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OneFamily Foundation (Washington)

 
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    Funder Type

    Private Foundation

    IT Classification

    B - Readily funds technology as part of an award

    Authority

    OneFamily Foundation

    Summary

    The OneFamily Foundation was established in 1997 in Seattle, Washington. The goals of the foundation are to provide resources to enhance the lives of women living in poverty and at-risk youth, to support services for abused women, and to aid efforts to end violence and sexual assault against women and children.

    The Foundation currently has the following areas of interest: 
    • Providing services for at-risk teens and young adults living in poverty.
      • Educational and mentoring projects to help teens avoid pregnancy.
      • Community-based programs to help low-income youth complete their education.
      • Job training programs to help youth build skills and develop self-sufficiency.
    • Preventing domestic violence and sexual assault.
      • Services to support and treat abused and neglected children.
      • Parenting programs to help families break the cycle of violence.
      • Shelters providing refuge for abused women and children.
      • Training/education programs to help abused women become self-sufficient.
      • Programs to help teens recognize and prevent date rape and sexual abuse.
    • Improving lives of low-income women.
      • Programs providing training and skills development for low-income women to support their families and break generational cycles of poverty.
      • Services to provide basic needs for women living in poverty: shelter, counseling, jobs training, food, childcare. (We are unable to accept shelter and housing programs serving families; only programs focused on women will be considered.)
    • Encouraging philanthropy among teens and young people.
      • Hands-on programs to teach children and youth the impact and responsibilities of charitable giving.
    Trustees also make several technical assistance grants (up to $1000) throughout the year to help organizations operate more effectively. Generally these grants support training for Boards and staff, but are not used for expenses related to attending conferences. Preference is made to collaborative training opportunities for groups working on similar issues.
     

    History of Funding

    Previously funded projects can be viewed at: http://fdnweb.org/onefamily/grants/year/2014/.

    Additional Information

    Grants are not made to Individuals, scholarships, schools, research, summer camps, athletic events, video or film projects, website development, or book publications.  The Foundation also does not fund low-income housing or shelter programs unless they are specifically focused on serving women.

    Contacts

    Therese Ogle

    Therese Ogle
    6723 Sycamore Ave NW
    Seattle', WA 98117
     

  • Eligibility Details

    Eligible applicants are nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations based in in King County, Snohomish County, or the Olympic Peninsula, Washington.

    Deadline Details

    Applications should be submitted by the first Friday of March or the first Friday of August, annually.

    Award Details

    Individual awards range from $5,000 to $10,000.


     

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