Marlene Alford, Executive Director of the Women and Children’s Free Restaurant, is profiled in the most recent issue of InHealth.
It would be hard to overstate Marlene’s dedication to the WCFR or the neighborhood itself. In addition to all the hours she invests in her organization, Marlene has been involved with the Emerson-Garfield Neighborhood Council in the past, particularly with our neighborhood planning efforts.
The WCFR itself is an invaluable resource in Emerson-Garfield — and its positive reach extends far beyond our neighborhood. If you’re looking for fulfilling (and much-needed) volunteer opportunities, please consider donating some time to helping out at the WCFR.
You can grab your (free) copy of InHealth in retailers and waiting rooms all across Spokane, or you can read the profile online here.