Coeur d’Alene, ID – Safety Net Inland Northwest is thrilled to announce the receipt of a substantial $5,000 donation from the Regal Foundation thanks to James Henson. The generous contribution will further enhance Safety Net’s mission of providing crucial support to individuals and families in need throughout the Inland Northwest region.
James Henson, representing the Regal Foundation, expressed his gratitude, saying, “On behalf of myself and the Regal Foundation, I am grateful to continue the tradition of movie theaters helping local communities while providing the best place to watch a movie.”
This donation is a testament to the enduring partnership between Safety Net Inland Northwest and Regal Cinemas. Ellen Travolta secured the screening of ‘Short Term 12’ and shared this comment, “I couldn’t have asked for better partners than James Henson and Regal Cinemas. Their support for our community and passion for bringing the magic of movies to our audiences is nothing short of inspiring.”
Safety Net Inland Northwest continues to assist in fostering youth in our community and is a helping hand for our local teens and young adults who have aged out of foster care.
Kris Neeser, North Idaho Committee for Safety Net Inland Northwest, echoes the same sentiment, “We are thrilled to continue working with James and Regal Cinemas every time an opportunity comes up. We are so thankful for Ellen’s work on this project as well. We are honored to be a recipient of this donation.”
Safety Net Inland Northwest extends its heartfelt appreciation to the Regal Foundation for its ongoing support and commitment to the community. “We are so grateful to the Regal Foundation and James Henson; this donation will help many foster youths aging in North Idaho,” said Co-Founder and Executive Director Molly Allen.
Safety Net of the Inland NW is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing financial assistance and support to foster youth aging out of the foster care system. With a focus on helping these individuals overcome barriers and achieve independence, Safety Net offers a range of services, including financial aid for essential needs such as housing, education, transportation, and healthcare. By empowering foster youth, Safety Net strives to create a supportive community where every young person can thrive and reach their full potential.
To learn more, visit https://safetynetinlandnw.org.