2021 Grantee Partners

2021 Grantee Partners

Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition/Technical Advisory Group

Recipient of $100,000

DRCC‘s mission is to: Advocate for clean, healthy, equitable environment for people and wildlife. Empower the community around the Duwamish River through programming and community events. Promote place-keeping, ensuring the preservation of cultural identities; Transform the river, community and sense of home and place. Its vision is an empowered Duwamish Valley Community thriving in a healthy and just environment. 

FEEST (Food Empowerment Education & Sustainability Team)

Recipient of $12,500

FEEST‘s mission is to set the table for young people to transform the health and equity of their community by gathering around food and working towards systems change. 

The Good Foot Arts Collective

Recipient of $12,500

Good Foot Arts Collective‘s mission is to provide youth violence prevention advocacy through arts education. They envision youth of marginalized communities equipped to end violence before it begins, expressive in the arts through transformative movement and artistic mediums, empowered to reach their full potential through mentorship and educated to advocate in their community. 

2021 Grant Semi-Finalists

Geeking Out Kids of Color

Our mission is the liberation of BIPOC youth through technology and mentorship, by developing decolonized tech education programs to nurture community leaders of change. We work towards the liberation of BIPOC youth from systemic racism and sexism so they can live, love, and enjoy life as they please and stay in balance with the world. 

Para Los Niños

Para Los Niños supports and empowers the entire Latinx family through early learning, literacy and academic skills development, culturally relevant summer enrichment, and social justice parent leadership programs.

Sawhorse Revolution

Sawhorse Revolution‘s mission is to foster confident, community-oriented youth through the power of carpentry and craft. The organization is inspired to create equitable change within a framework of feet-on-the-ground education, empowerment, and leadership, in and for our community.


WA-BLOC‘s mission is to build and nurture intergenerational leaders through transformative education and revolutionary social action. Their vision is for South Seattle to be an epicenter where Black and Brown folx thrive. 

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2021 Grant Applicants