Philanthropy

IntelliTect supports La Escuela Integrada in Antigua, Guatemala

During Spring 2014, Mark and Elisabeth Michaelis, the owners of IntelliTect, took their family to Antigua, Guatemala for a vision trip analyzing business and philanthropy opportunities. While there, they toured both campuses of La Escuela Integrada, a school offering free education to children unable to pay the school fees required for Guatemala’s “free public education”. Many of these students live […]
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World Relief Spokane and IntelliTect Welcome Refugees

In addition to its work around the globe, World Relief has been chosen by the United States government to be one of the organizations to sponsor legal refugee settlement into the US. The World Relief Spokane office welcomes hundreds of refugees from all of the world to the Spokane area each year. IntelliTect is excited to support World Relief Spokane’s […]
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IntelliTect Giving Priorities and Values

IntelliTect is deeply committed to using a significant portion of our profits to improve the quality of life for people with needs in our local community and around the world. We designate some of our time, expertise, and profits for projects in our own neighborhoods of Spokane and Spokane Valley, Washington. We also target debilitating poverty around the world by […]
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IntelliTect Partners with Compassion International

IntelliTect partners with Compassion International to bring basic life needs, education and counseling to children and their moms around the world. Some of our employees have chosen to join Compassion International’s worldwide child-sponsorship program that matches families with a child in poverty. These employees trade letters, pictures and special gifts back and forth between themselves and their sponsor children.
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Building Infrastructure in Kirindon, Kenya

Since 2011, IntelliTect has joined with a small number of Northwest based individuals and companies to fund the Water, Sanitation, and Health (WASH) program in Kirindon, Kenya. The community of Kirindon, which is about 250 miles west of Nairobi, is a rural, poverty stricken community that has been severely lacking in access to clean drinking water and proper sanitation. World Vision’s […]
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Hearth Homes Spokane Valley

Hearth Homes is a home for Moms and children in poverty or seeking safety from domestic violence. Hearth Homes first opened in 2003 in Spokane, WA when Karen Fournier, having experienced addiction, homelessness and despair found freedom from all of those in Christ. In her vision and desire to see other women gain that freedom, Hearth Homes was formed. Hearth Homes […]
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IntelliTect and Spokane Valley Partners

Spokane Valley Partners Resource Center is the single location, “one stop shopping” facility for people experiencing poverty in the Spokane Valley. They have a well stocked food bank, a clothing bank, routine medical support and counseling available, utility assistance and job counseling along with other services. IntelliTect is proud to work with Spokane Valley Partners because of the efficient […]
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Leadership for Northwest Connect

On the Northside of Spokane, in the Hillyard neighborhood, Northwest Connect offers people a local food bank, non food pantry items like soap, dish soap, shampoo and other toiletries as well as summer day programs for children. Because the Hillard neighborhood has the lowest per capita income of any neighborhood in Washington state, the work of Northwest Connect is especially […]
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Local Homeless Programs

IntelliTect provides support to Union Gospel Mission and Anna Ogden Hall to join their work serving the men, women and children who are homeless in our community.  UGM provides short and long term shelter, protection from domestic violence, access to food, clothing and other necessities as well as substance abuse counseling and job training.  They also operate a long term […]
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Educating Children in Sawla, Ghana

IntelliTect’s latest project with International Assistance Programbegan when we heard the Sawla Children’s Home in Sawla, Ghana needed a new building. Many of the children in the home were attending school for the first time and a larger home for orphans could offer more children the same opportunity. During 2012, IntelliTect and IAP joined with local Ghanaian leaders to build […]
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