Recreation For All

The Recreation for All fund, through the Seattle Parks District, provides financial support to local nonprofit organizations, small businesses, community groups, and individuals to provide culturally relevant programs and events throughout the City of Seattle.  Programs or events must be held in City of Seattle community centers, parks, or facilities in neighborhoods where health and enrichment disparities are prevalent and serve the funds priority populations and communities including adults, LGBTQIA, immigrant and refugee populations, people of color, and people with disabilities.

Potential Partners

The fund opens for applications annually seeking new partners with innovative programs and events.  Each year the fund seeks to partner with 25 NEW partners to provide culturally relevant programming that meets the needs of the community they serve.  Potential partners need to include information on sustainability and how they would maintain they're programming after the one year of funding. Currently Recreation for All is seeking out additional partners for 2017.  Applications can be found at seattleparks.gosmart.org.  Application window for 2017 close on April 21, 2017  

2017 Partners

  • Aaron Brooks Foundation
  • Adefua Cultural Education Workshops
  • Atlantic Street Center
  • Baile Dior Studios
  • Boys and Girls Club of King County
  • Children's Home Society
  • Deaf Spotlight
  • Delridge Neighborhood Development Association
  • Duwamish Rowing Club
  • Entre Hermanos/Circulo de Mamas Seattle
  • Hiawatha D.
  • J Salon
  • The Mahogany Project/Shunpike
  • OUT There Adventures
  • Palmares Consulting, LLC
  • ROOTS Picnic
  • Seattle Adaptive Sports
  • Somali Family Safety Task Force
  • South Park Information and Referral Center
  • Three Dollar Bill Cinema
  • United Negro College Fund
  • Van Lang Vietnamese Cultural School
  • Wonder of Women
  • Your House Boxing & Community Club
  • Youth in Focus