Since 1958, the House of Charity (HOC) has accepted anyone in any condition, including those suffering from mental illnesses and addiction. The HOC provides emergency services including meals, clothing, shelter, and case management to an underserved population of homeless, transient, and poor men and women in the Spokane area while ensuring preservation of individual dignity.
VOLUNTEER - Our valued volunteers bring smiles and hope to the shelter and assist in many ways. Whether you are handing out towels for showers, helping with The Sleeping Program check-in process, or driving to local grocery stores to pick up donated items for the kitchen, your time makes a world of difference.
DONATION DRIVES - The HOC is always in need of toiletries, towels, and pajamas. Our kitchen is often in need of items such as coffee, sugar, and butter as well. If you or your organization wishes to make a donation or run a donation drive, items may be dropped off during daytime hours. Thank you!
Questions about Volunteering or Donations? Please contact Cassandra Mooter, Volunteer Coordinator 509.624.7821 ext.104 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A nationally recognized program in partnership with Providence Healthcare. 2016 winner of The Catholic Health Association of the United States "Achievement Citation Award - For innovative programming that changes lives"