Tell us who is doing good in the Inland Northwest: 2018 Peirone Prize nominations open
By Samantha Wohlfeil
Tags: News, Arts & Culture, News, peirone prize, 2018, give guide, nominations, spokane, inland northwest, philanthropy, Arts & Culture, News
Nominate locals doing good for the Inlander's philanthropy issue
By Chey Scott
Tags: Arts & Culture, Give Guide, Peirone Prize, philanthropy, Arts & Culture
Behind the Cover: Give Guide
By Chris Bovey
Tags: Arts, For Fun!, Give Guide, Philanthropy, Arts, For Fun!
Tell us who's making the region a better place
By Heidi Groover
Tags: Arts & Culture, Give Guide, philanthropy, inlander, give guide, non-profits, Culture, Arts & Culture
Away They Go
Two local women on their imminent aid trip to Kenya.
By Azaria Podplesky
Tags: Arts & Culture, africa, aid, nonprofits, philanthropy
TONIGHT: Benefit concert for women, by women
By Lydia Zuraw
Tags: Music, philanthropy, charity, Music
Treating Homeless Girls like Princesses
Tags: Arts & Culture, benefit, philanthropy, Culture, Arts & Culture
Fed up with her government job, one Coeur d'Alene woman decided to devote herself to fighting hunger and building sustainable agriculture.
By Chris Stein
Tags: Philanthropy, philanthropy, philanthropy 2011, food, gardening, idaho, coeur d'alene
Almost 100,000 free books later, Page Ahead is still bringing new readers into the plot.
By Daniel Walters
Tags: Philanthropy, philanthropy, philanthropy 2011, education
Meet the man determined to save and protect the city's troubled river.
By Tiffany Harms
Tags: Philanthropy, philanthropy, philanthropy 2011, bart mihailovich, environment, spokane river, riverkeeper
Heart of the Matter
The Kladar kids are living proof that age doesn't matter, at least when it comes to making a difference
Tags: Philanthropy, philanthropy, philanthropy 2011
Brent and Amy Hendricks
One local couple empowers refugees through friendship.
By Ethan Wolcott
Tags: Philanthropy, philanthropy, philanthropy 2011, business, global neighborhood thrift, refugees
About the Peirone Prize
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Tags: Philanthropy, philanthropy
Service with a Smile
Two local businesses that dish up a lot more than just a good meal.
By Joel Smith
It’s easy to complain that there’s nothing to do in Spokane. Taylor Weech is actually doing something about it.
Give it up for these new groups giving back to the community.
By Nicholas Deshais
Ben Stuckart left his job, cut his salary by 25 percent and now leads the fight against Spokane’s daunting dropout rate.
By Leah Sottile
Emily Paulson can feed 200 people for 15 bucks. So what have you done lately?
By Michael Bowen
Home For Now
When women have nowhere to go, Women’s Hearth gives them a place to call home
Tags: News, philanthropy
Seeds of Change
Brian Estes believes gardens can grow more than just fruits and veggies.
Tags: Arts & Culture, philanthropy
Ami Strahan confronts life on her own after losing her husband to freak accident, then her son at the Freeman High School shooting
Written about a teenage confidential informant, bounty hunters and a train hopper who lost his…
Posted by: Happy Schwenkfelder
on Aug 21, 2019
St. Louis, Missouri. He covers criminal justice and has written about a teenage confidential informant,…
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on Aug 21, 2019
So much for civility: McMorris Rodgers' attack ad accused of "scare tactics" against Brown
By Mitch Ryals
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