Northview Champion: Jenny Kaluza
Anna Ogden Hall provides a safe, welcoming refuge and long-term treatment for women of all ages who are seeking to turn their lives in a new direction. They are introduced to a God who loves them and desires to redeem the brokenness of their lives. The program, which includes individual and group counseling, classes, vocational training, and addiction recovery, lasts approximately 18 months. Women with children can rest assured that their children will find a welcoming home, as well.
Northview Champion: Jeremy Myer
The City Gate was formally incorporated on April 26, 1988 as the result of several pastors from local churches banding together to create a church specifically for Spokane’s inner-city dwellers. It was recognized very early on that social needs were present in this population as well as spiritual needs, and so food and clothing banks were set up. The present location at 170 S. Madison is in the heart of downtown. Purchased and renovated in June 2000 it continues to serve both the inner-city and homeless of Spokane as a church, social drop-in center, food, clothing bank, life skills & social services as well as low cost housing and emergency shelter rooms.
Northview Champion: Amy Sandberg
Since 1991, Life Services has been coming alongside women who are facing unplanned pregnancies, offering the practical, logistical, emotional and spiritual support needed for each unique situation. Through the power of Jesus Christ, we are often able to shine light into what might feel like a hopeless situation.
Northview Champion: Jackie Rochelle
The New Hope Resource Center is a faith-based ecumenical social service organization. We are supported by local churches and by generous community contributions. Our mission is to serve basic human needs in North Spokane County including the communities of Riverside, Elk, Chattaroy, Colbert, and Mead. We do this without prejudice or discrimination, following Christ's example. In addition, we provide emergency food through the services of North County Food Pantry located in Elk, Washington.
Northview Champion: Keith & Pat Clark
Spokane County Jail Ministries is a ministry that brings Christ to the inmates of the Spokane County Jail and Geiger Correctional Facility.
Northview Champion: Neil & Jen Wahlstrom
Partnering with the Inland Northwest to reach the poor with the love and power of the gospel so they may become God-dependent, contributing members of society.
Northview Champion: Melinda Schofield
Spokane YFC is a local mission committed to reaching the youth and families living in Spokane's most impoverished neighborhoods with the love and hope of Jesus Christ.