SpokaneFāVS and Spokane Interfaith Council announce partnership

At last night’s Good Neighbor Conference it was announced that SpokaneFāVS and the Spokane Interfaith Council would begin operating together, as one non-profit organization with one board of directors.

SpokaneFāVS will continue to serve Spokane through religion news and commentary, and the Interfaith Council will continue to serve the community through its religious literacy events, all under the SpokaneFAVS 501c3 umbrella. The leaders of these organizations felt that by working together these programs and missions could only be improved.

An open meeting will be held later this month for anyone who may have questions about this partnership. Stay tuned for time and location details.

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