Center for Community Partnerships
The Center for Community Partnerships invests in targeted efforts to achieve greater racial and economic equity. Understanding that social problems are products of networks of cause and effect at a policy level, the Center focuses on advancing systems change as the most effective way to advance this goal.
As a civic leader, Seattle Foundation works to make our region a stronger, more vibrant community for all. We do more than invest money in our community. We use our expertise, leadership and voice to empower people to change policies and systems in ways that will create greater racial and economic equity.
Fund for Inclusive Recovery
The COVID-19 crisis has exacerbated challenges facing our community including racial inequities, political violence, and economic devastation. The Fund for Inclusive Recovery is a new pooled fund that will help meet the critical needs of those most impacted by the pandemic.
REPAIR is a framework aimed at advancing and supporting Black-led community leadership. REPAIR is designed to acknowledge and account for the harm that philanthropic under investment has caused the Black community for generations. Seattle Foundation is committing to a minimum investment of $25 million, across the entire foundation, to Black-led organizations over the next 5 years.