Spokane Gives - Cleaning from the Corridor in Logan Neighborhood - April 27

Saturday, April 27, 2019

Subject: Calling all Volunteers...Cleaning from The Corridor (CFTC) and the Logan Neighborhood could use your help.

This year’s Cleaning form the Corridor (CFTC) event will be on Saturday, April 27 in the Logan Neighborhood. Volunteers will meet at Mission Park at 8:30 a.m. for volunteer registration and refreshments before cleanup activities start at 9 a.m.. You will have an opportunity to help local residents with property clean-up throughout the Logan neighborhood and neighborhood parks.

We’re looking for another 50 volunteers for this year’s event so don’t miss this opportunity to impact the Logan Neighborhood. Sign up to volunteer at  VolunteerSpokane.org.


About CFTC

The CFTC program is part of Spokane Gives initiative. During the month of April thousands of volunteers will donate their time to bettering our community. Every year CFTC provides immediate assistance to local residents and long-term impact on neighborhoods. Previous cleanups have drawn hundreds of volunteers and resulted painted art murals, cleaned properties, removed trash, gardened and much more!


Questions? If you have any questions on volunteer registration or need assistance in registration please reach out to Gabby Ryan, gryan@spokanecity.org.


Show your Spokane pride! Tweet your photos throughout Spokane Gives Month to @SpokaneCity with the hashtags #SpokaneGives, #SpoKind, #CompassionateSpokane, or #IAmSpokane.


2019's Spring Cleaning from the Corridor is right around the corner! This biannual event has three main goals, building community, cleanliness and safety. These goals directly align with the Office of Neighborhood Services (ONS) motto that you don’t have to move to live in a better neighborhood!

This year’s Cleaning from the Corridor will focus on the Logan neighborhood between Mission Avenue on the south side to Illinois Avenue on the north and Hamilton Street on the west to Perry Street on the east. In addition, satellite projects outside of the project boundary are scheduled. Volunteers will be cleaning, picking up trash, painting, and creating murals. We will also be partnering with Rebuilding Together during this event, who plans to renovate up to 6 neighborhood homes on this day. For those interested in doing more labor-intensive home renovation work, please contact Rebuilding Together. 

The CFTC project is part of Spokane Gives initiative. During the month of April thousands of volunteers will donate their time to bettering our community. This project is great for families, groups and individuals! 

Event Details

Volunteer check-in: 8:30am at Witter Aquatic Center, 1300 E Mission Ave, Spokane, WA 99202 (near Mission Park)

Volunteer shift: 9:00am-12:00pm

What to bring: Water bottle, sun protection, closed-toe shoes and clothing you don't mind getting dirty. We'll provide the cleanup supplies, morning coffee and donuts!

How to get there: STA Route 39, ride share, or driving (parking is limited but available in the park)

Important details: Neighborhood safety is important at this event. For that reason, clean up efforts will involve accessing properties to clean up waste, but volunteers are not permitted to enter the homes of any community members. The only exception to this is Rebuilding Together volunteers, who will be doing home-based renovations throughout the day.