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December 2017 Grant Opportunities

Posted Dec 20, 2017 08:55 AM
Want more funding in 2018? Of course you do! Take a look at these grant opportunities with deadlines happening in the next few months.

Seattle Foundation – Neighbor to Neighbor (N2N)
N2N supports grassroots efforts to increase engagement, power, and influence of communities affected by poverty and racial disparities. Priority is given to efforts led by people from diverse and under-invested demographics. Organizations must be based in South Seattle, White Center, or Kent; with a focus on ones with small budgets. N2N awards grants on a quarterly basis, but nonprofits are only eligible for funding once per calendar year. The deadlines for submitting applications are Jan. 15, Apr. 15, July 15, and Oct. 15, 2018.

Pacific Hospital Preservation & Development Authority – Nimble Fund
Nonprofits that improve healthcare access for underserved communities can apply for up to $30,000 for short-term projects, infrastructure/capacity development, planning, technology improvement, training, or policy and advocacy work. Funding may be used as a bridge to support staff salaries during the project year only if there is a clear plan for ongoing future funding. You can submit an application for PHPDA’s Nimble Grant Fund at any time, however projects that need to be funded for the spring must be submitted by Feb. 16, 2018 at noon. See the Applying for Nimble Grants page for details.

4Culture – Grants and Artist Calls
Are you a King County-based arts organization? 4Culture offers funding for a variety of areas – including emergency support, landmark designation, technology, and training – with deadlines rolling out throughout the year. Check out their grants calendar to see if these opportunities would be a good fit.

Greater Tacoma Community Foundation
GTCF serves the Tacoma area by supporting the vision, passion, and expertise of hundreds of nonprofits and its residents.

General Operating Grants: These flexible funds for general operating support are designed to bolster smaller nonprofits that are addressing ways to sustain and build a stronger Pierce County. Application deadline is Friday, Jan. 19 at 4:00 p.m.

Agency Endowment Funds: Creating an endowment signals to your donors and supporters that your organization values financial sustainability. GTCF will manage your endowment, a permanent investment with safeguards that protect its initial contribution(s). Contact Barb Granger at (253) 345-4170 or to discuss whether your organization should have an endowment.