King County Department of Community and Human Services, City of Seattle Human Services Department, United Way of King County, Seattle Housing Authority and King County Housing Authority are pleased to announce a Request for Proposals process as part of the Fall 2010 King County Combined Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA). Approximately $10.65 million for Services, Operating Support, and Rental Assistance, and up to 90 Section 8 subsidies are available to be linked to non time-limited housing for people experiencing homelessness in King County. Application materials are now available on the King County website.
The Building Resilience Initiative invites applications for one-time grants of approximately $20,000-$50,000 each to support organizations or communities using innovative strategies to support adults and families who are struggling as a result of the recession. The Seattle Foundation is part of a group of philanthropic organizations called the Building Resilience Initiative that was formed in late 2008. The group is working together to respond to the recession in ways that help adults, families, organizations and communities cope with hardships and build strengths even in these tough times. The deadline for this Request for Proposals (RFP) is Nov. 1, 2010. For details, please see the complete RFP.