Small and Simple Projects Fund
Congratulations to awarded applicants! Please follow the link to the 2013 Small and Simple March Awarded Projects: 2013 SAS March Awards List
The Small and Simple Projects Fund provides awards up to $25,000 to support community members in building community relationships around a project. Small and Simple Projects Fund activities may be physical projects as well as less tangible but equally significant educational, cultural, and relationship-strengthening activities. All projects must demonstrate its capacity to build a stronger and healthier community, and must:
- Provide a public benefit and be free and open to all members of the public.
- Emphasize self-help, with project ideas initiated, planned and implemented by the neighbors and community members who will themselves be impacted by the project.
- Demonstrate community match.
- Occur within the Seattle city limits.
To see the latest round of Small and Simple Projects Fund awards, click here. To search all NMF projects, click here.
Who Should Apply
The Small and Simple Projects Fund is open to:
- Neighborhood-based groups, community-based organizations, ad-hoc groups and business groups (such as chambers of commerce) who want to do a project to build stronger connections in their neighborhood.
- Community groups that do not have a geographic base, such as a racial or ethnic group, GLBT groups, a disability community, etc.
Technical Assistance Workshops
- 2013 workshops were completed. Please watch for 2014 future dates.
How to Apply
Before applying, carefully review the guidelines.
You can now apply for the Small and Simple Projects Fund online. Click here to get started.
When to Apply
Applications must be received by the Department of Neighborhoods office by:
- 5pm, Monday, October 7, 2013
Applicants are notified of award decision within eight weeks of application deadline.
For more information about the Small and Simple Projects Fund, contact a Neighborhood Matching Fund project manager.