The 2016-2017 Program Grants
The open letter of intent process has closed. Full grant applications are by invitation only.
Local health and human service nonprofit organizations in Snohomish County are eligible to apply for one-year program grants this year. Grant investments are made by volunteers and are based on the alignment of program services with our annual investment focus under breaking the cycle of poverty, as well as the strength of the applicant’s outcome-based evaluation systems. Grants are provided for a one-year funding cycle, October 2016 to September 2017.
Prospective applicants must be local 501(c)(3) non-profit human service organizations that meet the minimum standards for eligibility and can submit all required eligibility documentation. Grants are not awarded for capital projects or expenditures.
Applicants should review the following documents:
- Summary of Investment Focus
- Grants Process Timeline
- Minimum Standards of Eligibility
- Instructions for Submitting Application Online
- Outcomes and Suggested Indicators List
- Application Questions
- Proposal Rating
- Training PowerPoint
Any questions related to the grants process should be directed to the Impact & Investment Team.