Vaccine Equity Initiative
The Vaccine Equity Initiative will support equitable distribution of vaccines by streamlining and targeting funds to trusted, community-based organizations that can conduct linguistically and culturally-specific vaccine education and outreach to workers, individuals, and families most impacted, as well as facilitate mobile and pop-up vaccine clinics and address transportation barriers. Flexible grants will be distributed to organizations serving regions and communities with the highest need in order to ensure everyone has equitable access.
The grant application period for Rounds 1–4 of the Vaccine Equity Initiative is now closed. New applications are not being accepted at this time. The application guidelines are available for reference here.
The first round of All In WA’s Vaccine Equity Initiative awarded 111 grants (totaling $2,835,000) to community-based organizations. View round 1 grantees here.
The second round of the Initiative awarded $395,000 to 20 community-based organizations, bringing the total to over $3.2M in Vaccine Equity Initiative grant awards. See the full list of round 2 grantees here.
The third round of the Initiative awarded $585,000 to 20 community-based organizations, bringing the total to over $3.8M in Vaccine Equity Initiative grant awards. See the full list of round 3 grantees here.
ALL IN WASHINGTON COVID RELIEF FUND
EMERGENCY FLEXIBLE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
The All In WA COVID Relief Fund grants focus on Emergency Flexible Financial Assistance. Grants were awarded to community-based organizations that are providing immediate financial support for disproportionately impacted individuals and families.
This support is critical for residents and families to meet their basic needs and regain stability in their lives. Funds are intended to be flexible, allowing people to decide how best to prioritize their needs for housing, health care, food, childcare, transportation, and other necessities.
The All In WA COVID Relief Fund awarded 109 grants to community-based organizations and Tribes, totaling $7,800,000. Click here for a list of grantees.
Child Care Initiative
The Child Care Initiative provides vital resources to expand access to affordable child care for working parents, especially essential workers with the greatest need, while also helping to sustain child care providers across Washington. To date, funding has been provided through two grant cycles.
Applications closed in December for the first grant cycle focused on supporting family child care businesses, especially BIPOC-owned child care businesses. Click here to view the grant announcement with grantee list.
Applications closed in March for the second grant cycle focused on licensed child care centers. Click here to view the grant announcement with the grantee list.
Youth Behavioral Health Grants Program
The Youth Behavioral Health grants program provides flexible funding to trusted community-based organizations, including coalitions and tribal entities. The grants will expand or enhance their services and supports for BIPOC youth ages 10-24 and/or their caregivers so they develop greater resilience, well-being, and healthy functioning in the near-term and long-term.
The All In WA COVID Relief Fund awarded 39 grants to nonprofit community-based organizations and Tribes, totaling $2,115,000. Click here for a list of grantees.