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2004 Grants: $111,460

Central District Forum for Arts & Ideas

10,000 in general operating support

The CD Forum offers progressive programs that encourage thought and debate on the role of African-Americans in American culture.

AAUW Legal Advocacy Fund

5,000 in general operating support

The LAF is a project that helps women working in academia enforce their employment rights.

The People's Institute for Survival and Beyond

15,000 to support the People's Institute Northwest The mission of People's Institute Northwest (PINW) is to engage all communities in creating an antiracist society where everyone has the opportunity to reach their full potential.

United for a Fair Economy

10,000 in general operating support

UFE works to raise awareness that concentrated wealth and power undermines the economy, corrupts democracy, deepens the racial divide and tears communities apart.

The Arab American Community Coalition

4,000 in general operating support

An organization doing strong work opposing the post-September-11 anti-arab backlash.

Institute For Washington's Future

1,000 for the the Comite Pro-Amnistia y Justicia Social program The program promotes community organizing and leadership development around human rights issues related to immigrants

American Friends Service Society

2,000 for the Youth Leadership Development Fund program

4,000 for the Rise One program

1,000 for Native Youth Action Seattle

5,000 for the People's Coalition for Justice Program
PCJ is a multiracial antiracist organization that addresses institutional racism in the criminal justice system.

American Indian Women's Service League Inc

5,000 to support the Native Women's Action Network program

2,000 to support the AIWSL scholarship program

Red Eagle Soaring

1,500 for the Summer Youth Program program Red Eagle Soaring is an all-volunteer group of adults that provide training and education to Native American youth in the field of performing arts

Washington State Patrol

8,660 to support diversity and inclusion in the ranks of Washington's State Patrol

National Network of Grantmakers

800 in general operating support

NNG works in organized philanthropy in order to promote the equitable distribution of wealth, power and influence to restore the health of the planet for future generations.

Seattle Indian Health Board

1,500 to support American Indian Elders in providing weekly meals, cultural activities, social and health services

Kitsap Human Rights Network

4,000 in general operating support

The Kitsap Human Rights Network defends human and civil rights while empowering the community to combate hate and promote inclusion, respect and diversity.

Northwest Women's Law Center

10,000 in general operating support for an organization working for the rights of women and families in Washington State.


Freedom Church of Seattle

1,000 to support the Leo O Tupulaga (Voices of Samoa) program

LOTS is a grass-roots organization serving Samoan children, youth and parents in the Seattle area.

4,000 for the Freedom Social Justice Ministry Program

Seattle Urban League

5,000 in support for the Minority Executive Directors Coalition program

Seattle Young People's Project

5,000 to support a youth-led, adult supported organization that empowers youth (ages 13-18) to express themselves and to take action on the issues that affect their lives.

Communities against Rape and Abuse

1,000 in general operating support

CARA works to end violence against women of color

Powerful Voices

5,000.00 in general operating support