Numerica Credit Union distributes $300,000 to regional nonprofits, ten from Spokane

SPOKANE, Wash. — Numerica Credit Union distributed more than $300,000 to 24 nonprofits through the 2022 Numerica Charitable Fund. 

The fund provides grants to organizations who do good things in the community, from fostering education opportunities to supporting women and children and more.

Organizations were surprised in early May. Representatives from the organizations said the fund would be used for outreach events, transportation, food banks and more.

“Numerica is proud to support organizations that show up for our most vulnerable community members when times are tough,” Carla Cicero, Numerica president and CEO, said. “This annual grant program is just another way we show our commitment to enhancing lives, fulfilling dreams and building communities.”

The nonprofits that received funds include the following: Community-Minded Enterprises, Family Promise of Spokane, Habitat for Humanity, Spokane Eastside Reunion Association, Spokane Police Foundation, SNAP Resource Rides, The Big Table, Transitions, Vanessa Behan and Women & Children’s Free Restaurant & Community Kitchen.

“We’re grateful to Numerica Credit Union for their continued support of our work and this generous gift,” Suzanne Suyama, Community-Minded Enterprises director of early learning, said. “It means we can continue to lift up child care providers and strengthen these important community businesses. Thank you Numerica for making community a verb.”

You can go HERE for more information on Numerica’s Charitable Fund.

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