Positive change can start with hello.
Simple words can have an inspiring effect, ultimately changing the trajectory of someone’s day for the better. We believe that together, we can have a positive effect on the community members who are in need and ready to change their lives. Join us in saying hello and supporting our commitment to creating lifelong opportunities for those in our community.
hello for good is committed to helping Spokane community members connect to important resources and take advantage of opportunities that will help them thrive.
Donations and Volunteers
Help Us Grow Our Community
Donations will fund initiatives and programs that provide sustainable solutions for addiction recovery, education, housing, job training, and employment.
2023 Fall Symposium:
Building Careers, Changing Lives
Join us on October 17, 2023, for a conversation with Ed Brady, President and CEO of the Home Builders Institute (HBI), moderated by Brooke Baker Spink of Baker Construction. HBI is the nation’s leading non-profit provider of trade skills training and education for the building industry. Ed Brady is a sought-after thought leader in the housing industry and workforce development space. Don’t miss the chance to hear from him!
This event is free and open to the public.
Vision & Approach
Through a collaborative effort with business owners, leaders, and community members, we strive to create full-spectrum solutions that address addiction recovery, housing, education, job training, and employment to create real and lasting change.
Implement sustainable solutions
hello for good is dedicated to compassionately leading and implementing sustainable solutions for individuals in need throughout Spokane.
Learn from and share with local leaders
The hello for good steering committee meets weekly to learn from and share with local leaders and experts from across the country about homelessness, mental health, and addiction to help guide our actions and decisions.
Spokane Unite, an initiative modeled after successful campaigns in Houston and Atlanta, is an effort to establish an independent authority tasked with making strategic, coordinated decisions and investments, to achieve the best outcomes. Recently regional elected leadership recently announced a 90-day due diligence period to evaluate options for a regional and collaborative model to improve our collective efforts to address homelessness and its impacts on our community. Click here to learn more.
The Steering Committee
Washington Trust Bank
Washington Trust Bank
Spokane Community College
The Inland Group
Downtown Spokane Partnership
Volunteers of America of Eastern Washington / Northern Idaho
Integrate Technology, LLC
Stone Group of Companies
Hello. We are thrilled that you are here. Please check in often to learn about our upcoming volunteer opportunities and other ways you can help. Together we can make a difference.
Start a Conversation
Stay informed on hello for good news and see how your donations are making an impact and a pathway forward for those experiencing homelessness in Spokane. Have a suggestion, resource, or just want to connect? You can start here.