Below is a list of local, regional, statewide and national funding and lending resources. The list is not exhaustive, nor is it an indication that your project will be a fit. We encourage you to research each funding source and work with their team to determine if you should apply.

Birkenfeld Memorial Trust

To organizations improving the quality of life for Puget Sound residents, large grants for innovative ideas. Have funded housing projects in PT/ JeffCo in the past. https://seattlefoundation.smapply.org/prog/birkenfeld_2018/

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Campion Advocacy Fund

“Ending Homelessness” is one of giving areas, interested in promoting policy change to end youth homelessness. Also give to “Capacity Building” http://www.campionadvocacyfund.org

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Craft3

Community lender, building a stronger Pacific Northwest. Offer financing to projects that “provide community and essential services.” https://www.craft3.org/

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Forest Foundation

Capital support in community buiilding and development, self-sufficiency, etc.. Capital items not for facility development (equipment or other items to support ongoing operations) http://forestfound.org

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Local Investment Opportunity Network (LION)

Local investor network. Members individually determine to invest in great ideas serving Jefferson County. Have provided investment capital to entreprenuerial ideas in the nonprofit and for profit sectors. https://l2020.org/economic-localization/lion/

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Lucky Seven Foundation

Giving primarily for social services (housing could potentially fit here), the arts, the environment, and education https://online.foundationsource.com/public/home/luckyseven

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