Foundation / Corporation
No Kid Hungry and United Way of King County (UWKC)
Grants of $10,000 and grants of $25,000 to Washington schools, community organizations, and program providers in eligible regions for initiatives to decrease hunger for children in the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Priority will be given to communities in which over 50% of the population identify as Black, Latino, Native American, Asian, Hawaiian Native, or Pacific Islander. Eligible programs benefit residents of King County.
No Kid Hungry & United Way of King County (UWKC) are looking to fund: school breakfast expansion through Breakfast After the Bell, universal breakfast and lunch expansion through the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP), weekend and out-of-school time meals served through CACFP At-Risk Afterschool, and/or school community promotion and enrollment support for: SNAP, WIC, Pandemic-EBT programs AND the Child Tax Credit!
Funding Priorities: No Kid Hungry & UWKC will prioritize funding schools, community organizations, and enrichment partners with a strong and sustainable plan for maximizing participation in the above-mentioned programs AND that serve communities where over 50% of the population identify as Black, Latino, Native American, Asian, Hawaiian Native, or Pacific Islander. Applicants must clearly describe how nutrition programs address racial disparities and economic hardship in their communities. Applicants must plan to apply for federal nutrition sponsorship through OSPI or work with an existing meal sponsor to receive funds.
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GrantWatch ID#: 199195
Maximum grant amount: $25,000 for school nutrition programs and school districts and $10,000 for community organizations
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