Thank you for your interest! SJF’s funding opportunities are closed for 2023. Future funding opportunities will be posted here and announced via email and on social media when available. Past opportunities are available below for reference.
SJF will announce our 2024 Giving Project and Grant Panel opportunities in Spring of 2024.
Rapid Response Grants One time grant of $3000
Deadline: Rapid Response Grants are closed for 2023 and will re-open in Spring of 2024
Rapid Response Grants are small project specific grants of $3,000 to help grassroots organizations respond quickly to the changing political climate with actions and/or strategies that could not have been anticipated. To apply for a Rapid Response Grant, please make an account and submit your application through our Foundant Grant Portal.
Seed Grants One time grant of $5000
Deadline: Seed Grants are closed for 2023 and will re-open in Spring of 2024
Seed Grants are small general operating grants of $5,000 to support new and emerging groups that are developing their community organizing work but might not yet meet all the qualifications for SJF’s Giving Project grants. To apply for a Seed Grant, please make an account and submit your application through our Foundant Grant Portal.
2023 Community Wealth Building Grant One time grant of $50,000
Deadline: October 26, 2023 by 11:59PM PT
The 2023 Community Wealth Building Grant will fund organizing that aims to address economic injustice, build power to transform unjust systems, and overcome barriers to wealth for individuals, families, and communities. A collaboration between SJF and the City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, this grant is open to community-based projects based in Seattle (or conduct the majority of their work in/with Seattle communities).
The 2023 Reproductive Justice Grant One time grant of $17,500
Deadline: August 17, 2023 by 11:59PM PT
The 2023 Reproductive Justice Grant cycle will support grassroots, community organizing efforts that advance the movement for reproductive justice in Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, and/or Wyoming. These grants will support groups whose work increases access to self-determination, bodily autonomy, and reproductive/sexual health. We will prioritize funding organizations with Black, Indigenous, and/or POC leadership, and/or who conduct most of their work in reservation communities, and/or rural, small town communities.
The 2022 Queer Justice Momentum Giving Project Grant 2 year grant of $20,000/year, $40,000 total
Deadline: Wednesday, July 3 by 11:59PM PT
This grant will support groups led by LGBTQIA+ individuals, non-binary folks, and fem(me)s who are organizing against heterosexism, transmisogynoir, homophobia, cissexism, and working to build the liberation of groups who have been marginalized because of their sexual and/or gender identity in meaningful ways across Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, and Wyoming. We will prioritize funding organizations with Black, Indigenous, and/or POC leadership, and/or who conduct most of their work in rural, small town, and/or reservation communities.