2024 Grantee Partners

2024 Grantee Partners

The votes have been tallied! On June 3, 2024, Impact 100 Seattle members cast their votes and convened to celebrate the allocation of trust-based grants to our three finalists. Below are the outcomes. As we commence a cherished year-long collaboration with these organizations, our focus extends beyond financial support as we seek avenues for deeper engagement. Stay connected with us here or on social media, and keep an eye on our calendar for Grantee Partner Update events. These gatherings offer opportunities to delve into the work of our grantees and witness their strides toward transformative community impact.

We extend our sincerest gratitude to everyone who participated in our 2024 grant cycle. If your grant submission did not advance to the finalist stage, we encourage you to consider joining us again next year. Your contributions and dedication are invaluable, driving meaningful change in our communities.

Take a moment to explore the remarkable organizations listed below—our finalists, semi-finalists, and all applicants. Through the provided links, you can discover the impactful initiatives they champion. Should their mission resonate with you, we invite you to engage or contribute, supporting their efforts to effect positive change.

Project Be Free
Recipient of $100,000

The mission of Project Be Free is to provide crisis response to individuals and families affected by domestic violence. Project Be Free offers an innovative approach to domestic violence, providing wraparound mental health services and support to the entire family unit — survivors, abusers, and dependents. Recognizing the cycle of intergenerational violence and trauma, Project Be Free addresses the root causes to break this harmful pattern.

Arms Around You
Recipient of $27,500

The mission of Arms Around You is to partner with and support individuals as they reintegrate, heal, and build their lives after experiencing incarceration, domestic violence, substance abuse, and homelessness. Arms Around You aims to break the cycle of incarceration for black women by providing comprehensive reintegration services to those affected by domestic violence, substance abuse, and homelessness in King and Pierce Counties.

Mujer Al Volante - Superación Constante
Recipient of $27,500

Mujer al Volante, Superación Constante’s mission is to support low-income immigrant and refugee women and mothers to take the steering wheels of their lives. Mujer al Volante recognizes driving as key to women's empowerment and combating economic violence. Initially focused on licensing, MAV now offers diverse programs addressing financial, social, and familial challenges. By assisting women in realizing their potential, gaining mobility, and advocating for themselves, MAV fosters self-respect and community impact. It has expanded to serve low-income immigrant, refugee, and asylee women, prioritizing communities where women historically lacked independence.

2024 Grant Semi-Finalists

Automotive Repair Transformation

The mission of Auto Repair Transformation is to close the equity gap in the automotive repair industry by removing barriers to access, inspiring marginalized people to enter and thrive in the industry, and advocating for inclusive and equitable environments. We primarily serve and address the needs of BIPOC, Women, LGBTQIA+, and low-income people.

Geeking Out Kids of Color

Geeking Out Kids of Color builds and sustains youth programs that are rooted in community, computer science, and consciousness. Its project-based tech curricula are informed by anti-racism, anti-sexism, multiculturalism, social-emotional learning, and decolonization frameworks. Its programs are geared towards empowering youth with the voice, digital literacy, and problem-solving skills to envision and construct new realities.

Para Los Niños

From birth and beyond, Para Los Niños (For the Children, or PLN) supports and empowers the entire Latino family through early learning, literacy and academic skills development, summer enrichment, and parent leadership and advocacy programs. PLN believes that all Latino children are capable of excellence, and we achieve that goal by building culturally relevant programs upon a foundation of love and respect, supported by a community leadership model that recognizes the talents and skills of each person

The Good Foot Arts Collective

The vision of The Good Foot Arts Collective is to see youth 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.


WA-BLOC (Washington Building Leaders of Change)'s mission is to build and nurture intergenerational leaders through transformative education and revolutionary social action. WA-BLOC's vision is for south Seattle to be an epicenter where Black and brown folx thrive. We achieve this vision through year-round educational programming that re-engages students in school, dismantles systemic racism, and disrupts the school to prison pipeline for Black and brown youth.

2024 Grant Applicants

206 South

Alimentando al Pueblo

Arts Corps

Ase Theatre

Birthday Dreams

Casa Surya Healings

Central District Forum for Arts and Ideas

Collective Justice

Communities In Schools of Tacoma

Community Cafe Collaborative

Connect Casino Road

Dignity for Divas

Driver Resource and Solidarity Center

EcoTHRIVE Housing

Emerald Alliance for People, Nature, and Community

Environmental Coalition of South Seattle (ECOSS)

Estelita's Library

Ethnic Cultural Heritage Exchange (EchoX)

Families of Color Seattle


Grassroot Projects

Harriett Tubman Foundation For Safe Passage

Hilltop Artists in Residence

Housing Connector

Human Right Protection & Global Peace

Justice for Girls Coalition of WA State

Key to Change

Khmer Community of Seattle King County

King County Play Equity Coalition (fiscally sponsored by Seattle Parks Foundation)


Lived Experience Coalition

Look, Listen & Learn

Melanated Maternity Essentials

Momma Nirvana

Movimiento Afrolatino Seattle

Muslimahs Against Abuse Center

Pizza Klatch

Puget Sound Sage

Resilient in Sustaining Empowerment

Restorative Community Pathways

Rivkin Center

Seattle Arts & Culture for Anti-Racism

Seattle/King County Coalition on Homelessness

Seda Iranian Theatre Ensemble

Skagit Valley Navigators

Somali Family Safety Task Force


Sound Theatre

South End Stories

South King County Discipline Coalition

Southeast Seattle Education Coalition

Space Between

Stolen Youth

Super Familia

Supporting Partnerships in Education and Beyond (SPEB)

Surge Reproductive Justice

Teen Feed

The Common Acre

The Community School of West Seattle

The Feels Foundation


Urban ArtWorks

Villa Comunitaria

Wa Na Wari

Washington Multicultural Services Link

We Heart Seattle

Zeno Math