Children's Village Cd'A
In 1983, a Coeur d'Alene principal made a promise to two siblings who were suffering from abuse - Children's Village's website states. "I will build you a home to keep you safe." Seven years later, the Children's Village opened. They often serve children displaced from their families due to abuse, neglect, or severe family crisis.
Donation & Volunteer Opportunities
Your generous donation does not go unnoticed in this non-profit organization. Consider checking out exactly what your donations are going towards on the Children's Village donation page. They also consider volunteers for tasks ranging from spending quality time directly with the children, to aiding in events and fundraisers. More information on volunteer opportunities can be found here.
Team Hoyt Coeur d'Alene
Whether your abilities, strengths, or weaknesses, Team Hoyt Coeur d'Alene welcomes athletes to join their team. It's no secret Coeur d'Alene is home to many exciting community-ran races, big and small. Team Hoyt Coeur d'Alene is named after the famous Team Hoyt, a father-son athletic duo. Laurie Aikins, a strong believer in inclusion for everyone, inspired by Dick & Rick Hoyt's accomplishments, started the Coeur d'Alene team chapter to share their story and convince the team motto - YES YOU CAN! The mission of THCDA is to promote inclusion for everyone. No matter your disability, your age, they're here to get out and enjoy beautiful North Idaho together! You can learn more about Team Hoyt's story here.
This team welcomes volunteers, runners, and riding athletes. THCDA pairs rider athletes with a runner athlete to assist thru races together. You don't need to push to participate, and members aren't required to participate in all races to be a part of the team. Consider learning more about Team Hoyt Coeur d'Alene here.
Safe Passage of Idaho Violence Prevention Center
Safe Passage located in Midtown Coeur d'Alene provides 24-hour crisis intervention for adults and children affected by domestic or sexual violence. According to their Facebook, Safe Passage has a mission to provide safety, education, and empowerment to victims of violence and to their community. This agency has been operating since 1977, and to this day is considered one of the largest programs of Its kind in the state of Idaho.
According to their website, Volunteer opportunities may be able and are considered the lifeblood of the organization. To learn more about volunteer or internship opportunities, consider checking out this Safe Passage webpage.