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The mission of Sports 4 the Blind is to provide a positive experience for those who are visually impaired near the Spokane area by promoting their independence and self-confidence while maintaining vigorous levels of activity to reduce any health problems due to that lack of mobility.
Seattle Quake Rugby is a non-profit, community-based, amateur athletic organization. Our mission is to foster local, regional, national and international participation and competition in the game of Rugby Union Football, and to create an environment where members of the community can learn the laws and practice of Rugby, thus improving their capabilities as players.
The Quake is especially focused on providing opportunities for learning and playing competitive Rugby to communities traditionally underrepresented in the sport, including gay men and men of color.
Veterans Lodging Inc. is committed to uplifting of homeless and disabled Veterans, their Spouses, and Widows since 1993 on a NATIONAL basis. Having helped thousands to date, a vital part of the services provided by Veterans Lodging, Inc. is their comprehensive NATIONAL TELECENTER call services. They identify the problems of their troubled clients and successfully case-manage their individual plight through our direct and indirect help efforts. Connection with Federal, State, local, and Charitable service and benefit programs along with this VETERAN’S CHARITY’S free meals, cash assistance, job placement, homeless lodging assistance, disability/widow’s pension assistance programs with identification of available help for each individual case. Veterans Lodging’s success rate is over the top once they are contacted by the homeless or disabled Veteran, Spouse, or Widow because it is an extremely difficult path for these individuals or families to navigate alone in despair. They follow-up with their clients through our continuum of care and see them on to a much better life in the America that these heroes have served so proudly with great risk and dedication. “Ask not what your Veterans can do for you, but what you can do for the homeless and disabled Veteran, their Spouses, and Widows.”