Nonprofits

Washington River Protection Solutions volunteer Bree Smith, left, watches McLoughlin Middle School students use straw rockets to test their trajectories during a STEM Like Me! session. The program addresses the disparity of students pursuing STEM subjects as they prepare to enter high school.

From programs to playhouses, STEM remains focus

By Robin Wojtanik The Tri-City community benefits from both grass-roots and professional efforts to spread awareness of STEM concepts, projects...
Marilou DeWoody helped to launch the state’s first Cancer Companions program at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Kennewick. The free Christian-based support group is for people undergoing treatment or who have had treatment in the past, as well as cancer caregivers and loved ones

Kennewick church launches new Christian-based cancer support group

A cancer diagnosis can make patients and their loved ones question their faith. But a new program at a Kennewick...
The Support, Advocacy & Resource Center’s new building at 1458 Fowler St. in Richland’s Spaulding Business Park features two separate waiting rooms, which provide more privacy and comfort for clients. The new facility is twice as big as its previous building, allowing SARC to expand its offerings. (Courtesy SARC)

New building allows SARC to expand counseling, sex trafficking services

New $1.2 million facility doubles space for Support, Advocacy & Resource Center Moving into a building twice the size of...

10 tips to detect, prevent fraud in nonprofits

By Timothy Warren The culture of most nonprofits is based on trust, honesty and a commitment to public interest. But...
LoAnn Ayers, new United Way president and CEO, is also a proud Washington State University alumni and United Way volunteer.

Campaign launch underway—full speed ahead for new United Way president

Having just completed work on a five-year, $2.6 million grant for Washington State University in June, LoAnn Ayers started as...
Chaplaincy Health Care

New name, image helps Chaplaincy Health Care better connect with community

The organization once known as Tri-Cities Chaplaincy has been given a new name and image that better reflects the evolution...
Strides Therapeutic Horesmanship Center

Strides Therapeutic Horsemanship Center in Franklin Co. provides hope

By Jeff Morrow for TCAJOB Everyone at Dun Roamin Ranch has his or her stories. And every one of those...
Hands in for Hands on

Space exhibit tests market for Hands In for Hands On Children’s Museum

Satellites have been invisibly spinning, whirling and orbiting around our world since Russia’s Sputnik first blinked about the planet decades...
Women Helping Women Fund Tri-Cities

Women Helping Women Fund Tri-Cities looks to decrease funding gap

The Women Helping Women Fund Tri-Cities (WHWF-TC) needs your help. On October 13, the women who sit on the board...

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West Richland Area Chamber of Commerce in Person Luncheon Meeting

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

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January 28 2022 - January 29 2022

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