Support the Boys & Girls Club mission of enabling all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.Read More
COO Systems & Policy Change RFP invites proposals from community-led and community-engaged efforts to transform systems and policies for stronger community connections, economic opportunity, better health, and/or housing that will decrease and/or prevent continued inequity in communities of color in King County.
Applications must be submitted online, read more about the application process and apply here. If you would like to download a copy of the RFP click here.
The Commercial Affordability Pilot program will develop models and tools for small businesses with a specific focus on areas of King County that are part of COO place-based and cultural communities.Read More
We will work together to deepen our knowledge of economic development, home ownership, and financial literacy in King County’s Black communities and put ideas and strategies into practice.Read More
In 2018, COO launched a participatory evaluation to assess existing conditions and early partner efforts toward creating racial, economic and health equity. Over 46 partners shared their perspectives through surveys, focus groups, interviews and a community workshop. Read the findings here.Read More
Healthy choices and environments should be available to everyone, regardless of where they live. The Healthy King County Coalition is committed to ensuring equitable access to healthy options for all King County residents. One of the ways we do this is through training community leaders.Read More