Nonprofits

Within a year’s span, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Benton and Franklin Counties opened the new $5.1 million Kennewick clubhouse, pictured, and expanded into Richland to offer school-based child care. (Photo courtesy Boys and Girls Clubs of Benton and Franklin Counties)

Boys & Girls Clubs runs 27 sites, sees a thousand kids daily

The past year has been a wild ride for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Benton and Franklin Counties. The...
Tri-Cities Cancer Center

Ownership change won’t affect services, CEO says

By Andrew Kirk Despite recent ownership challenges, the Tri-Cities Cancer Center is not going anywhere and there will be no...
Athalia Clower left her job at Kadlec’s West Richland Primary Clinic in July for Guatemala to work with the nonprofit The Ezra Project. The group is licensed to provide a home for abandoned babies and children. (Photo courtesy The Ezra Project)

Focus on children leads Kadlec provider to Guatemala

Athalia Clower has always wanted to help people. And she has done so for more than 25 years. “I have...
High school students from refugee families visit Three Rivers Place to tour and learn about a career in nursing as part of the Family Learning Center program. The center, which helps Tri-City refugees thrive in their new home, is one of the nonprofits supported by United Way’s fundraising efforts. (Photo courtesy Family Learning Center)

United Way launches annual campaign, census outreach

United Way of Benton and Franklin Counties is kickstarting its annual fundraising campaign in September. And it is armed with...
Paul Shane is the new director of Edith Bishel Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired in Kennewick. As Tri-City baby boomers age, he predicts an increasing demand for the center’s services. The nonprofit serves more than 250 people annually. (Photo by Andrew Kirk)

Center for the blind director ready to address growing need

By Andrew Kirk As Tri-City baby boomers age, the number finding themselves losing vision is expected to balloon. One in...
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Nonprofit doesn’t mean no profit

By Michele Roth Someone recently commented to me how they didn’t want to donate to a charity event because the...
This promotional fair photo from 1954 features Queen Mary Jene Mullineaux. (Courtesy East Benton County Historical Society)

Bicounty fair and rodeo roots run deep

By East Benton County Historical Society Sixty-five years ago this month, the Benton County Fair and Rodeo came into its...
Steve Ackerman and Mimi Geibel perform as Waterbound at last year’s Tumbleweed Music Festival. This year’s event is Labor Day weekend and they’ll be performing again. (Photo courtesy David Carson)

Richland folk fest pays tribute to power of music

The 23rd annual Tumbleweed Music Festival in Richland Labor Day weekend pays homage to a folk music legend who would...
Beau Ruff, Cornerstone Wealth Strategies

Private family foundations can get donors, kids involved

By Beau Ruff Financially successful people often contemplate the highest and best use of their assets. In some cases, those...

Giving strategies offering tax benefits

By Scott Sarber I am constantly amazed at the generosity of our Tri-City community. There are many great nonprofit organizations...

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West Richland Area Chamber of Commerce in Person Luncheon Meeting

December 1 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm

Tri-City Family Expo 2022: Pirate Fairies

January 28 2022 - January 29 2022

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