critical Access Hospital, whole family health clinic, 2 physical therapy clinics, and an extended care facility. NVH Foundation members are proud to assist this high quality and personalized patient care standard. For the Extended Care residents who are prone to falling out of bed, NVHF supplied special low beds that can lower to the floor which eliminated the need for hospital-like safety rails. To keep minds and bodies active, a full Activities Cart was stocked last year. The handicap bus purchased accommodates 3 wheelchair passengers, along with seating for up to 12 others. These day rides in the familiar nearby hills provides hours of enjoyment along memory lane. To increase public awareness of our district's services and capabilities, NVHF funds the production and mailing of its twice-a-year newsletter. NVHF supports the medical staff by funding scholarships, with $2,250 paid this fall: 2 for employees and 1 for a newly enrolled medical student. Education can also be fun as seen at the Ice Cream Socials, where commissioners, nursing and administration staff join NVHF members to offer ice cream cups to the public at farmers markets and Garlic Festival to answer questions and discuss health care. NVHF works to make a difference in our local health care.
 
Funded
575.00
 
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
Protecting Families, Strengthening Communities
Many immigrants in our community face deportation and separation from their families simply because they cannot afford an attorney. Since there is no right to an attorney in immigration court, low-income immigrants who have a legal right to remain here must navigate the complex immigration legal system alone. With your help, this project will provide legal representation so they can access protections for which they qualify under law. Your support will ensure that members of our community—regardless of how much money they have or where they were born—will be protected from violence, stay together with their families, and have opportunities in work and education. Our Vision: Northwest Immigrant Rights Project strives for justice and equity for all persons, regardless of where they were born. Our Values and Principles: Dignity, Fairness, Solidarity, Self-Determination, Safety, and Inclusion.
 
Funded
1,630.00
 
Numerica Performing Arts Center
Keep the Arts Alive in Downtown Wenatchee
Located in the heart of downtown Wenatchee at the Stanley Civic Center, the Numerica Performing Arts Center offers something for everyone year-round in an intimate 550-seat venue. Pull back the curtain, and you may see your neighbor dancing, singing, acting, playing, or working behind the scenes on the Numerica PAC stage and consider it home to the creative side of them that brings them joy. Step into the box office, and you may hear a patron asking when a speaker who moved them to tears or a musician who inspired their teenage nostalgia will return. Pass through the lobby, and you may experience the wonder in a child's eyes at seeing the magic of the arts, literature, or science come alive – perhaps for the first time ever. Accessible ticket prices and rental income cover less than 50% of the funds needed to maintain and operate the Numerica PAC's facility and organization. Your donation supports a space where arts and culture can continue to enrich our youth, downtown spaces, and local community today and for generations to come.
 
Funded
1,130.00
 
Okanogan Behavioral HealthCare
Highland Center for Mental Wellness and Substance Use Recovery
Okanogan Behavioral HealthCare's (OBHC) Highland Center (formerly Highland Clubhouse) is a place for personal growth, development and renewal. It's a warm and welcoming environment where individuals can learn to manage their mental health, overcome substance use disorders and/or emotional trauma, and gain living skills while progressing toward their personal definition of success and happiness. Highland Center offers encouragement, supportive social relationships, therapeutic group sessions, and other healing activities, all at no cost to participants. Past Give NCW contributions helped provide home visits, meals and activities to program participants who were isolated and lonely during Covid health and safety restrictions. Please give and add your support for their transformations.
 
Funded
175.00
 
Okanogan County Child Development Association
Inspire a Love for Reading
You can inspire a love of reading. This is your opportunity to help children in Okanogan County and Bridgeport increase their literacy skills through the Dolly Parton Imagination Program. OCCDA is an affiliate for this program, which provides free, age appropriate, quality books mailed to each child's home every month. Before receiving books from our program, 40% of registered parents had 10 or less books in their homes and 27.5% of parents read to their children once a week or less. Since receiving books, 87.5% of parents report reading to their children three times a week or more and 70% of parents report their children ask to be read to more often. The Dolly Parton Imagination Library Program provides richer home literacy environments, increases children's interest in reading, and helps children develop emerging literacy skills. Your generous donation will go directly towards putting books in the hands of local children.
 
Funded
310.00
 
Okanogan County Community Action Council
Food Pantries in Okanogan
Food pantries in Okanogan County have been experiencing food shortages as a result of the increased demand during the pandemic and high rates of inflation. Food, gas, and other basic necessities are more expensive, forcing people to make decisions on how to cover higher heating bills, rent, and costs for daily living. The Okanogan County Community Action Council is collecting donations to help support 9 food pantries in Okanogan County. Every donation counts and is greatly appreciated. Okanogan County remains one of the most distressed counties in Washington State with 25% of its residents living at or below the poverty level. Each year, the food pantries collect and distribute more than one million pounds of food to over 8,000 residents, many of whom are children. More than 250 seniors rely on special food commodity deliveries each week. Supply chain issues have created shortages of food at a time when there is new demand for it and more residents are using the food pantries to help make ends meet. Private donations of cash help purchase special items like meat and dairy products during the holiday season. Turkeys, hams, and other holiday favorites are not typical food pantry items. We strive to provide those items during the holiday season through private donation support. Your donation helps support families with children and seniors with a little something extra and special this holiday season. Thank you so much for your gift. Happy Holidays.
 
Funded
625.00
 
Okanogan County Search and Rescue Association
Help Save Lives
When you are lost, cold, hungry, or injured, hours seem like days, and days seem like a lifetime. The ability to respond rapidly to a lost or injured person incident requires incredible dedication from an all-volunteer organization like OCSAR. Many hours of training are needed, the calls rarely come at a convenient time, and the missions can be long. Experienced searchers know that when someone is in trouble, they must drop everything, grab their gear, and go. This level of commitment is required of our members and is rare in volunteer organizations. If you are lost or injured in the woods or the mountains, we are there for you 24/7. Ground searchers, dog team, rope-rescue, water response, drones, and more. Please help keep us sharp. Help fund our ongoing training needs.
 
Funded
820.00
 
Okanogan Highlands Alliance
Restoring and Protecting Nature in the Okanogan Highlands
Engaging our community in the protection and restoration of the natural environment is core to Okanogan Highlands Alliance's (OHA's) mission. Amid the unique and diverse landscapes of northeastern Okanogan County, OHA encourages education about the natural world. We seek to spark appreciation for the land, ecosystems and wildlife, and energize people to make choices and take actions that conserve resources and protect clean water and natural habitats. OHA advocates for measures to clean up pollution at the now-closed gold mine on Buckhorn Mountain, restores habitat and wetland function on Myers Creek, stewards a 65-acre Wetland and Wildlife Preserve on the south end of Lost Lake, and invites the community to learn about, care for, advocate for, and recreate in the Okanogan Highlands throughout the year. Your donation will galvanize OHA's efforts to support education, restoration, and public participation focused on protecting the environment on which life and the well-being of future generations depends.
 
Funded
590.00
 
Okanogan Regional Humane
Low Cost Spay/Neuter Project
Okanogan Regional Humane has been working tirelessly to provide low cost spay/neuter and emergency veterinary care to Okanogan County. This year many animal welfare organizations were overwhelmed with the number of unintentional litters of cats and dogs surrendered or in need of veterinary care. ORH exists to try to prevent the overwhelming number of surrendered animals flooding shelters that was experienced this year. Veterinary care can be a cost that many families can not afford, which has contributed to the current animal rescue crisis. Spay and neuter programs are the only way to stop the overpopulation at the source. The reservoir is full. It is time to turn off the faucet.
 
Funded
785.00
 
Okanogan Valley Orchestra and Chorus
Home Sweet(er) Home
OVOC has been working on making our HOME a lot sweeter! Generous donations have made it possible to reroof the building and redo the electrical entry. We have been busy with repairs, cleaning, building storage, and organizing. We've also started on painting the exterior, but we ran into difficulties with the old paint and we look forward to completing this project next year. In the long term, we plan to host small events for our members and community, but first things first: We need to fund a fully accessible bathroom by 2024. We know that we cannot serve all of our members and community without one!
 
Funded
310.00
 
Our Valley Our Future
Building Greater Community Resiliency
One of the big goals behind Our Valley Our Future's new 2022-26 Action Plan is to build community resiliency through "upstream" initiatives, including a climate action plan, a bilingual wildfire preparedness campaign, early childhood and career connected learning programs, a community-wide approach to creating healthier lifestyles, diverse leadership programs, civic events and activities to heal community divisiveness, and Internet access for all. OVOF is working to ensure each initiative has the upfront resources and organizational backbone to successfully implement these broadly-supported resiliency solutions. An investment in Our Valley Our Future is an investment in the community's future. We cannot do this without you.
 
Funded
2,050.00
 
Pateros Brewster Community Resource Center
Essential Resources for Community Resilience
PBCRC serves the local community by hosting and providing access to programs and services that impact economic resilience and mental/emotional health. This year we've seen an increase in individuals and families needing emergency funds just to stay in their homes, keep their lights on, and access groceries. Our crew of local volunteers also delivers Food and Care Kits to those in isolation with COVID throughout Okanogan County and Bridgeport. Okanogan WorkSource now has an office space at PBCRC to provide employment services locally 3 days a week. They play a big role in helping people pay their bills and support their families through prolonged illness, seasonal unemployment, job finding & skills training. And our Technology Center is open weekdays, staffed by our Americorps Tech Center Navigator. These spaces are available for community access to computers, printing, a Zoom cart, digital camera, and conference room space for classes and meetings. When the going gets tough, "we're here to help—what's on your mind?" Your gift will go toward making sure those in our communities have a local resource to get them through tough times.
 
Funded
515.00
 
Ridge 2 River Animal Haven and Humane Education
Inspiring Compassion for All
Are you a curious person? Do you wonder how we can make the world a more compassionate place - where the planet, and all the beings on it, are treated with respect and kindness? Ridge to River has built a safe place for humans and animals, where we can come together and learn there is more that we share then what separates us. Through the Circle of Compassion, we teach how mental, physical, social, and environmental health are all interconnected. We are part of nature, not separate from. Our own well-being is dependent upon the health and well-being of all others and the world around us. Join us in working toward a future where humans, animals, and the planet can thrive in harmony.
 
Funded
150.00
 
SAGE (Safety, Advocacy, Growth Empowerment)
Break the Cycle
SAGE is committed to ending violence through education, advocacy, and empowerment. We are dismantling the institutions of oppression that lead to violence: racism, patriarchy, classism, and sexism. We dedicate our work to supporting survivors and holding perpetrators of violence accountable. SAGE has four main programs: domestic violence services, sexual assault services, crime victims trauma assistance, and family advocacy center. SAGE offers: counseling, advocacy, emergency shelter, information & referral services, safety planning, protection order assistance, community education, support groups, and food, diaper, clothing, and hygiene products. Your donation will help support our efforts to support survivors and break the cycle of domestic violence.
 
Funded
7,200.00
 
Serve Wenatchee Valley
Be the Hope Your Neighbor Needs
When was the last time you realized you were an answer to someone's prayers? Hundreds of families in our community are crying out for help and aren't sure where to turn. The risk of becoming homeless is higher than ever, and Serve Wenatchee simply gives you the opportunity to let your light shine. Together, we can help individuals and families know that they are not facing their struggles alone. Rent and utility assistance, as well as the opportunity to shop for food at the Fresh HOPE Market offers HOPE at just the right time and helps prevent homelessness in our community. Thank you for your gift of any amount and BE THE HOPE YOUR NEIGHBOR NEEDS.
 
Funded
7,740.00
 
Small Miracles
Food That's In When School Is Out
Small Miracles has been feeding children in the Wenatchee Valley since 2012. To date, over 175,000 meals have been served to children who are hungry, helping families make ends meet. During the school year, children rely on free/reduced meals and in many cases, this is their main meal of the day. When school is not in session, sadly many go without. That is where Small Miracles steps in to fill that gap with a nutritious meal ensuring no one goes hungry! Children can count on Small Miracles Monday through Thursday during the summer and other times when asked to provide much needed food thanks to our generous community.
 
Funded
800.00
 
Stage Kids WA
Building Characters, One Child at a Time!
We believe the best hope for the future is our local youth. They are the leaders of tomorrow in our community and our world, and we happen to live close enough to surround them with a community of shared values and support -- a FAMILY. Stage Kids uses the proven power of the performing arts to help local youth ages 4-18 develop LIFE SKILLS, CHARACTER, and RELATIONSHIPS for a bright future. Through year-round classes, camps, shows, school partnerships, and teen apprenticeships, we help local youth develop confidence, self-awareness, responsibility, teamwork, empathy, creativity, diverse relationships, and so much more - lead by role-model staff. In so doing, our entire community benefits as staff, parents, community volunteers, and patrons all share in the experience of collective growth together! Your support makes you part of the Stage Kids Family, and together, we are BUILDING CHARACTERS, ONE CHILD AT A TIME! Thank you!
 
Funded
2,870.00
 
Sustainable NCW
Creating a Roadmap for a Low-Carbon, Resilient Community
We are becoming all too familiar with the impacts that the climate crisis is having in NCW, whether that be excessive heat, unhealthy air quality from smoke, or wildfires threatening our homes and property. Now is the time to come together as a community to reduce the emissions that are contributing to these changes. Sustainable NCW is working to transform our valley into a model for a post-carbon economy that not only reduces these impacts but also helps to create jobs, improves public health, retains our beautiful natural environment, and builds community resiliency. We are collaborating with other organizations throughout Chelan and Douglas counties to develop a regional plan that will reduce emissions and maximize the value of our hydropower. This project will be at least an 18 month endeavor and will cost about $15,000 in staff time. Support this important work by contributing today. Every dollar you give goes toward the effort for a better future for our valley.
 
Funded
1,510.00
 
TEAMS Learning Center
TEAMS = Training Educating And Mentoring Services
At TEAMS Learning Center we value hands on, play based early learning focused on the education of students, teachers and family members. Our remarkable teachers provide full time and part time early learning for children ages 0 through 5. We focus on social, emotional, cognitive, creative and physical developmental in the most critical years of a child's life. TEAMS recognizes the first five years of brain development is profoundly important to create a strong foundation for growing and learning. It takes a village to raise the next generation of leaders and TEAMS is here to help. Check us out on Facebook at TEAMS Learning Center or email us at teamslearningcenter@gmail.com. Play on Purpose!
 
Funded
125.00
 
The Brave Warrior Project
Give Joy, Change a Life
This year, The Brave Warrior Project is launching our Give Joy, Change a Life fundraising campaign to raise funds to provide the children, youth and families in our care with everything they need to have a positive and empowering experience. As our team was planning this campaign, we couldn't help but reflect on the true meaning and impact of joy itself. Raising children and adults impacted by disability or chronic illness can be isolating, financially straining, and overwhelming - there is such a need for joy. The Give Joy, Change a Life campaign not only helps The Brave Warrior Project ensure our families feel supported and less isolated, but it creates a space for joy and celebration. What's even more special is that this "joy" is not only felt by our families, but it permeates throughout our community. Giving and having joy is important. It's necessary. Joy lifts us up and helps us feel a sense of belonging. Our Give Joy, Change a Life campaign is about so much more than making a donation and providing financial support. By supporting our campaign, you are eliminating barriers for children with disabilities and chronic illness. Give Joy this holiday season, and donate to local children, youth, and families with disabilities and chronic illness today by donating to our Give NCW campaign. Watch this video to learn more.
 
Funded
1,430.00
 
The First Tee Central Washington
Programs and Mentorship for Children and Youth Through Golf
At First Tee Central Washington, we are empowering children and youth through golf by developing experiences that are meaningful, where kids and teens feel excited to grow, safe to fail, and better equipped for what comes their way next. Our program adheres to nine core values that transform and strengthen the lives of children and youth including integrity, judgement, honesty, responsibility, sportsmanship, respect, confidence, perseverance, and courtesy. First Tee Central Washington provides classes, training, all equipment and materials and practice time for youth in our region to learn how to play golf and continue their love for the game of golf. We also are involved in the physical education programs (NSP) in our local schools. Our goal is to reach all children and youth who have an interest in the game of golf, giving them the opportunity to participate in a sport that will provide them with life-long skills. We provide facilities and resources along with coaches and mentors to all children and youth regardless of their circumstances and/or financial situation.
 
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0.00
 
Thrive Chelan Valley
Serve, Empower, Advocate for ALL Lake Chelan Valley Youth!
We accomplish our mission and vision through our three programs: Thrive Cares, Thrive Mentoring, and Thrive Teen Center. Thrive Cares is a wraparound service that creates opportunities for the community to help break down barriers for youth by meeting immediate and tangible needs. Requests are made for warm winter coats, boots, school supplies, clothing, ASB fees, etc. We also support students living with food insecurity through our Food2Schools program which sends ready to go meals home for the weekend in collaboration with the Chelan and Manson School Districts. Thrive Mentoring empowers youth by connecting them with healthy adults to form positive, caring relationships and cultivate resilience. Thrive Teen Center is our flagship after school program that provides a safe space for teens to relax, socialize, get a snack, receive tutoring, learn a new skill, and connect with peers and positive adults. Health and wellness are the focus of the Teen Center. Meeting the basic needs of our youth includes providing a clothes closet, food pantry, and personal hygiene closet that can be accessed anytime. We are currently open every Tuesday and Thursday 3:00-5:30pm. Look for the Teen Center opening four days a week Monday - Thursday beginning the end of February 2023.
 
Funded
540.00
 
Together for Youth
Prevent Substance Use & Suicide for Health & Safety of NCW Youth
TOGETHER! has worked to prevent substance use, bullying, violence, crime & suicide for those under the age of 18 since 1993. We support and provide a variety of programs to students from kindergarten through 12th grade in partnership with school districts, individual schools & a variety of community organizations. We also provide free parenting courses to help parents teach their kids how to navigate difficult situations without turning to unhealthy behaviors. Your gift will help us continue and expand our effort to advance the health, safety & success of youth in our community.
 
Funded
125.00
 
TREAD (Trails Recreation Education Advocacy and Development)
Conservation: Protect the Outdoors
Protecting local assets and our sense of place. TREAD is leading a collective impact project where conservation and sustainability is a priority. We believe conservation and sustainability of public lands for Outdoor Recreation can be done in collaboration across partners when we consider a delicate balance between protection and the promotion of use for our natural landscapes. We will work to implement long-term comprehensive planning which considers both conservation and outdoor recreation. Plans will include direct and indirect impacts of current recreation and recreation development. We will create partnerships and projects where lands are utilized and also valued.
 
Funded
350.00
 
Upper Valley Connection
Enriching the Lives of our Special Needs Community
Everyone craves a sense of accomplishment, a sense of belonging, a sense of community. For over 20 years, Upper Valley Connection has provided community-based activities for people with special needs, helping them to connect with each other and the greater community through arts, theatre, sports, and other social activities. Your generosity helps ensure that our special needs community will enjoy access to fulfilling activities and help them realize their sense of belonging in our community. Thank you for making a difference!
 
Funded
320.00
 
Upper Valley MEND
Meeting the Needs of Cashmere and Upper Valley Residents
Upper Valley MEND works to meet the food, housing, emergency financial assistance, and wellness needs of local families struggling to make ends meet. Dawn and Michael were facing the winter in a tent at a dispersed campsite. Upper Valley MEND helped them fix the brakes on their truck, making it safe to drive. We also helped with the first month's rent at a RV park with facilities. They both now have full-time jobs. They no longer qualify for government benefits, so they use the Community Cupboard food bank, where there is no income qualification barrier, to supplement their groceries. They are putting the money they save toward buying a RV to live in. Thanks to community support, Dawn and Michael were able to get back on their feet and plan for a better future. Your support gives your neighbors the help they need when a crisis hits, and helps build a healthy, vibrant community for all.
 
Funded
6,475.00
 
Velocity Swimming
Year-round Competitive Swim Team
We are a year-round competitive swim team offering high-quality professional coaching and technique instruction in the Wenatchee Valley for all ages and abilities.
 
Funded
350.00
 
Wellness Place
Give Hope to Our NCW Cancer Warriors
"You have cancer". Three dreaded words no one ever wants to hear. Sadly, each year in North Central Washington over 1,400 individuals will receive a cancer diagnosis. This brings a journey that is emotionally and financially overwhelming, especially in our current economic times. At Wellness Place we give FREE compassionate cancer support to all residents in Chelan, Douglas, and Okanogan counties. Just some of the free services we provide are: Gas cards - to ease the costly burden of travel to and from treatments; Wigs - for those losing their hair due to chemotherapy and radiation; Nutritional drinks - to supply nutrients when eating becomes too difficult due to nausea and pain; and so much more. We are powered by giving people like you with generous donations to help our mission stay possible. Cancer does not discriminate; not based on age, race, income, or status, and until there is a cure for cancer it is our honor and mission to help all of our NCW cancer warriors. Your donation will improve the lives of our local cancer warriors and their families, and give them strength, courage and hope. Watch our video to learn more.
 
Funded
7,645.00
 
Wenatchee Area Genealogical Society
Collecting and Protecting our Area's Family Histories
Earlier this year, East Wenatchee Boy Scout Troop 89 visited our library to earn their genealogy badges and to learn about family research. The scouts were excited to find pictures of grandma and grandpa in our local yearbook collection. A chaperone found her uncle's obituary in our treasury of NCW newspaper clippings and discovered he too had been a leader of Troop 89! We love seeing these connections made and plan to expand our North Central Washington-focused holdings in our newly reorganized library. Your contribution will provide for the collection and preservation of our shared area history for future generations. Thank you!
 
Funded
310.00
 
Wenatchee Downtown Association
Maintaining the Heart of this Community
We are focused on keeping our downtown vibrant and thriving. Providing programs to connect people to this place. We champion small businesses and historic buildings they occupy.
 
Funded
125.00
 
Wenatchee FC Youth
Supporting Our Community's Passion for Youth Soccer
We offer youth soccer programs ranging from recreational academies for beginning players to elite high school traveling teams that compete on a national stage. The overriding theme is to provide the best possible environment for youth to learn the sport of soccer, develop as players, and work on the host of life skills that come from our team-based activities. These life skills include teamwork, responsibility, personal growth, and essential physical fitness. We reach widely across our community and connect an amazing diversity of families while providing a unifying source of community pride, activity enrichment, and unique experiences. The club takes great pride in having a significant, need-based Scholarship Program, as our aim is to enable all families the ability to participate regardless of income. The program expanded this year and provided over $55,000 in scholarships through fundraising, donations, and grant support. Please consider a donation that will help support our Scholarship Program and equipment needs. We are always striving to better support our community's passion for youth soccer. Thank you for supporting our kids!
 
Funded
100.00
 
Wenatchee Outdoors
Connecting People with Nature
Where do I go hiking with my family? How can I get outdoors when I am wheelchair bound? When you donate to Wenatchee Outdoors, you are helping provide the information for people to find the local trail that meets their specific needs. Wenatchee Outdoors was founded 17 years ago with the mission to foster exploration, appreciation, and conservation of backyard wild spaces and resources. Our organization offers over 700 local trail guidebook posts for people of varying backgrounds, ability levels, and ages. Your donation will support guided hikes for families with young children, hold classes to educate the public on how to repair outdoor gear, and keep our vast website resources relevant, up to date, and informative. Your donation keeps us connecting people to nature!
 
Funded
205.00
 
Wenatchee River Institute
Help People Get in Touch with the Natural World!
Do you care about the environment? Here is your chance to make a lasting impact. And better yet, your donation will go twice as far with a matching grant up to $20,000! The Wenatchee River Institute (WRI) provides environmental education for all ages on our campus in Leavenworth and across North Central Washington. Whether it is finding secret trails and beaches on the Wenatchee River, feeding bugs to frogs at the Leavenworth National Fish Hatchery, or finding the perfect Chanterelle mushroom in the forest, these interactions with nature will create a ripple of care for the natural world. We believe EVERYONE should have the opportunity to have these experiences. Our Pay What You Can fee structure allows anyone to attend a WRI program, no matter their income. Your support makes this possible!
 
Funded
2,000.00
 
Wenatchee Rotary Foundation, Inc.
Rotary Park Peace Plaza & Two Pickleball Courts
Would you help us promote Peace? Do you love pickleball? With your donation, you can help us complete the Wenatchee Rotary Park Peace Plaza and two Pickleball Courts. The Wenatchee Rotary Foundation has a Rotary Park account supported by the Wenatchee Rotary, Confluence Rotary and Sunrise Rotary Clubs. We are fundraising now from members of the community, businesses, and other organizations to complete the Peace Plaza and two pickleball courts in the Park in the spring 2023. Rotary Park in Wenatchee is the most used park in the city and was created over 17 years ago by members of the three Rotary Clubs, with support from the City Parks Department, local businesses and dedicated volunteers. This year we partnered with the City Parks Department to create a Peace Plaza and to build two pickleball courts near the Plaza. Much of the Peace Plaza was completed this summer, however there is more work planned in the Peace Plaza for the spring of 2023. The two pickleball courts will also be completed in 2023. However, we need your financial support to complete both projects! Learn more about the various levels of donations and how they will be used here.
 
Funded
385.00
 
Wenatchee United SC
Keeping Competative Youth Soccer Affordable for All Players
Our club recognizes the social benefits as well as the physical benefits of youth players having the opportunity to participate in an organized team sport. We continue to be the most affordable competative youth soccer club in the area because we believe no player should be priced out the program. We are a family oriented club and always emphasize the "UNITED FAMILY" mentality. We provide free club events throughout the year to help bring our team Families together and continue to seek out new ways to have an all-inclusive foundation within our program. We strive to impact player's lives by instilling the love of the game, helping player's develop their soccer skills, and life skills.
 
Funded
285.00
 
Wenatchee Valley College Foundation
Student Success
Education has the power to transform the lives of students, their families, and our community. The WVC Foundation empowers students to fulfill their goals by responding to emerging needs. Give NCW will fund the foundation's efforts to provide access to education through college readiness workshops, emergency assistance, and community outreach.
 
Funded
4,715.00
 
Wenatchee Valley Follies Guild and Children's Foundation
Fullfilling Basic Needs of Local Children
WVFG&CF has been raising money and contributing it to our community needs since 1948. During the last 75 years, the Guild has raised over 1 Million dollars and has used the funds to support local community needs like health care, Women's Resource Center, Senior Center, CASA, toy drives, coat drives and many more worthwhile causes. Today, the Guild focuses on basic needs of the children in our valley. We work with local organizations and school family advocates to find the kids that need food, clothing and safety. WVFG&CF does not use any of the funds raised for administration - 100% of donations go to children in need. We see our Guild as a lean, boots on the ground organization. We are helping bridge gaps between needs and programs where kids might not qualify. One particular child we helped was being bypassed by normal agencies that help children. He was in the wrong county, mom had filled out the wrong paperwork, but the reality was he was living in a car with his mom. We were able to cut through red tape and get them into housing. Today, he has graduated from high school, has a job and is paying the rent for him and his mom. We often partner with local businesses to provide, coats, equipment for school programs, food, safe housing, and creatively find solutions to provide for our local children. We actively seek out the legitimate needs of our local youth to solve their insecurities and provide them what every child deserves, a safe opportunity to thrive.
 
Funded
225.00
 
Wenatchee Valley Humane Society
Imagine a More Humane Society this Holiday Season
A record number of animals are flooding into Wenatchee Valley Humane Society. In fact, we've never seen intake numbers so high in 55 years of saving pets' lives. Now, as winter sets in, we will take in even more stray animals…pets that desperately need YOU to help them thrive: - $37 feeds a hungry pet healthy meals - $63 gives vital vaccines to an animal - $109 cares for a sick or injured pet Help us reach our goal of $35,000 to ensure the Wenatchee Valley Shelter animals receive the best possible care. Your generous donation will lift not only your spirit, but aid in building a more Humane Society.
 
Funded
11,164.00
 
Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center
Our Lego Robotics Team of 9-13 year-olds Needs Your Help!
We are a FIRST® LEGO® League Robotics Team here in Wenatchee. Our team consists of 9-13 year olds that meet two times a week in the MakerSpace of the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center. The team members gain so much from this program. They develop logic skills, programming experience, and they benefit from a great place to be after school, with friends who share their interests. Your donation will help us purchase new robotic kits, laptops, and other Lego equipment so we can replace our outdated and broken equipment and grow our team so more kids can join us and get their chance to build really cool robots too.
 
Funded
1,040.00
 
Wenatchee Valley Symphony Association
Youth Orchestra -Excellence in Music with the Joy of Performance
The Youth Orchestra includes student musicians from homeschools and local public schools throughout the Valley. Donations will support scholarships and cover fees for our middle school and high school students.
 
Funded
200.00
 
Wenatchee Valley YMCA
Middle School Initiative - Teen Center for All
Together we will provide FREE access to the YMCA Teen Center to every middle school student in this valley! As a leading non-profit service organization in our valley, we are best positioned to respond to this critical community gap, when middle schoolers are too old for most traditional camps and programs but still need opportunities to be safe and active. Together with your help, our Teen Outreach program can reduce barriers to participation, give kids strong mentors, a safe place, and fun activities and opportunities that allow them to both contribute and feel a sense of support and belonging. For 112 years, the Wenatchee Valley YMCA has consistently made sure that no child is denied participation because of an inability to pay. Our generous community supports our mission and allows us to serve ALL equitably. Our program sites include a full facility Y in Wenatchee, 7 licensed childcare sites at Eastmont, Wenatchee and Cascade School districts and our premier Lake Wenatchee YMCA (resident) Camp.
 
Funded
5,450.00
 
Women's Resource Center of NCW
Housing and Support for Homeless Individuals and Families
WRC envisions a world in which all individuals and families have safe, decent, affordable, and accessible housing plus other necessities of life in an environment which honors diversity, promotes education, self-esteem, and encourages mutual respect. Our transitional housing at the Bruce helps families stay together as the only shelter in the area that accommodates families with both parents. The Landlord-Tenant-Liaison program assists people who have vouchers to find housing in the community and exit homelessness. Our permanent supportive housing supports individuals experiencing chronic homelessness who also have disabilities. We utilize a trauma-informed approach and strive to connect our clients to the resources they need. This multi-layered and tiered approach to addressing homelessness helps our clients reach their full potential and strive for their dreams. Your donation will deliver support to these programs that guide children and families out of homelessness into a new life. Help us be the hand up families need to reach self-sufficiency.
 
Funded
9,025.00
 
YWCA North Central Washington
Core Mission Support
YWCA NCW changes the lives of our community's most vulnerable every day. Your support enables us to get people into safe and stable housing, directly provide critical resources, and lift up the voices of historically marginalized communities. Join us in changing lives!
 
Funded
1,190.00