The SAWDC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and can accept tax-deductible donations. From helping young people afford professional clothing to putting on large-scale hiring events, your support can help connect Spokane-area community members with sustainable employment. 


Our Supporters

We are grateful to the many businesses, foundations, and philanthropic entities that support program operations, capacity building, and special projects. Thank you!               

Avista Career Connect Washington
Cecelia White and Family Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Gayle Clayeux
Machelle and Mark Johnson Mattke Family Second Harvest INW
Spherion Staffing Spokane Transit Authority Women's Funding Alliance

There are many ways to help sustain the work of the SAWDC and help strengthen our local economy. If you or your business are interested in learning more, please contact our Development Director:


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