Cleft and craniofacial families and partners, we're excited to announce that the cleft program from Light A Lamp is now its own nonprofit - the Inland Cleft and Craniofacial Group! You'll still get support, and the Facebook group is still available, but we'll have a new website ( and hope to have even more support and events next year.

mental health packs in Light A Lamp shed

KHQ Story on Light A Lamp’s expanding mental health resources for Spokane area students

Light A Lamp focuses on supporting vulnerable groups in the Inland Northwest, and one of the most vulnerable groups is school age youth who struggle with to cope with anxiety, depression, or other mental health challenges.

KHQ interviewed Angella Southerly, Light A Lamp’s Executive Director, about the way Light A Lamp helps to support students’ well-being. Light A Lamp’s mental health support program for youth (Project Lift Up) is one resource that helps the youth in our community, letting them know they are not alone.

Watch the story and the interview with Angella to learn more about how this program is helping young people in our local schools.

If you want to learn even more about Light A Lamp’s mission, the “Light Up The Night” annual fundraiser is this Friday, June 28, at the Barrister Winery. You can register for the event – and bid on some wonderful silent auction items – at

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