Families in need have another place to sleep now.
For many people, the best gift this holiday season will be a new apartment building between State Street and Pacific Avenue.
The Christmas Bureau provides thousands of toys and books for families in need – and through Friday, December 20, families can visit them at the Spokane County Fairgrounds, located at 404 North Havana Street to shop for Christmas.
On the surface, it may just look like old linen. That's because it is. One local man is looking to give those old linens a new life.
The Gonzaga Family Haven project is one step closer to reality thanks to a new $5 million grant.
The opening date for Spokane's newest warming center has been postponed, as the city works to finalize permits and operating procedures.
Catholic Charities is making its voice heard ahead of next week's election in Spokane.
Catholic Charities has created a security team that the non-profit organization hopes will help improve safety in downtown Spokane.
Gonzaga Law School and Catholic Charities have joined to open an immigration clinic, helping low-income people in need of immigration assistance, and training students of immigration law.
The House of Charity will temporarily expand its overflow sleeping program and extend its day services due to emergency weather conditions. The move comes at the request of Spokane City Council President Ben Stuckart.
As the temperature continues to drop, Catholic Charities is asking the Spokane community to donate blankets to the House of Charity.
On Friday, June 21, the City of Spokane informed Catholic Charities Eastern Washington that they will no longer fund the overflow sleeping services provided by House of Charity. Funding will end June 30, at which point Catholic Charities will fund the service for another two weeks.
In a program that is gaining statewide recognition and being used as a model for other cities, the transitional respite care partnership between Sacred Heart Medical Center and Catholic Charities has been helping homeless folks heal after a hospital visit for several years already.
Families from all over are able to shop at Christmas Bureau Spokane. In order to do so certain paperwork must be presented at check in.
Come "Trunk or Treat" at Catholic Charities tonight from 4-6. Free candy, books, face painting and bounce houses.
Some Spokane families who were homeless are trading uncertainty for their own lock and key.
Plans for new homeless housing in downtown Spokane is getting some pushback from local businesses. Employees and business owners from about 40 businesses along Division Street have signed a petition in hopes of stopping Catholic Charities from building any more housing in the area.
On Friday afternoon in a joint release, the City of Spokane and Catholic Charities announced they would be cutting back on the amount of overnight sleeping spaces currently available at the now 24/7 House of Charity.
Catholic Charities and Spokane City Council are at odds over who should pay for extra patrols outside House of Charity.
A new apartment complex under construction in northwest Spokane will be provide new homes for children and their parents living on the streets. This is one of Catholic Charities latest housing projects as they work to end homelessness in Spokane.
Students at Mt. Spokane High School have done something amazing for families in Spokane.
Over the past ten years, Blessings Under the Bridge has become a staple for Spokane's homeless and low income populations.