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Collaboration Planning Grants

United Way of Snohomish County is excited to announce collaboration planning grants for cross-sector agencies/organizations working on issues related to breaking the cycle of poverty for low-income children birth to age 8 (0-8) and their families, specifically those whose mission supports a 2-generational approach. Award range is between $1,000-$5,000 depending on the number and size of collaborative partners and intended use of funds. 

Application letters will be accepted via email from March 8 through April 12 at 5pm. Awards will be made in April 2017.

Information, Instructions, and Eligibility

Any questions related to the grants process should be directed to Amy Franklin, or 425.374.5508.

Current 2016-2017 Program Grants

United Way of Snohomish County is funding 56 programs this year to work towards breaking the cycle of poverty.  Below is a list of our current partner agencies and their funded programs. View this full list of brief descriptions written by each program for more detail.

For information about upcoming United Way grant opportunities, please see our Grants and Initiatives page.
Catholic Community Services
1 - Family and Children's Services
2 - Supportive Housing Program
3 - Short Term Mental Health Case Management
4 - Volunteer Transportation
Center for Human Services
5 - Snohomish County Mental Health Program
6 - Early Intervention
7 - Outreach to High Risk Populations
Cocoon House
8 - Emergency Shelter
9 - Homeless Prevention
10 - Long-Term Transitional Housing/Shelter
11 - Outreach/U-Turn
Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County
12 - Supportive Housing
Friends of Youth
13 - New Ground Everett
Greater Trinity Academy
14 - Pre-School and Kindergarten Readiness Program
Hand in Hand
15 - Safe Place
16 - Village Impact Project
Hearing, Speech & Deaf Center
17 - Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services (DHHS)
18 - Parent-Infant Program (PIP)
HopeWorks Social Enterprises
19 - CafeWorks Youth Barista Training Program
Housing Hope
20 - Career Pathways for Homeless Teen and Young Parents
21 - Early Educational Success for Homeless and Low-Income Children
22 - Educational Success for Homeless and Low-Income Children
23 - Emergency Family Shelter
24 - Escaping Poverty Through Education
25 - Healthy Kids, Healthy Families
26 - Homeless Teen and Young Parent Program
27 - Housing Stability for Life
28 - Internship Program for Homeless and Low-Income Parents
29 - Pre-Employment Pathways
Interfaith Association of Northwest Washington
30 - The Family Shelter aka Interfaith Family Shelter
Lutheran Community Services Northwest
31 - Journeys Out of Poverty: Helping Low Income and Homeless Families Move from Surviving to Thriving
32 - Journeys Out of Poverty: Focus on Multicultural Communities, Families with Limited English Proficiency and Cultural Barriers
33 - Lutheran Community Services Northwest Children's Services
Mercy Housing Northwest
34 - Service-Enriched Housing Program
North Counties' Family Services
35 - Darrington Youth Coalition
36 - Kid's Place Early Learning Center
Parent Trust For Washington Children
37 - Families in Recovery Program
38 - Great Starts Program
Secret Harbor
39 - Foster Care Resources
40 - Residential Treatment
Senior Services of Snohomish County
41 - Aging and Disability Resources
42 - Food and Nutrition
Village Community Services
43 - Village Training Division
Volunteers of America Western Washington
44 - Hunger Prevention through Food Distribution
45 - Maud's House Homeless Services
46 - Sky Valley Family and Community Resource Center
47 - Bridge to Basics
Work Opportunities
48 - Employment and Self-Sufficiency for Individuals with Disabilities
49 - Independent Living Skills for Self-Sufficiency
YMCA of Snohomish County
50 - Casino Road Adult Education Academy
51 - Casino Road Scholars
52 - Early Childhood Education
53 - School Age Child Care
54 - Independent & Transitional Living Skills Program
YWCA Seattle | King | Snohomish
55 - Children's Services Program
56 - Shelter and Housing Services Program