The application process will open on September 4, 2020 to award over $2 million in federal CARES Act funding
Today, Snohomish County announced that it will be making more than $2 million available to non-profit organizations that serve Snohomish County residents to support organizational stabilization and capacity-building for addressing the COVID-related needs of community members. The Non-Profit Stabilization and Capacity-Building grant program is part of the county’s plan to use federal CARES Act resources to support local non-profit organizations impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic as they work to support community members in need.
The Community Foundation of Snohomish County will be administering awards on behalf of the county and will open the application portal on September 4, 2020 through September 18, 2020. All applications will be reviewed after the deadline by a diverse review committee and proposed awardees will be selected. Recipients will have to agree to a contract in order to receive funds. The Community Foundation of Snohomish County will also be managing the contracts and administering funds once contracts are signed.
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