(Courtesy Washington State University)

WSU records third best fundraising year with $145M

Total private fundraising activity across Washington State University topped more than $145 million during fiscal year 2018, the third best...
Planned Parenthood of Greater Washington and North Idaho operates both a 501(c)(3) and a 501(c)(4) organization that will both be affected by changes to Washington state’s campaign finance laws. (Courtesy Amanda Katz)

How will state’s new campaign finance laws affect nonprofits?

By Arielle Dreher State Democratic Sen. Andy Billig of Spokane finally got his way against “dark money” in the 2018...
Mutant Printing & Promotions and Snarky Cancer is two doors down from the Kennewick Department of Licensing office off Clearwater Avenue. The shop does screen printing on T-shirts but also designs and sells customized mugs, banners and other products for the general public.

Family launches T-shirt, custom printing company in Kennewick

By Arielle Dreher A gold hand-drawn ladybug hangs in Trishia Shelly-Stephens’ freshly painted new office. It is an ode to...
CH2M Hill Plateau Remediation Co. supports the STEM Like ME! program with classroom volunteers mentoring middle school students. Hanford contractors offer their employees plenty of opportunities to volunteer and give back to the communities they live and work in. (Courtesy CHPRC)

Hanford employees know as they help charities, they help community

Hanford employees work in a variety of fields, from engineering to management, electrical and pipefitting. But despite their diverse career...

Business sale strategy: gifts of appreciated stock to charity followed by sale

By Beau Ruff If you are a business owner who is looking toward succession planning and the option of selling...

American giving to nonprofits surpasses $400 billion

By Don C. Brunell Believe it or not, there is good news to report these days. According to the Center...
Columbia Center Rotary’s outgoing president Peter Kalunian stands with incoming president Roger McDowell in front of the club’s wall of flags, which were exchanged by members who visited the Kennewick chapter or visited chapters elsewhere and brought back.

Civic-minded citizens making difference in Tri-City service groups

By Robin Wojtanik Attend a weekly meeting at Columbia Center Rotary’s event center in Kennewick, and you’ll find a diverse...
Singer and Songwriter Kate Larsen plays a painted piano, while Cynthia Vaughn, founder of the Richland’s Painted Pianos Project Tri-Cities and owner of Magnolia Music Studios, sings along inside the Landing Bistro & Lounge in Richland. Vaughn plans to install more of the painted pianos around the Tri-Cities and is looking for community support.

Painted Pianos to bring together community for art, music

Richland studio owner seeking 88 ‘key’ partners for project Painted pianos transformed into public works of art and gathering places...
Andrea Riggs, executive director of You Medical, shows off the Tri-Cities Pregnancy Network’s new name and logo in front of the Kennewick office on Clearwater Avenue. The Christian-based agency rebranded itself July 1.

29-year-old nonprofit adopts new name, image to reach more clients

Tri-Cities Pregnancy Network is now called You Medical The Tri-Cities Pregnancy Network decided to shed its name of 29 years...

Gifting offers several advantages including reducing tax exposure

By Beau Ruff The concept of gifting is simply that you give something to someone or something for no value...

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