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Grant Opportunities - December 2018

Posted Dec 31, 2018 11:45 AM
Get a jump-start on your 2019 funding by taking advantage of these grants with deadlines happening in the next few months.

Seattle Foundation – Neighbor to Neighbor (N2N)
N2N supports grassroots efforts that increase engagement, power, and influence of community members affected by poverty and racial disparities. Priority is on efforts led by people from diverse and under-invested communities. 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 application deadlines are Jan. 15, Apr. 15, July 15, and Oct. 15, 2019.

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. Organizations should serve people in King, Snohomish, Pierce, and Kitsap counties. You can submit an application for PHPDA’s Nimble Grant Fund at any time, but projects that need to be funded for the spring must be submitted by Feb. 15, 2019 at noon. See the Applying for Nimble Grants page for details.

Social Justice Fund – 2019 funding opportunities
Social Justice Fund NW supports organizations in Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, and Wyoming that strengthen grassroots efforts to implement systematic social change. The five grant opportunities they have coming up in 2019 are Rural and Small Town Organizing (Feb. 20), Momentum: Civic Engagement and Strengthening Democracy (Mar. 6), Leaderfull Movements (Apr. 3), Economic Justice (Jul. 10), and Criminal Justice (Sept. 18).

The grant portal opens on Jan. 2. See their
funding criteria beforehand.

4Culture – grants + artist calls
Check out the list of 4Culture grants with deadlines rolling out throughout the year. Some are offered on an ongoing basis while others have firm deadlines. Eligible organizations must be based in King County.