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FNC Community Investment Grants

Poster by Dennis Bateman 2016

Fremont Neighborhood Council Offers Community Investment Grants 

Hazel Heights P Patch Mosaic – May 2013

The Fremont Neighborhood Council grants funds for a variety of projects, including enhancement of the playground at B.F. Day Elementary, the mosaic sign at Hazel Heights, the painting  of the 46th Street and Bridge Way murals and their maintenance, and periodic Fremont clean-ups. The Council invests in select projects and programs that enhance quality of life for Fremont residents. Grant requests are accepted throughout the year; a request must be sent to the Council Board at least two months before a decision (or funding) is needed.

  • The Fremont Neighborhood Council invests in projects sponsored by community organizations; it does not make grants to individuals.
  • Preference will be given to challenge grants and/or projects where the Fremont Neighborhood Council’s grant is leveraged with matching funds. Past grant partners include the City of Seattle, the Fremont Chamber of Commerce, P-patch Trust, Department of Neighborhoods Matching Funds, Office of Arts and Culture, BF Day PTA, and Seattle’s P-patch program

To apply for a grant, read the FNC Grant Guidelines FINAL as adopted 7-24-17, then download the FNC COMMUNITY BUILDING Grant-Application FINAL adopted 7-24-17 and submit your proposal.