STRATEGICALLY MAXIMIZING EVERY GIFT

To ensure our donors’ gifts can make the biggest difference,
NW Children’s Fund takes a strategic, hands-on approach
in evaluating each grant candidate.

GRANT PORTFOLIO

In the last year, NW Children’s Fund distributed $875,000 to area organizations working to end the cycle of child abuse and neglect. On behalf of NW Children’s Fund and the hardworking grant recipients below, thank you for investing in our community’s children.

OUR MOST RECENT GRANT RECIPIENTS

Twice a year, our Board assesses grant requests from a wide variety of child welfare agencies. We look for a number of qualities in the agencies we select, including:

–  Financial stability
–  Dedicated personnel
–  Measurable results
–  Innovative and effective approaches to
problem solving

Once a first-level assessment has been completed, we conduct a comprehensive review, visiting each agency under consideration, seeing programs in action, and talking face-to-face with the individuals behind them.

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NW Children’s Fund is a key leader in the child welfare community. NWCF is known as a foundation that understands the plight of the non-profit organization that is serving children, youth and families involved in child welfare including foster care. Through their compassionate and expert understanding of the non-profit organization they are able to strengthen our capacity to serve children who are surviving child abuse and neglect.

– JIM THEOFELIS
Executive Director
The Mockingbird Society

 

This thoughtful, thorough process has been the cornerstone of NW Children’s Fund grant selection since 1985. In that time, we’re proud to have funded hundreds of child welfare organizations in the our region with more than $15 million in grants. Some of those deserving recipients include:

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