By Kris Hermanns // Greater Seattle needs more housing. Housing costs have skyrocketed in the Puget Sound region, and we increasingly see working people with modest incomes getting priced out.
By Aileen Balahadia // Meet Neighbor to Neighbor’s 2023 Spring Grantees! For more than 31 years, N2N has had the privilege of learning from grassroots organizations working to make our region a place that brings joy to everyone.
By Aileen Balahadia // Grantmaking program Neighbor to Neighbor spotlights Olu Productions and announces our 2023 Winter Grantees.
By Aileen Balahadia // Fall’s round of N2N grantees demonstrate how Cultura Cura or “culture cures.” N2N has a long history of partnering with Black, Indigenous and people of color, along with immigrants, refugees and youth building community and transforming their neighborhoods.
SeaTac/Tukwila communities are creating a region where residents work together so everyone thrives; N2N’s expansion aims to bolster their efforts with support and new investments. For more than 30 years, Neighbor to Neighbor (N2N) has advanced racial equity by investing in the power of place and community. This commitment continues with the addition of our […]
Marking the One-year Anniversary of REPAIR (Racially Equitable Philanthropy Aimed at Initiating Reparations) By Jonathan Cunningham This month, Seattle Foundation marks the one-year anniversary of the Racially Equitable Philanthropy Aimed at Initiating Reparations (REPAIR) framework. Launched the week of Juneteenth in 2021, this framework is a large-scale, long-term effort to invest or direct necessary resources […]
In celebration of N2N’s 30th year anniversary, together with the South Seattle Emerald, N2N produced a commemorative booklet of our community story and a series of video stories highlighting our grantees, partners, staff, funders and overall 30 year commitment to advancing racial equity.