COVID-19 RESPONSE FUND grants
ANEW - for emergency support for their apprentices, such as utility and rental assistance, child care costs, and gas cards.
Afghan Health – for their Immigrant-2-Immigrant program that will help their community champions provide basic needs support to their clients.
African Community Housing and Development – for stipends for their community volunteers during the pandemic.
Babies of Homelessness - for supplies as they deliver diapers and other needed products to low-income/homeless families.
Cedar River Clinics – for emergency operating funds that will help subsidize medical supplies and staff salaries so they can continue to offer patients quality, compassionate care.
Centro de Amistad Cristiano – for rental assistance to the congregants of this Auburn church who have lost their jobs due to COVID or who are underemployed.
Centro Rendu – for food and rent assistance to the Latino community.
Coleman's Family Services - to support their clients with mental health counseling and basic needs such as electronic devices, food, and rental assistance.
Communities in Schools - Renton Tukwila - Emergency Fund for gas and food cards, etc.
Crisis Connections - to support new staffing needs as a result of dramatic increase in calls to the 2-1-1 line.
Domestic Abuse Women's Network (DAWN) - for assistance to domestic violence survivors.
El Comite - to help them disburse support such as food, masks, and cash assistance to families that are in a dire economic situation because they have not been able to access other support due to their immigration status.
Emergency Feeding Program – for operating support to help them continue their feeding program.
Evergreen Treatment Services REACH Program – to provide food, supplies to shelter-in-place (tents, sleeping bags, blankets), and cell phones so that the most marginalized people can access telehealth services and the COVID-19 hotline.
Freedom Church of Seattle - for their feeding programs and helping families with housing support.
Guided Pathways - to help them further expand outreach and services, focusing on and emphasizing the mental health and well-being of Black and Brown parents, youth and children.
Kent Food Bank and Emergency Services – for their food distribution program.
King County Sexual Assault Resource Center - for their legal advocacy, trauma-specific therapy, parent education, and case management services to victims of sexual assault and their families.
Luther's Table - to provide 100 dinners 6 nights a week for vulnerable populations in Renton.
Margie Williams Helping Hands Center – to provide food for Renton area residents.
Mother Africa – to provide rental assistance and food gift cards to African refugee an immigrant families.
Neighborhood House - to support their Aging and Disability Services Department. Specifically, this grant will provide food and emergency services to seniors.
Organization for Prostitution Survivors - to address the mental, physical, and safety needs of those they work with.
Para Los Niños – for grocery cards for their community family members.
REACH – for general operating for their wrap-around services.
Refugee Women's Alliance (ReWA) - to provide rental assistance and grocery and gasoline gift cards for Renton area residents.
Renton Area Youth and Family Services (RAYS) – for basic needs and emergency funding to low-income first-time parents (e.g. medical supplies, rent assistance, etc).
Renton-King County Alliance for Justice – for capacity building and supporting rent and food assistance to Black and Brown families in need of help.
Restoration House Ministries NW - for emergency food distribution, shoes and clothing for children, addressing housing issues, and emotional support for youth.
Shared Bread – for rent and utility assistance to families in Kent. This is a program of Kent United Methodist.
Somali Parents Education Board - for providing community building and essential resources to community members in Skyway.
Somali Youth and Family Club – for culturally and linguistically competent information, food support, online tutoring, and housing referral.
South King Food Fighters - for serving weekend meals to Renton and Tukwila families.
Summer Search - to support youth from low-income backgrounds with mental health, mentoring, access to resources, and emergency funding.
Treehouse – for their Just-in-Time funding program that provides rental assistance, grocery gift cards, utility payments and phone bills when public assistance isn’t available for youth and young adults in foster care.
Tukwila Pantry – for buying food, paying for extra staffing, and diesel for refrigerated truck.
Ukrainian Community Center of Washington - to support its community’s basic needs: food and housing provisions, mental health counseling and support, and family support services for those in high risk of domestic issues and/or violence.
Urban Family - Working with families in Skyway and providing Care Packs to help them during this crisis
UTOPIA (United Territories Of Pacific Islanders’ Alliance) – for health and financial support to their community members.
Vine Maple Place - for emergency housing, food, and mental health support.
Vision House - for general operating support as they work with their families, particularly with mental and emotional needs.
Washington Dream Coalition – to support basic needs of undocumented residents in South King County.
Way Back Inn – to support their 10 transitional housing units and basic needs for families.
Westside Baby - to deliver emergency diapers, wipes, formula and other most needed items to South King County organizations working with families whose health and economic well-being is most impacted by this pandemic.