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Pacific Hospital PDA grants are awarded to programs and projects that work to increase access to health resources and reduce health disparities among underserved populations in King County. Agencies can apply for 2017 Major Grants ranging from $50,000 to $200,000. Organizations interested in grants that are under $30,000 should apply for their Nimble Fund Grant. Applicants for the 2017 Major Grants are required to submit a Letter of Intent by January 19. Make sure you read the grant application and guidelines ahead of time.
Starting on January 13, the United Way of King County is accepting applications for funding in these key areas: Ending Homelessness, Financial Stability, and Early Learning. Due to an increase in interested applicants, some funding will be more competitive than usual. Also, past funding is not a guarantee of future funding.
The mission of Social Justice Fund is to fuel movements for progressive social change, supporting organizations that are community-based and driven to serve communities impacted by injustice and inequality. SJF has several grant opportunities for general operating funds, including “Building Grassroots Power Grant: Leadership Development” (applications due Feb. 2 at 11:59 p.m.) and “Environmental Justice” (applications due Feb. 15 at 11:59 p.m.). Please read their 2017 grant guidelines and instructions. Eligible organizations must carry out most of its work in Washington, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and/or Wyoming.
For arts, cultural, heritage, and preservation organizations in King County, 4Culture offers a number of funding opportunities with deadlines rolling throughout the year. Upcoming grants with immediate deadlines include: