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November 2016 Grant Opportunities

Posted Nov 17, 2016 11:02 AM
Take a look at this roundup of grant opportunities to see if any of them would be appropriate for your organization. If none of them are right for you, bookmark their websites so you can check out what they have to offer in the future.

Please note the first opportunity has a concrete deadline while the other two are available on an on-going basis.

Do you know of other grants that are coming down the pipeline that nonprofits across the state should be aware of? Feel free to send that information to timt@501commons.org. Thank you!

Project Neighborly
Whatcom Community Foundation seeks applicants for grants of up to $5,000 for projects and activities that develop a sense of community and promote neighborliness throughout the rural and urban areas of Whatcom County. Project Neighborly aims to bring diverse people of Whatcom County together with the belief that friendly neighbors bestow better communities. Application deadline is November 30, 2016. Review the application now so you know what information to enter ahead of time.

The Whitehorse Foundation
As a supporting organization of the Seattle Foundation, the mission of The Whitehorse Foundation is to fund organizations working to improve the quality of life for residents of Snohomish County. Grants are awarded to nonprofits for project support or ongoing operating support, with special interest given to programs in the early stages of development that convey an achievable funding plan or compelling impact. Letters of inquiry can be submitted at any time. Questions can be directed to grantmaking@seattlefoundation.org or (206) 515-2109.

4Culture – on-going grants
Individuals or arts organizations that’s never earned funding from 4Culture before can apply for Open 4Culture and receive up to $1,500 for arts, historic preservation, or King County Heritage projects. Applicants must meet with the Open 4Culture Coordinator to see if this program is the right fit. For more information, email Melissa Newbill at melissa.newbill@4culture.org or call (206) 263-1603.

Unfortunately, unforeseen disasters like a severe storm, fire, or crumbling infrastructure can leave arts organizations scrambling. For immediate emergency relief, 4Culture has set aside funds specifically for projects that need quick turnaround response time, usually within 30 days of approval. Contact Debra Twersky at debra.twersky@4culture.org or (206) 263-1610 for more information.