Crown Hill Neighborhood Association received funds for 1 year of on-site digital training classes to be held at, and benefit the underserved residents of, United Indians Youth Home (big white building on NW 90th Street & 13th Ave NW). The curriculum includes Word, keyboarding, Internet safety and social media. Instructors are from North Seattle Community College and classes are open to Crown Hill neighbors.
Thanks to the Recycling Challenge hosted by Waste Management (WM), eight Crown Hill/Greenwood charities or community organizations will be awarded $5000 each. Â Â Deadline to apply isÂ September 16.
Last fall the Phinney Neighborhood Association (PNA) agreed to be the community partner withÂ Waste Management. Â They will be facilitating the grant process but all eligible applicants will be selecting the recipients.
To be eligible, recipients must be:
1. Â Â Â A registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization or be a community group with a current (pre-existing) fiscal sponsor
2.Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Serving all or part of the Greenwood/Crown Hillâ€“ Waste Managementâ€™sÂ WednesdayÂ North Service area (ie garbage pick-up is Wed).
3. Â Â Â A program or project already in progress or at least â€œshovel readyâ€
4. Â Â Â Able to spend the grant Â byÂ July 1, 2014
5. Â Â Â Participate in the selection committee andÂ attend two meetings (Sept 26 and Oct 10) .
Contact Ann Bowden firstname.lastname@example.org