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Recreation For All Fund

Recreation for All 2023 grant information coming soon; please watch this page.

About the Recreation for All Fund

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 Parks and Recreation 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 work 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 their programming after the one year of funding. Priority will be given to new projects that have not been funded by Recreation for All in prior years.

Recreation for All projects must:

  • Take place in a City of Seattle Community Center, Park, or Facility (such as Pool or Environmental Learning Center)
  • Provide recreation classes, projects, programs, or events to underserved communities

Who can apply?

  • Individuals
  • Local community groups
  • Small businesses working within the identified neighborhoods*
  • Non-profit and Not-for-profit organizations*

*Small businesses and non-profits must be under $150,000 in revenue.

2020 Recreation for All Awardees

Due to the pandemic, funding for 2020 was not distributed.

2019 Recreation for All Awardees

Aaron Brooks Foundation
Adefua Cultural Education Worksop
DeafThrive Day
ENAT- Ethiopian Mothers for Women & Family
Experience Education
Faces of Expression
Fitness For The Culture
Hunger Intervention Project
Inside Health Institute
Inspired Child
Katherine McCoy & Save our Sons Summit
Marvin Thomas Memorial Fund
Needs of the Community Society
Northwest Black Pioneers
Palmares Consulting Group, LLC
Puget Sound Outcast Derby
Rainier Valley Football Association
Seattle Sluggers- Beep Baseball
Shunpike with the Mahogany Project & The Queens Project
Silver Kite Community Arts, LLC
South End Effective Development & Detective Cookie Urban Chess Club
The Dare2Be Project
Van Lang Vietnamese Cultural School
Wonder of Women
Your House Boxing and Community Club

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Parks and Recreation

AP Diaz, Interim Superintendent
Mailing Address: 100 Dexter Ave N, Seattle, WA, 98109
Phone: (206) 684-4075
Fax: (206) 615-1813
pks_info@seattle.gov

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