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Give Where You Live
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“It’s the right thing to do.”

 

Summers here in the Inland Northwest are perfect in just about every way but one: Charitable giving goes down across the board.

But there are neighbors in need here in our community, every day of the year. In fact, UGM will serve more than 87,000 meals and provide more than 31,000 nights of shelter this summer.

The goal of our 97-day Summer Campaign is to cover the $401,140 cost for those services.

The Union Gospel Mission is 100% committed to serving men, women and children in need right here in the Inland Northwest, 365 days a year. Your generous gift this summer will counter the giving slump and enable us to serve hundreds of people who need a helping hand.

When you Give Where You Live, you’re offering hope for a new life to someone right down the street, right around the corner, right in your own backyard.

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Keith Green
Meet Keith Green

Keith Green and his wife, Barbara, have lived in Spokane since the 1970s. In the ’80s, Keith worked with the Federal Housing Administration, hiring crews to clean out foreclosed homes. Two crews of Union Gospel Mission residents impressed him so much with their work that he wanted to get involved with UGM. Keith chose to give where he lived.

 

Keith served on the UGM Board of Directors for 20 years, nine as board president.

 

“I sincerely believe that by giving to the Union Gospel Mission, we are helping to make Spokane a better place to live. A community that cares for its poor and broken is a better community for everyone.”
Patrick and Ting Vollmer
Meet Patrick and Ting Vollmer

“On the surface, it appears that the UGM only feeds the hungry and provides shelter for the homeless in Spokane.  Once we delved deeper, we came to understand that the UGM feeds the soul of those who are spiritually lost through so many tangible ways. We are amazed by how one ministry can provide such vast, creative and effective opportunities for the community to serve.  What a blessing the UGM has been to Spokane and to our family.” – Patrick and Ting Vollmer give where they live.

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