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On Giving Tuesday, Learn Where SeaFdn Gives

At Seattle Foundation, we know a lot about giving days and how important they are to supporting our region. 


December 02, 2019

Our local giving day, GiveBIG (which SeaFdn presented for eight years), and the national Giving Tuesday are critical fundraising channels for the many nonprofit organizations working to make Greater Seattle a stronger, more vibrant community for all.

On this Giving Tuesday, we are sharing the nonprofit organizations that receive funding through SeaFdn-directed grant programs.  These programs (Communities of Opportunity, Catalyzing Community Impact Strategy, Climate Justice Impact Strategy, Resilience Fund, Regional Census Fund, Vibrant Democracy Initiative, and Neighbor to Neighbor), are working to further the values of equity and opportunity that are central to SeaFdn’s mission.

We are proud to invest in the work of these outstanding organizations and invite you to join us in supporting them on Giving Tuesday.

Note:  This list reflects grants made as of December 2, 2019.  We regret any inadvertent errors or omissions.

  • 21 Progress
  • African American Health Board
  • African Community Housing & Development
  • Africatown 
  • All in for Washington
  • Alliance of people with disabilities
  • Alphabet Alliance of Color
  • APACEvotes
  • API Chaya
  • Asian Counseling and Referral Service
  • Being Empowered Thru Supportive Transitions
  • Byrd Barr Place
  • Cambodian Health Board
  • Capitol Hill Housing 
  • Casa Latina
  • CD Forum
  • Chief Seattle Club
  • Church Council of Greater Seattle
  • Civil Survival
  • Coalition of Immigrants, Refugees and Communities of Color
  • Coalition of Immigrants, Refugees and Communities of Color (CIRCC)
  • Coalition to End Urban Native Homelessness in King County
  • Communities in Action
  • Community Justice Project
  • Community Passageways
  • Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association
  • Disability Rights Washington
  • Duwamish Tribal Services
  • East African Senior Meal Program 
  • Eastside Refugee and Immigrant Coalition
  • Eat With Muslims
  • El Centro de la Raza
  • EmPower
  • Entre Hermanos
  • Eritrean Association in Greater Seattle
  • Eritrean Health Board
  • Ethiopian Health Council Health Board
  • Falis Community Service Gender Justice League
  • Formerly Incarcerated Groups Healing Together 
  • Friends of Little Saigon
  • Garinagu Houngua
  • Hearing, Speech & Deaf Center
  • India Association of Western Washington
  • Indigenous Showcase
  • Ingersoll Gender Center
  • Institute for Community Leadership
  • InterIm CDA
  • International Community Health Services
  • International Examiner
  • Kent Black Action Commission (KBAC)
  • Key Tech Labs
  • Khmer Community of Seattle-South King County
  • Kids in Need of Defense
  • Korean American Coalition - Washington
  • Lake City Collective
  • Lao Women's Association 
  • Latin Empire of Seattle
  • Latino Community Fund
  • Latino Community Fund 
  • LGBTQ Allyship
  • Living Well Kent
  • Mother Africa
  • Mujer al Volante
  • Muslim Association of Puget Sound
  • Muslim Community & Neighborhood Association
  • Na'ah Illahee Fund
  • NAMI Eastside
  • Nonprofit Assistance Center 
  • Northwest African American Museum
  • Not This Time
  • Nurturing Roots
  • One Vibe Africa
  • OneAmerica
  • Pacific Islander Community Association 
  • Pan African Center for Empowerment
  • Para Los Niños
  • Potlatch Fund
  • Progress Pushers
  • Project Feast
  • Puget Sound Sage
  • Rainier Beach Action Coalition
  • Rainier Chamber Foundation
  • Real Change
  • Refugee Women's Alliance (ReWA)
  • Restore Assemble Produce
  • Seattle Chinatown International District Preservation and Development Authority
  • Seattle Mongolian Youth Center 
  • Seattle/King County Coalition on Homelessness
  • Seattle-King County Coalition on Homelessness
  • SOAR
  • Society of St. Vincent de Paul Council of Seattle/King County
  • Somali Bantu Community Services of Washington 
  • Somali Family Safety Task Force
  • Somali Health Board
  • Somos Seattle
  • South King County LGBTQ 
  • South Park Senior Citizens
  • Southeast Asian Pacific Islander Health Education Summit Committee
  • Tenants Union of Washington State
  • The Queen's Project 
  • The Seattle Clemency Project
  • The Vera Project
  • The Washington Bus Education Fund
  • U.T.O.P.I.A. Seattle
  • Ubumwe Women's Association 
  • United Indians of All Tribes Foundation
  • United Territories of Pacific Islanders' Alliance
  • Urban League
  • URBVOTE
  • Villa Comunitaria
  • Village of Hope
  • Wa Na Nari
  • Washington Community Action Network Education & Research Fund
  • Wayfind
  • West African Community Council
  • West Hill Community Association
  • World Relief Seattle

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