Boys and Girls Club:
With a deep commitment to the development and resourcing for underprivileged youth, Hemmingson Philanthropy is dedicated to securing interventional programs through the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Inland Northwest. These programs work to insure that the youth in our region are met with social, emotional and academic supports that are effective in creating hope for a brighter future.
http://www.bgcspokanecounty.org and www.northidahobgc.org
Mobius Science Center:
Hemmingson Philanthropy was excited to partner with Mobius Science Center throughout their decade long goal of bringing the center to the Inland Northwest. Our commitment to increasing capacity for educational advancement begins with cultivating environments where children are encouraged to explore, ask questions and innovate.The Science Center and Children’s Museum are pivotal, not only for our youth development, but community development as well.
The Rypien Foundation:
John J. Hemmingson Philanthropy has been honored to financially partner with the Rypien Foundation for over 17 years. This organization has worked effortlessly to create hope for families who are battling childhood cancer. Each year, they continue to raise money and provide funding to support unique programs and projects that help address the of children and foster a powerful healing environment for child cancer patients and their families in the Inland Northwest.
Community Cancer Fund:
Facilitated through the YMCA of the Inland Northwest and Camp Reed, Camp Goodtimes is an annual week-long summer camp for children in the Inland Northwest battling Cancer. Hemmingson Philanthropy was fortunate to partner with the Community Cancer Fund to help create permanence for the camp Goodtimes Endowment Fund. This remarkable camp program is facilitated by the YMCA and Camp Reed of the Inland Northwest.