Coeur d’Alene: Donates $9,000

Through ImpactClub®, as Impact Venture Capitalists, we invest heavily in local charities that demonstrate a powerful “Story Engine,” and, have proven their willingness to fight for their cause – by competing in, and winning, a high-stakes competition. As a result, ImpactClub®, through Impact Venture Capitalism, has dramatically multiplied the Impact that a single person can have on charities in their local community.

The Charities

Camp Journey
Nick Leonard
Hope & Fun For Kids

We provide a community of hope for children and their families touched by pediatric cancer. We are a medically supervised home away from home providing a week-long summer camp of hope, education, and fun to children all across the Pacific Northwest ages 6-17 who are currently battling cancer. We focus on relieving the financial burdens and stresses these families are faced with by providing a week of HOPE where these children get to feel like “kids” again. We have been able to send hundreds of children to camp free of cost to them and their families.

Post Falls Food Bank
Leslie Orth
Food Share Storefront

Our mission is to provide dignity and choice to those struggling in poverty through a united community effort. We are a community supported program and take no tax payer money. We collect over one million pounds of food annually to share with Kootenai county families living in poverty. Our local market serves between 75 – 100 families every day. Our Food Share Program provides over 350,000 pounds of food annually to emergency shelters, soup kitchens, transitional living programs, and food banks.

Kootenai Police and Fire Memorial
Leza Moyer
Supporting Public Servants

Established in 2005, this foundation provides financial support to Kootenai County first responders and their families who experience unforeseen injury, illness, and even death. Public servants who protect the people of this county deserve to have our full support when something puts them or their family into an “unthinkable” situation. Whether it is for medical bills, housing adaptability, or funeral expenses, we want the family members of those who serve in our community to feel like they are not cast aside or forgotten when tragedy strikes.