Foundation / Corporation
Washington (WA) Women's Foundation
Grants to Washington nonprofit organizations for significant projects and activities in the areas of education, arts and culture, health, human services, and the environment. Funding is intended to support organizations that aim to reduce disparities and increase equity in the community. While programs and projects, including capital projects, are funded, applicants are encouraged to apply for general operating and capacity-building support.
The Foundation seeks to support and collectively invest in organizations that are reflective of and embedded in the communities they serve, draw on the strengths and assets of these communities, and are accountable to these communities in order to achieve the long-term goals of increasing equity and reducing disparities.
LOIs are invited from organizations that meet the following criteria:
1. Is focused on providing services to people affected by inequity due to race, gender identity, and/or other characteristics historically linked to discrimination and/or exclusion.
2. Is accountable to the people being served. “Accountable” can mean one or more of the following:
3. Has the expertise to do the work. “Expertise” includes being able to demonstrate both of the following:
GrantWatch ID#: 176444
5 Winners (one per funding area) and 5 Merit Awards
- Winners: Up to $100,000
- Merit Awards: $5,000
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit an LOI online:
Aviva Stampfer, Grants Program Manager
Washington Women's Foundation
2100 24th Avenue South #330
Seattle WA 98144
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