grant opportunities


The Community and Consumer Voice (CCV) Committee of HealthierHere

Seeking applications from community-based groups and organizations to conduct education within community about King County’s Medicaid Transformation Work. This opportunity is funded through the Small Grants Program, managed by the Center for MultiCultural Health. Non-profit community-based social and human services organizations and grassroots community groups that serve people of color, low-income, immigrant, and refugee community members in King County are eligible to apply.

More information available here. Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a continuous basis beginning July 19, 2018 and ending September 15, 2018.


(HKCC and PARTNER organizations)

Washington Association for Children & Families: Public Policy Manager

King County Department of Community and Human Services: Older Adults and Aging Program Manager/PPM IV

Washington Health Benefit Exchange: Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Program Manager

Foundation for Healthier Generations: Senior Director of Community Based Health

YWCA - BABES Network: HIV+Peer Advocate Program Manager (PT)

OneAmerica: Senior Political Manager, Senior Communications ManagerSenior Policy Manager, Youth Organizer, South King County, and Operations Associate

Seattle Public Schools: Prevention & Intervention Specialist 

HealthierHere (King County Accountable Community of Health): Financial Analyst and Community and Tribal Engagement Manager

Public Health - Seattle King County: Communications Specialist (PT)

Best Starts for Kids: Prenatal to Five Innovations Lead

Neighborhood House: Aging and Disability Resource Manager

Global to Local: Executive Director


Other positions may be viewed on LinkedIn

Organization positions are posted for a 3-week interval unless extended posting is requested.