John Hemmingson and the partners at Lakeside have a long history of giving back to the community. Their contributions and philanthropic efforts make real and lasting change. Our partners seek out organizations and projects that reflect their values to make the Inland Northwest — and the world — a better, healthier, happier place to live. For more information or philanthropic inquiries, contact Angie Rothrock.
“Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars, to change the world.” – Harriet Tubman
Kootenai Humane Society
Lakeside founder, John Hemmingson has always had a love for animals, particularly dogs, and actively supports Kootenai Humane Society (KHS). The organization plans to build a new shelter that can help thousands of animals each year who need medical care, rescue from life-threatening conditions, and assistance in finding loving homes.
KHS provides quality humane care, rehabilitation, adoption and education for the good of the animals and their companions in our community, while practicing a No-Kill Philosophy.
Project Beauty Share
Project Beauty Share® provides personal hygiene, cosmetics and beauty products to non-profit organizations that serve women and families overcoming abuse, addiction, homelessness and poverty. The donations from Project Beauty Share® help women regain their dignity and rebuild their lives.
Camp Journey provides a community of hope for children and their families touched by cancer. Dealing with childhood cancer can sometimes make “just being a kid” seem out of reach and out of scope for the whole family. At Camp Journey, the goal is to change that perception and that reality. In this nurturing, medically-supervised home-away-from-home, young cancer survivors can leave their worries behind for one magical week and immerse themselves in a fun-filled outdoor camp experience tailored to their needs.
Jacob Barnwell, Program Manager at ATC Manufacturing, is a co-founder of The Sweethearts’ Ball, an annual fundraiser for Camp Journey. Last year, The Sweethearts’ Ball raised $50,000 for Camp Journey.