Palouse Charitable Fair
October 24 4:30 PM SEL Event Center in Pullman 509-332-2543 Website
The purpose of the Palouse Charitable Fair is to highlight charitable organizations serving the needs of people on the Palouse. The fair is free and open to the public. Fair attendees are invited to get to know new things happening with their favorite charities, connect with non-profit leadership, and learn about ways to give and serve locally.
Donations will not be requested at the event. The only request event organizers have for attendees is to come open-minded and willing to learn more about ways to give. A list of confirmed non-profit organizations in attendance includes, but is not limited to: Alternatives to Violence, Boy Scouts, Community Action Center, Council on Aging, Families Together, Girl Scouts, Gritman Medical Center, Northwest Public Radio, Palouse Area Therapeutic Horsemanship, Palouse Care Network, Palouse Cares, Palouse Industries, Palouse Science Center, RSVP, Spokane Hearing Loss Center, Storehouse, Success by 6, United Way of Moscow/Latah County, United Way of Pullman, Washington Idaho Symphony, Whitman Hospital and Medical Center, and WSU International Programs.
“What we’re really hoping for,” Event Organizer Jeff Feuerstein, of Waddell & Reed Financial Advisors in Pullman, said, “is individuals who attend the Charitable Fair to connect with great causes and to learn more about how they can make a difference to local charitable organizations. This is a chance for people to ‘check the tires’ to see if there is a charity they would be comfortable supporting.”
In addition to the help of Waddell & Reed Financial Advisors, the Palouse Charitable Fair would not be possible without the support of AVISTA Corp, Inland Northwest Community Foundation, Nationwide Insurance, and Bull Country 99.5 FM.
More information is available by contacting Jeff Feuerstein, Financial Advisor, Waddell & Reed, at 509-332-2543 or by visiting his website online at www.YourValuesOurVision.wrfa.com. The SEL Event Center is located at 1825 Schweitzer Drive in Pullman.