Community Partners

Community Partners


A healthy, sustainable youth ministry works to connect young people with other important parts in their community. We partner with pastors, church leaders, non-profits, business owners, clubs, student associations and more - and joining arms with like-minded organizations that want to reach and uplift young people

  • Our mission is to introduce kids to Jesus and to help them grow in their faith. North Spokane YL has ministries for Mead, Mt. Spokane, and Roger's HS; Northwood, Mountainside, Garry, and Highland Middle Schools; and Capernaum and Young Lives. Capernaum is about creating ministry spaces where teens and young adults with disabilities can experience fun and adventure while developing fulfilling friendships and challenging their limits while building self-esteem through clubs, camps, and other exciting activities. Young Lives is our ministry that supports pregnant and parenting teens through mentorship, community, and a life with Christ.

  • TKC is a nonprofit that helps children, teens and young adults in need feel comfortable with who they are by providing them high quality, trendy clothes at no cost to them or their families. Shoppers must be referred to us by their social worker, a school counselor, or other adults in a supervisory position.

  • The Jonah Project is a local non-profit who combats sex trafficking by providing education, advocacy through trusting relationships, and 24/7 emergency services such as immediate relocations. We help those who have been trafficked, abused, or who are at-risk of being exploited. We connect those in need to social services based on their individualized care plan!

  • Thrive International moves refugees and immigrants from surviving to thriving by providing transitional housing and programming. Located in Spokane, Washington, Thrive Center is an example of what's possible when cities can come together with local and state governments, community partners, and faith organizations and provide local solutions to a global crisis.

  • VOA is there to provide services and whole-person care to the greater Spokane homeless community. With more than 15 programs, we are here to meet people where they are on their journey of becoming housed. Serving young mothers, veterans, teens, young adults, foster youth, low barrier emergency shelters, Crosswalk Youth Shelter (13-17), Hope House shelter (18+) and the Young Adult Shelter (18-24) permanent supportive housing, and transitional housing while following a housing first and trauma-informed model.