YFA Connections News!!
A big SHOUT OUT to Officers Archie, Yelenich and K-9 Officer Hilani for the fantastic and much appreciate donation of clothing for the kids at the Crisis Residential Center on behalf of the EWU Police Department!!
Thank you BANK OF AMERICA for your support in helping us to provide healthy, nutritious food for the kids at the Crisis Residential Center!
The guys from FLSmidt-Rahco and their safety project at the Crisis Residential Center
Thanks to Joe Cline for putting out the call to rally and to Michael Stiner, Javier Jimenez, Cary Ross, Conrad Kelly, Robert Speerstra and Shawn Harrington for answering the call!
Inland Northwest Blood Bank comes to the Crisis Residential Center for
United Way Day of Caring 2012
2012 Community Partner Award - to DARIGOLD with gratitude for their continuing support of our Mission and the kids that we serve at the Crisis Residential Center in Spokane. And - because their Cow Girls are fabulous and so are their humans!
ENTERPRISE HOLDINGS FOUNDATION has awarded YFA Connections with a Foundation Grant to purchase new mattresses for the kids at the at the Crisis Residential Shelter. We are so grateful for the continuing support of Enterprise Foundation!
2011 Community Partner Award to Enterprise Holding Foundation in gratitude for their continued support of the YFA Mission and services to our clients.
Lorenzo Silva and Matt Meier accepting the award on behalf of Enterprise
FLORENCE WASMER FUND FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES 2010 has awarded the Crisis Residential Center funding to purchase a a new stainless steel freezer for the shelter. We are very grateful for this opportunity to save money on food costs!! Thanks so much :-)
Potlatch Day of Caring 2009
On Thursday August 27th a crew of 18 volunteers from Potlatch Corporation, including President/CEO Michael Covey, descended upon YFA Connections’ Crisis Residential Center. The CRC is a shelter for at-risk and homeless youth located in a home on the South Hill that was built in 1904 – and Potlatch is a community minded organization filled with caring, compassionate and STRONG people willing to spend a HOT afternoon helping a local non-profit. There were many trenches to be dug using picks and shovels, 5000 square feet of carpet that really needed cleaning, and the family counseling room that sorely needed a fresh coat of paint. Lots of laughing, sweating, struggling with roots, rocks and metal pipes, cold water, cookies and mocking from the painters, culminated in a day that was truly inspiring for those of us at YFA who were on the receiving end of this generous donation of time, talent and sweat equity. We are forever grateful to Potlatch Corporation for choosing YFA Connections as their United Way Day of Caring project for 2009.
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