Got Green, a program of the White Center Community Development Association, recently received a grant from the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation. Below is the official press release:
Paul G. Allen Family Foundation Awards $4.6 Million in Grants
Latest grants continue focus on providing economic relief for region’s most vulnerable citizens and supporting asset building initiatives that promote long-term economic stability
SEATTLE, Wash. – January 26, 2010 – Providing foreclosure counseling for distressed homeowners in southern Oregon and supporting the development of a green jobs initiative for young adults in Seattle’s White Center neighborhood are among the grants recently awarded by The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation. These latest grants reflect the Foundation’s continued focus on strengthening the social safety net for those living on the financial edge as well as supporting longer-term initiatives to help low-income families and individuals achieve economic stability.
“During one of the most dramatic economic downturns in history, we remain committed to helping our nonprofit partners and the communities they support respond and adapt to these growing challenges,” said Susan M. Coliton, vice president of The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation. “Our latest grants will help people build the long-term social and economic assets they need for economic stability in these uncertain times.”Post a comment