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Mardi Bras Spokane

  Proceeds from Mardi Bras 2023 benefit the VOA Hope House and Transitions' Women's Hearth. Together they provide wrap-around services for women experiencing homelessness, beginning in the day with the Women's Hearth drop-in center and ending in the evening with shelter at the Hope House Women's Center. There are more than 500 women experiencing homelessness in Spokane each day. Meeting their basic needs can be a struggle for Hope House, a program of Volunteers of America, and Transitions' Women's Hearth. Spokane Mardi Bras aims to change that. You can help: Online Host! Have an online Mardi Bras party and invite friends...

Annual Campaign

Volunteers of America Eastern Washington (VOA) has partnered with local restaurants for their 2nd Annual ‘Give & Gather’ event starting Monday, April 22nd through Friday, April 26th. During the week-long promotion, each participating restaurant will donate a portion of their proceeds to VOA. The purpose of this event is not only to promote local businesses, but also to raise awareness about the work of VOA in providing shelter and front door keys to those in need. Whether it is $10 to purchase a bus pass for someone to get to a job interview or $500 to give the gift of education to a homeless...

I Remember Mama

For over 20 years, Volunteers of America Eastern Washington has provided lunch to over 100 women, in low-income housing, who would otherwise be spending this special day alone. These ladies have no one to celebrate Mother's Day with - they receive no cards, no phone calls, no gifts. Your gift of only $35 will sponsor one of these treasured Mama's. If you would like to make this gift in honor of your mother, Grandmother, or other special “Mama” in your life, we will send them a Mother’s Day card. Many of them look forward to this lunch as the only time...

Eye Contact

Save the Date! 9.26.24 VOA’s annual fundraiser, Eye Contact: Art Exhibit, is a one-night event that brings together local artists of all kinds to showcase their work. The evening includes food and beverage, live music, a silent auction of artwork by local artists, performance art pieces, and a gallery show of work created by youth and women who are experiencing homelessness. Returning for another year, we will have live artist Luis with Freddy Throne Art and Katey Mandley   For questions about this event or to donate please contact Rae-Lynn Barden, Marketing and Communications Director, at 509-710-8944 or email        

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