Need help for a community project? New grants announced
Received this note that might be of interest to you, since White Center is mentioned prominently:
The Seattle Foundation recently announced new neighbor to neighbor funding for South Seattle, White Center and Kent communities. To qualify for the N2N Small Grants Program, an applicant must:
· be a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization, or be fiscally sponsored by one;
· have a small budget (generally under $100,000);
· have a presence in South Seattle(South Seattle is defined as areas south of Interstate 90, west of Lake Washington, and north of Seattle’s southern border) White Center or Kent, and engage diverse, low-income community members to address disparities in these neighborhoods. South Seattle is defined as areas south of Interstate 90, west of Lake Washington, and north of Seattle’s southern border. White Center is defined as the unincorporated area between the cities of Burien and Seattle.
More details here.
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