Does your project need funding?
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.
Organizational Funding Options
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/
On of their giving areas is housing and homelessness. Funding prioritizes organizations that provide direct services to people in these areas, particularly individuals and families who are low-income and in communities that have been marginalized or underserved. http://www.medinafoundation.org
“supports organizations anchored in the culture of the people they serve and dedicated to expanding economic opportunity for Native communities, communities of color, immigrants, refugees, and rural communities.” Four areas: access to capital, work opportunity, enterprise development, financial inclusion https://nwaf.org
RCDI grants are awarded to help non-profit housing and community development organizations, low-income rural communities and federally recognized tribes support housing, community facilities and community and economic development projects in rural areas.” https://www.rd.usda.gov/programs-services/rural-community-development-initiative-grants
Community Development: We support the improvement of low- and moderate-income communities through programs that: create and sustain affordable housing, provide job opportunities and workforce development, revitalize and stabilize communities https://www.wellsfargo.com/about/corporate-responsibility/washington-grant-guidelines/