Spokane Eastside Reunion Association
To help disadvantaged youth
Spokane Washington's Annual Eastside Reunion is a collaborative effort that strives to restore and promote a revitalized sense of community in our City's neighborhoods.
We are a non-profit organization, and it's organizers are grounded by their devote sense of faith and seek to further advance God's mission in both word and deed. Together we recognize the despair that riddles so many of our world's people, most specifically those who are marginalized; and thus it is together that we join hands and labor for change.
It is our hope that through our authentic optimism and sincere sense of purpose, we will be successful in inspiring people in believing that there is always something worth celebrating.
SERA provides a Mentor/Tutor program for K-12 held at the Eastside Central Library at no charge. Our tutors volunteer 1,200 hours of time and service to the Mentor/Tutor program per year. Our tutors come from Gonzaga, Eastern, WSU, UW, Spokane Community Colleges and Ferris High School.
SERA also provides lawn care and snow removal services for the elderly and disabled at no cost.
- Sign up to volunteer on our website.
- We provide a Basketball Camp for disadvantaged youth from ages 8-17. This camp provides essential playing skills to youth whose families are not able to afford high cost basketball programs.
- Your generous donations will provide the needed supplies to continue to run these services at no charge.
Reunion/Picnic - 2nd Saturday of August every year at Liberty park.
Basketball Camp - for disadvantaged youth in the summer, ages 8-17