For Nonprofits 

 The Seattle Foundation's mission is to foster powerful, rewarding philanthropy to make King County a stronger, more vibrant community for all. We offer a variety of grant programs and information-sharing opportunities to support local nonprofit organizations and help us establish the knowledge to advise our fundholders on effective grantmaking.

GiveTogether Fall 2015 steps into global philanthropy to support worldwide efforts to empower women and girls.
Additional Grant Opportunities
GiveTogether Summer 2015 is an expanded, but targeted, collective giving program focused on six elements of the Healthy Community Framework. 
Grantmaking at The Seattle Foundation seeks to increase our impact on the communities we serve.
Application deadline: Quarterly (Jan. 15, Apr. 15, Jul. 15 and Oct. 15)
Neighbor to Neighbor, The Seattle Foundation's Small Grants Program, makes technical assistance and grants available to organizations located in the Kent, South Seattle, and White Center neighborhoods.
Applications accepted anytime and considered spring and fall.
Providing grants to organizations in Snohomish County that seek to improve the lives of children, youth and families.
Deadline was March 15, 2015
A grant program in memory of C. Keith Birkenfeld that supports Kitsap County charitable organizations and Puget Sound area maritime causes, arts organizations and agencies working on environmental and animal causes.
2015 application will be available mid May. Applications are due July 1.
The Benjamin N. Phillips Memorial Fund awards grants to a broad range of charitable organizations improving the lives of Clallam County residents.
Application deadline: October 1, 2015
Made to organizations serving King County that either conduct medical research in the fields of cancer, heart disease, multiple sclerosis or diabetes, or address the healthcare needs of children.

 Nonprofit Organization FAQs

For Nonprofit Organizations
Grantmaking at The Seattle Foundation