Commerce Architects in the Community

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Commerce Architects
421 West Riverside Avenue
Suite 519 Spokane,
Washington 99201

We view service as an important part of giving back to the community that we are privileged to be members of. In line with our core values, we are CURIOUS how we can best serve others in our community, are CREATIVE with the available opportunities to support as many organizations as we can, and in general, TENACIOUS and determined to make a lasting positive impact.

Below are a few of the organizations that Commerce Architects supports:

Global Neighborhood

Global Neighborhood is more than a Thrift Store. They help refugees in Spokane attain education, empowerment, and employment; all crucial parts of building a new life in a new country.
Commerce Architects’ Sponsor: Trenton Miller

“I was happy to initiate our first volunteer day in 2019. We helped out by sorting through and processing a large number of donations in their brand new warehouse location. It’s great to see that they are able to expand to a newer and larger location. I am proud to work with an organization that is helping to make our community more welcoming to refugees.” ~ Trenton Miller

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Second Harvest

Second Harvest provides more than 2.5 million pounds of donated food each month to over 250 food banks, meal centers, and other programs through the Inland Northwest.
Commerce Architects’ Sponsor: Blair Canning

“We’ve partnered with Second Harvest to support both National Canned Food Month and Hunger Action Month, in February and September respectively. It’s a great opportunity to make sure that food in our pantry doesn’t go to waste and is enjoyed by someone in our community who really needs it.”~ Blair Canning

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Tree of Sharing

Tree of Sharing serves over 54 local organizations, collecting and distributing 8,000 holiday gifts for the often-forgotten members of our community -- no easy feat.
Commerce Architects’ Sponsor: Sierra Huckins

“I’ve personally participated in the Tree of Sharing gift giving process for a few years. When looking for a volunteer opportunity for our company, this was my first thought. We helped out in the warehouse, sorting the thousands of gifts that the community provided. Seeing the sheer number of items made me not just proud of our company for taking time to help with the sorting process, but made me proud to be a part of the Spokane community in general.” ~ Sierra Huckins

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