Past Capacity Building Award Recipients

Summer 2013 Capacity Building Awards 

 

Bike Works: $5,000 

Bike Works is
an innovative organization centered around bicycles that combines youth
development, community engagement, bicycle recycling and a social
enterprise bike shop to help build a sustainable and healthy community.
Funding from the Satterberg Foundation will support staff leadership
development.

Communities in Schools of Washington State: $5,000

Communities in Schools of Washington State 
mission is to surround students with a community of support, empowering
them to stay in school and achieve in life. Funding from the Satterberg
Foundation will support their program measurement efforts.

Eastside Baby Corner: $5,000

Eastside Baby Corner's
mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of children and
families in need by collecting and purchasing children's items and
distributing them, free of charge, through agencies who are providing
services for families in east King County. Funding from the Satterberg
Foundation will support staff leadership training.

Girls Incorporated of San Diego: $4,000

The mission of Girls Incorporated of San Diego County
is to inspire all girls to become strong, smart and bold. Funding from
the Satterberg Foundation will support their strategic plan and
fundraising training efforts.

Seattle JazzED: $5,000

Seattle JazzED
provides Seattle area youth with access to world-class jazz music
education. By achieving excellence in musical performance, they acquire
valuable personal skills that will help them achieve excellence in other
areas of life. Funding from the Satterberg Foundation will  assist
their efforts in identifying strategies that will maximize enrollment
capacity.

Open Arms Perinatal Services: $5,000

Open Arms Perinatal Services
is an innovative nonprofit dedicated to providing strong
community-based support for women through pregnancy, birth and
postpartum. We have provided services to pregnant women and their
families in the Puget Sound area since 1997. Funding from the Satterberg
Foundation will support their fundraising assessment and development
planning efforts.

Interfaith Association of Northwest Washington: $5,000

Interfaith Association of Northwest Washington encourages
struggling families to acknowledge their strengths, move
forward in confidence that they can provide better lives for
themselves and their children, and contribute to making the
community stronger. Funding from the Satterberg Foundation will support
their efforts to develop a business plan.

 

 

Winter 2013 Capacity Building Awards

 

Eastside Friends of Seniors: $5,000

Eastside Friends of Seniors provides volunteer-based services to seniors facing the challenges of aging. Funding from the Satterberg Foundation will provide support for a professional fundraising coach.

Hope in Christ Ministries: Coffee Oasis: $5,000

Hope in Christ Ministries: Coffee Oasis exists to bring real life change to the street and homeless youth of Kitsap County, compassionately guiding them out of hopelessness and into lives of dignity, integrity, benevolence, and responsible stewardship. Funding from the Satterberg Foundation will provide professional development for staff members in the area of grant writing.

Lopez Island Family Resource Center: $1,750

Lopez Island Family Resource Center's (LIFRC) mission is to foster healthy families, and in turn a healthy community, by supporting and enhancing the security, well-being, education and life success of children, families and community members. Funding from the Satterberg Foundation will support the process of updating their strategic plan.

Our Forgotten Warriors: $5,000

Our Forgotten Warriors helps struggling soldiers and veterans reintegrate into their communities, through the coordination of vital services and direct financial assistance. Funding from the Satterberg Foundation will provide  three volunteers the opportunity to attend a conference to develop the knowledge, competencies, and contacts for forging substantive business partnerships.

Washington Bus Education Fund: $5,000

The Washington Bus makes politics engaging, effective and fun. The Bus puts young Washingtonians in the driver's seat and give them the tools they need to be organizers, legislators and leaders. Funding from the Satterberg Foundation will support building the senior management's strength as a team to lead, make hard decisions, and intentionally set organizational tone.

Zeno: $4,000

Zeno is dedicated to building a sustainable math culture in elementary school communities. We work directly where elementary kids live, learn and plan because its here that our attitudes about math and about ourselves are formed. Funding from the Satterberg Foundation will support professional development for staff.

Summer 2012 Capacity Building Awards

 

Bethel Community Services: $5,000

Bethel Community Services mission is to address the needs of our families at the Bethel Family Center, to network and provide services for homeless youth, to prevent and reduce substance abuse among youth, to promote attendance and achievement and success at school in the community. Funding from the Satterberg Foundation will support their strategic planning efforts.

Jumping Mouse Children's Center: $5,000

Jumping Mouse Children's Center (JMCC) is a nonprofit organization that provides a creative therapy environment for children. Our primary purpose is to provide mental health services to children and their families, particularly to those who cannot otherwise access these services in our rural area. Funding from the Satterberg Foundation will support their strategic planning efforts.

Leading from the Heart: $5,000

The mission of Leading from the Heart is to build inner awareness and leadership development within social change organizations in order to enhance the effectiveness of the progressive movement. Funding from the Satterberg Foundation will support the development of internal infrastructure of this newly founded non-profit.

Lydia Place: $2,000

Lydia Place provides a multi-faceted program that supports women and their children in transition from homelessness to independence. Respecting the individual needs of each mother and child, the Lydia Place staff and volunteers are able to assist each family in the changes necessary for their success. Support from the Satterberg Foundation will support staff time, supplies, and facilitator fees for 2 full-day strategic planning sessions.

San Diego River Park Foundation: $5,000

The San Diego River Park Foundation was founded in 2001 as a public benefit community-based nonprofit dedicated to fostering stewardship and appreciation of the region's namesake waterway. Funding from the Satterberg Foundation will support the hiring of a consultant to develop strategy to implement a major overhaul of our electronic communications.

Stone Soup Theatre: $5,000

In 1999 Stone Soup Theatre began entertaining Seattle audiences with professional productions of one-act plays. Stone Soup Theatre's mission is to create theatre where all contributions are valued and everyone may express their humanity through art. Support from the Satterberg Foundation will support their strategic planning efforts.

Voice of Vashon: $5,000

Voice of Vashon provides resources to help Vashon Islanders create, produce, and distribute locally-oriented audio and video programming as well as communications lifeline in case of an Island emergency. Funding from the Satterberg Foundation will support the development of internal fundraising and volunteer systems and structures.

 

Winter 2012 Capacity Building Awards

Got Green: $5,000

Got Green works to ensure that low-income people and communities of color in Seattle/King County can gain equal access to and reap the benefits of the green movement and green economy. They do this by cultivating new leaders- especially 18-35 year olds- to educate, organize and build coalitions. Funding from the Satterberg Foundation will support Organizational Development Consulting to train and develop its board of directors and key volunteer leaders.

Hilltop Urban Gardens: $5,000

Hilltop Urban Gardens' mission is to build systems for food sovereignty and create racial and economic justice. They are working to achieve this mission through the creation of an Urban Farm Network and their Let's Grow community programs. Funding from the Satterberg Foundation will support Board Training and Strategic Planning.

Seattle JazzED: $4,500

Seattle JazzED provides exceptional jazz education and performance opportunities to Seattle area youth, regardless of their prior music instruction or ability to pay. Funding from the Satterberg Foundation will support Curriculum Evaluation and Planning for their Introductory Ensemble Class following their pilot year.

Sojourner Place: $5,000

Sojourner Place's mission is to provide safe, transitional housing for single, low-income homeless women in the Seattle area who are recovering from crisis. Sojourner Place inspires and encourages self-sufficiency, self-esteem and independence in women who seek to permanently break the cycle of poverty, despair and homelessness. Funding from the Satterberg Foundation will support the hiring of a Social Service Analyst to develop program evaluation tools.

Teen Feed: $5,000

Teen Feed works with the community to offer support to meet basic needs, build strong relationships, an ally with homeless youth as they meet their future off the streets. The funding from the Satterberg Foundation will support the redesign and upgrade of their Volunteer and Donor Tracking systems.

Vietnamese Friendship Association: $5,000

The mission of the Vietnamese Friendship Association is to empower the Vietnamese community to succeed while bridging, preserving and promoting cultural heritage. VFA also works to promote a just society by advocating for immigrant and refugee youth and families, especially within Seattle Public Schools. Funding from the Satterberg Foundation will support the organization of Board and Staff Retreats to renew the vision, mission, goals; and assess progress on their strategic plan.

Zero Waste Washington: $5,000

Zero Waste Washington protects people and our natural world by advoacting for products designed and produced to be healthy, safe and continually recycled and reused. We are the public's voice for zero waste. We envision a just and sustainable world where society responsibly produces, consumes and recycles. Funding from the Satterberg Foundation will support Strategic Program Planning to enhance future effectiveness.  

Summer 2011 Capacity Building Awards

Arts Ed Washington: $5,000
Arts Ed Washington (ArtsEd WA) works to advance arts education for all students through leadership, partnership and communication. Satterberg Foundation funding will allow ArtsEd WA to hire a consultant to improve the functionality of the organization's individual giving processes and increase the skills of staff through mentorship.

Arts In Motion: $5,000

Arts In Motion (AIM) is a non-profit arts education program committed to bringing affordable, quality arts education to Seattle's diverse Rainier Valley and its surrounding area. This award will help AIM to produce a manual for use in their fund development, and provide training for board and staff.

Global Visionaries: $5,000

Global Visionaries' mission is to educate and empower youth from diverse socioeconomic, ethnic, racial, and geographic backgrounds to become active leaders and global citizens who promote social and environmental justice education and community service at home and abroad. Satterberg Foundation funding will help to create additional curriculum, to strengthen current evaluation support and to train additional teachers.

Prospect Enrichment Preschool: $4,000

Prospect Enrichment Preschool (PEP) welcomes all children and families into our diverse environment without discrimination and regardless of ability to pay. PEP is a unique and treasured resource for Central District families, and has been educating economically disadvantaged children for over 30 years. This award will assist PEP by funding succession planning and leadership development opportunities.

Puget Soundkeeper Alliance: $5,000

The mission of the Puget Soundkeeper Alliance is to protect and preserve the waters of Puget Sound by tracking down and stopping the discharge of pollutants into the waters of Puget Sound. Satterberg Foundation funding will pay for a portion of a strategic planning consultant's work in the second stage of an 8-month strategic planning process.

Veggielution: $5,000

Veggielution empowers youth and adults from diverse backgrounds to create a sustainable food system in San Jose, CA. With Satterberg Foundation funding Veggielution will execute a strategic planning process, ensuring their viability and sustainability into the future.

Winter 2011 Capacity Building Awards

Helping Link: $5,000

The mission of Helping Link is to empower Vietnamese-American refugees and immigrants to achieve personal and family acculturation and self-sufficiency while nurturing community service and youth leadership. This award will help provide financial management assistance to revitalize Helping Link's in-house fiscal knowledge, update systems and adapt their fiscal controls to comply with new rules and regulations.

Jefferson Land Trust: $5,000

The mission of Jefferson Land Trust is 'helping the community preserve open space, working lands and habitat forever'. It is their aim to help the community meet its needs in terms of land protection. They collaborate with partners at all levels in the community, from individuals to groups of citizens and from other non-profit organizations to public agencies. This award will help fund a comprehensive internal organizational strategic planning process for the development of a 5-10 year organizational strategic plan.

Rolling Readers: $4,000

Rolling Readers' mission is to prevent the devastating consequences of illiteracy among the children of San Diego. Their goal is to inspire children, with less opportunity, to love reading through read aloud volunteers and new book ownership. This award will allow Rolling Readers to hire a consultant to work with their Board of Directors and Executive Director on an assessment and sustainability, board, and resource development plan and implementation.

Vida Verde: $5,000

Vida Verde Nature Education is a non-profit that promotes educational equity by providing free, overnight, environmental learning experiences for students who don't otherwise get the opportunity. This award will help Vida Verde to create a comprehensive best-practices 'Operations Manual' for use in future administrative personnel changes and future growth and expansion of their mission and programs.

Whatcom Literacy Council: $5,000

Whatcom Literacy Council(WLC)'s mission is to empower adults to achieve their goals and change their lives through literacy. WLC tutors work with learners in a variety of tutorial formats including one-to-one tutoring, small groups, in classrooms as instructional aides, and in Communication Skills classes. With the help of this award, WLC will hire consultants in fund development and technology to help map out WLC's strategies in those two key areas.

Summer 2010 Capacity Building Awards

Amara: $3,000

Amara Parenting & Adoption Services is committed to finding stable and nurturing families for children. They say "We believe all are entitled to be raised in stable and nurturing families. Working toward this goal , we begin with an inclusive philosophy toward prospective parents, with our primary consideration being what they have to offer a child." This award was given to help support two full-day, off-site retreats for the Amara strategic planning task force.

Bike Works: $3,000

The mission of Bike Works is to build sustainable communities by educating youth and promoting bicycling. The Satterberg award will allow Bike Works to dedicate staff and consultant resources to the improvement efforts in financial management.

Bird Note: $3,000

Bird Note educates and inspires people to care about the future of the natural world, by producing and distributing BirdNote - remarkable stories about the lives of birds. (They) focus on birds as the harbingers of environmental change and how, if we (the listeners) understand, feel connected to, and help them, we contribute to our own environmental health. This award will help fund formal board and fundraising raining for new and existing members to integrate and plan for future board recruitment, and to advance the strategic plan.

Central District Forum for Arts & Ideas (CD Forum): $3,000

The CD Forum presents and produces African-American cultural programs that encourage thought and debate for the greater Seattle area. (The) vision is to inspire new thoughts and to challenge assumptions about African-American culture. This award will enable CD Forum to contract the services of an experienced marketing consultant to guide them through the analysis and planning activities and deliver a comprehensive media plan.

Longhouse Media: $3,000

The mission of Longhouse Media is to catalyze Indigenous people and communities to use media as a tool for self-expression, cultural preservation, and social change. Our primary youth program, Native Lens, supports the growth and expression of Native youth through digital media making. This award will help fund a qualified facilitator for board training, focused in the areas of finance, governance, and marketing.

Youth Media Institute (YMI): $3,000

Youth Media Institute is an organization that strives to empower youth to become powerful leaders and artists by using media technologies to transform images about their communities, cultures, and themselves. The Satterberg award will provide YMI with the funds to work with an experienced consultant to strategize continued growth and development.

Spring 2010 Capacity Building Awards

Coalition for Charitable Choice: $3,000

Coalition for Charitable Choice(CCC)'s mission is to encourage and facilitate broader charitable workplace giving and unite donors with the charities of their choice.  This award would help the CCC make progress toward three major initiatives (Strategic Planning, Technology Development, and Partner Development)

Dress for Success Seattle: $3,000

The mission of Dress for Success Seattle (DFSS) is to promote self-confidence and financial independence for low-income women transitioning into the workplace by outfitting them with interview-appropriate attire and working apparel and providing ongoing career support.  The purpose of this award for volunteer training/ Americorps Member/ Client tracking & Evaluation. The goal is to track our impact by creating a tool and procedure for tracking a client's long-term success after she leaves our program.

Freedom Project: $3,000

Freedom Project helps prisoners, those returning from prison, and community members transform themselves by learning essential communication skills: nonviolence, self-awareness, and how to build and maintain positive human relationships.  This award is for the training of a minumum of 100 case managers, who work with prison reentry, in nonviolent communication.

Get a Life Childcare LLC: $3,000

Get a LIfe (GAL) Childcare's misson is simple: we are dedicated to caring for children whose parent or sibling is living with chronic illness, termal illness or disability.  This award is for a fundraising consultant who will help move us in the direction  of self-sustaining growth.

Somali Family Services of San Diego: $3,000

The goal of SFS is to ensure a better quality of life of Somali and other East African populations of San Diego through educational programs in addition to promoting equal opportunities and establishing geater understanding and communication among Somali and other East African communities. This award is to assist in the hiring of  a professional consultant to help with a long-term fundraising plan. In addition, the  award would finance workshops and additional education for the SFS Development Director.

Vashon  Allied Arts Inc.: $2,450

VAA's mission is to serve as a center or ther arts on Vashon-Maury Island, with programs and acivities that are presented in a community context that homors and supports artists, audiences, patrons, learners of all ages and families. We strive to offer programs that meet the highest profesional standards and encourage a broad range of experimentation by all artistic disciplines. Founded in 1966, VAA is one of the oldest community arts centers in the state of Washington.    This award is for a board retreat in October. The intent is to provide a much need education in major gifts fundraising and a hands-on practicum in the process of soliciting gifts in advance of our capital campaign.

Westside Baby: $2,500

Westside Baby, in partnership with our community , provides essential items to local children in need by collecting and distributing diapers, clothing, toys and equipment.   This award is to assist in a volunteer HUB subscription and development consulting with Susan Howlett.

Winter 2010  Capacity Building Awards

ArtsED Washington (Washington Alliance for Arts Education): $3,000

ArtsEd Washington's mission is to advance arts education through leadership,partnership, and communication and to see that every child in Washington State has access to the best possible education, one in which the arts are fully intergrated into the regular curriculum.  This award is to engage Executive Service Corp (ESC) as a consultant to help transition into the Carver Policy Model of Governance.

Capital Hill Housing (CH Development Association): $3000

Capital Hill Housing meets the need for affordable housing and preserves neighborhood character by operating and developing affordable housing in a community context sensitive to neighborhood needs such as historic preservation, walkability and supporting local busniesses.  This award  is to assist with a long term strategic planning process that will provide the agency with a thoughful long-term and concise reoadmap for on-going opeartions.

CoTa (Collaborations Teachers and Artists): $3000

Cota is a professional development program designed to make the arts an essential and ongoing aspect of elementary school education.  This award is to assist with evaluation and analysis by taking the completed Rubric tools that artists and teachers have completed weekly in order to extract and compile the data to gain a precise understanding of how Cota works, with an eye towards improving artist's training of teachers.

Northwest Parkinson's Foundation: $2,750

Northwest Parkinson's Foundation (NWPF) mission is to establish optimal quality of life for the Northwest Parkinson's community through awareness, education, advocacy, and care. This award will assist with a strategic planning session with the board and staff to implement a succession plan for the executive director.

Nutrition First (formerly WALWICA): $1000

Nutrition First's mission is ensuring that young children of families with limited resources have opportunities for better nutrition to improve overall health.  We achieve our mission through advocacy,education, and training for those who work on hehalh of children in Washington State.  This award will assist in  a multi-session interactive webinar for board development.

Sustainable Community Gardens: $3000

Sustainable Community Gardens is dedicated to promoting and being an example of sustainable food systems in Silicon Valley. Our farm gardens and integrative educational programs empower youth and adults o grow a community dedicated to healthy living and environmental responsibility.  This award will assist by providing the expertise necessary to train the board and staff in successful fundraising techniques over a period of two half and one full day sessions.

Washington CASH (Washington Community Alliance for Self Help): $3000 

Washington CASH provides the business training, supportive community, and capital to help enterprising individuals with limited financial resources gain self-sufficiency through small business ownership.  Our goals are to help low-income people, especially women, develop economic self-reliance and financial independence through asset based economic development activities.  This award will assist with increasing the capacity of the  board of directors to become more involved in raising both individual and corporate grants to support long term growth.

Fall 2009 Capacity Building Awards

Explorations in Math: $3,000

Explorations in Math is an organization dedicated to helping elementery students succeed in math with a clear focus on students in economically challenged and racially diverse comunities. This award is for the investment in human resources infrastructure and staff development with the goal of improving employee communication, collaboration and satisfaction through tools, technology, and training.

Freehold Studio Lab Theatre: $3,000

As a center for  the practice of theatre, Freehold engages artists of all levels in training and experimentation so that they may become more innovative and heartfelt in generating theatre that has a lasting impact on the community we serve. This award is for strengthening fundraising capacity in order to grow and provide sustained support for the wholly subsidized  Engaged Theatre progam by formalizing the role of a part-time grant writer.

Jefferson County Community Foundation: $2,950

The missison if the  Jefferson County Community Foundation (JCCF) is to inspire donors to invest in Jefferson County and to achieve their charitable goals from generation to generation through grant making, enlightened civic leadership, and strategic investments.  This award is to assist JCCF in achieving organizational excellence through the national standards process  and receive the National Standards Seal.

Refugee Support Network: $3,000

The mission of the Refugee Support Network is to increase services for refugees in King County through capacity and sustainability building in community based organizations.  This award is to assist  with development training  of our Americorp and  Vista members.

Seattle Center Foundation: $3,000

The mission of the Seattle Center Foundation is to support Seattle Center in funding quality facilities and experiences that educate, connect and entertain.  This award is to assist in increasing the ability to recruit, engage and retain volunteers to support our ongoing programs and the 50th Anniversary celebration.

Team Read: $3,000

Team Read's mission is to deliver a proven, replicable K-12 model to ensure reading success for struggling readers through the use of peer tutors.  Team Read helps Seattle's neediest public elementary school students achieve reading success.  This award will provide funds for hiring a consultant to oversee and manage the board's strategic planning process over a six month period.

Theatre Off Jackson: $3,000

Theatre Off Jackson (TOJ) ensures that a vibrant arts culture thrives in Seattle by operating a sustainable venue dedicated to performance, art, and community.  This award will assist in funding a full day board and staff retreat  designed to reach a shared understanding of the core stragegic  priorities and develop a clear path of implementation with action items to assign to board and staff members.

Summer 2009 Capacity Building Awards

Art Collective Issaquah dba ArtEAST: $3,000

ArtEAST is dedicated to making the arts an integral part of life in our community through teaching, exhibiting, and creating.  This grant is for development (with the assistance of Shunpike's Sustainable Organizations Services) to continue board recruitment and development, develop a fundraising plan and begin development of a strategic plan. 

Family Works: $2,500

Family Works is a family resource center and food bank that nourishes and strengthens families, by providing support and information in the areas of nutrition, parenting, employment, literacy, household management, and parent/child activities.  This grant is to support a one day board and staff retreat with the services of a facilitator who will guide us in the development of a plan that we can use for the next two years to accomplish our goals.

Giddens School: $2,819

Giddens School provides an academically excellent curriculum enriched with a commitment to critical thinking and social responsibility. Staff and families create a community that nourishes diversity, sense of self, and love of learning.  This grant shall support one early learning teacher to  attend the NAEYC conference, and will support one 90 minute session for the early learning staff.

Issaquah Schools Foundation: $3,000

The mission of the Issaquah Schools Foundation, in partnership with the Issaquah School District, is to drive resources so that all students can achieve the promise of their academic potential.  This award shall support improving board skills in fundraising, increase  donor retention rates, and improve donor record tracking.

Little Bit Therapetic Riding Center: $1,600

Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center's mission is to improve the bodies, minds and spirits of children and adults with disabilities through the use of the horse (of course) in therapy and to be an inspiration and educational resource to the therapeutic riding profession, both regionally and nationally.  This award supports  the hiring of an Executive Coach for four months of coaching of the executive director, leading to charting the transition course for Little Bit, while maintaing its current viability as an organization.

Restorative Justice Mediation Program: $3,000

The San Diego Resorative Justice Mediation Program (RJMP) seeks to prevent the spiral of crime by bringing healing to communities. This award will go toward the planning, implementation and follow-up associated with each of the two community forums scheduled for summer 2009, one in July and near Labor Day.

Salish Sea Expeditions: $3,000

Salish Sea Expediton's mission is to inspire a passion for exploring, understanding and respecting the marine environment through hands-on scientific inquiry on Puget Sound.  We offer hands-on learning experiences that weave together boat-based scientific field research and classroom study.  This grant shall support stragegic planning. Success will be measured by the production of a final 2010-2014 strategic plan document, and ratification of this plan by the board of directors.

Spring 2009 Capacity Building Awards

Center for Wooden Boats: $3,000

The mission of the Center for Wooden Boats is to provide a gathering place where maritime history comes alive through direct experience and our small craft heritage is enjoyed,preserved and passed along to future generations.  This grant is for a fundraising consultant; our goals are to  build long term financial stability, improve stewardship of donors, and increase fundraising efficiency.

CD Forum for Arts and Ideas: $3,000

Founded in 1999, the Central District Forum for Arts and Ideas' (CD Forum) mission is to present and produce African-American cultural programs that encourage thought and debate for the greater Seattle area. Our vision is to inspire new thoughts and challenge assumptions about African-American culture.  This grant is for (with the help of a consultant) analyzing and evaluating CD Forum's current development infrastructure, provide skill-building workshops for staff and  board and help the organization build a calendar of fundraising activities for its next fiscal year.

Community Alliance for Global Justice: $2,400

Community Alliance for Global Justice is an alliance of individuals and organizations working  in Seattle and the region who believe the global economy should embody the core values of social justice, environmental sustainability, democracy and self-determination. This grant is for a consultant to help assess our fundraising strengths and needs, and then to conduct a training to provide us with the skills to lead fundraising.

Children's Discovery Foundation dba The Funhouse: $3,000

The mission of The Funhouse is to serve the urgent needs of young people by strengthening community bonds and providing a safe, stimulating environment where all can learn, discover, create, socialize and be heard.  The grant is to fund a part-time consultant for grant research and writing.

Garden Raised Bounty (GRuB): $3,000

Garden Raised Bounty (GRuB) is a grassroots non-profit organization dedicted to nourishing a strong community by empowering people to grow good food.  We grow inspired, self-confident and community minded youth through educational and employment opportunities.  This grant is for funding a business coach to increae our organizational capacity.

Port Townsend Public Library Foundation: $3,000

The Port Townsend Public Library Foundation encourages a lifelong love of reading and learning and supports the quest for knowledge, creativity, and adventure by providing free and open access to information and ideas.  This grant is for funding a consultant who will train and lead us through the process of developing a feasibility study and solicitation plan to successfully execute our fundraising goals.

Vashon Allied Arts: $3,000

Vashon Allied Arts' mission is to serve as a center for the arts on Vashon-Maury Island with programs and activities that are presented in a community context that honors and supports artists, audiences, patrons, learners of all ages and families.  This grant is to fulfill our goal to put into place an operational grant writing program that relies on a written plan and calendar in order to increase our organizational health and capacity to deliver arts services.

Winter 2009 Capacity Building Awards

City Club: $3,000

Funding to support a comprehensive four-month impact study consisting of a refinement of  sample metrics, data collection, and analysis to be reported to the city club board and other key constituents. 

Learning Disabilities Association of Washington (LDA):$3,000

Funding to assist in the development of a Fundraising strategy in order to increase  financial sustainability and organizational impact.

New Futures: $3,000

Funding for Cultural Compentency Training in order to focus on strengthening New Futures' leadership as a culturally competent organization - one of  our core values and an area  that touches all three of the primary strategies  of our strategic plan.

Washington Alliance for Arts (ArtsEd Washington):$3,000

ArtsEd Washington's mission is to advance arts education through leadership, partnership and communication. Our goal is to see that every child has access to the best possible education, one in which the arts are fully integrated into the regular curriculum.

By combining a facilitated research process and and a strategic planning retreat, we plan to develop ways to collarboratively and strategically move the arts education agenda forward in partnership with the other major arts and education agencies in our state.

Way Back Inn: $700.00

Way Back Inn's mission is to return dignity to people by providing 90 day transitional housing for homeless families having at least one child  under 15 years of age.  This grant is to support one of two retreats in 2009 which will focus on strategic planning.

Fall 2008 Capacity Building Awards

Bike Works: $3,000

Bike Works' mission is to build sustainable communities by educating youth and promoting bicycling. Young people are taught how to fix bikes, rewarded with their own set of wheels, and in turn provide affordable bicycle services to the community. This grant will assist Bike Works in articulating a clear vision to guide its future growth and development through a comprehensive strategic planning process.

Lopez Island Family Resource Center: $3,000

Lopez Island Family Resource Center's (LIFRC) mission is to foster healthy families, and in turn a healthy community, by supporting and enhancing the security, well-being, educaiton and life success of children, families and community members. This award will allow the LIFRC staff to gather and compile information to allow staff the opportunity to identify emerging community needs. By identifying these needs early on, the LIFRC can be proactive in addressing them.

A Reason to Survive, Inc.: $3,000

A Reason to Survive (ARTS) is dedicated to healing, inspiring, and empowering children facing life challenges by providing innovative arts-based programs, education, and job opportunities. This funding will assist development of a 3 - 5 year Strategic Plan as part of comprehensive capacity building. 

Seattle Youth Garden Works: $3,000

Seattle Youth Garden Works (SYGW)  empowers homeless and underserved youth, ages 14 - 21, through garden-based education and employment. The goal of this capacity building effort is two-fold: to take the organization to the next level by developing a vision of where SYGW is aspiring to, and to develop a five-year strategic plan to provide a road map of how to get there.

Shunpike: $3,000

Shunpike Arts Collective (Shunpike) strengthens the Seattle arts community by partnering with small and mid-size arts groups to develop the business tools they need to succeed. This capacity endeavor is to expand the range of services to include more IT/database assistance.

Team Read: $3,000

Team Read's mission is to deliver a proven, replicable K-12 model to ensure reading success for struggling readers through the use of peer tutors. Team Read helps Seattle's neediest public elementary school students achieve reading success in after-school programs. This grant will help Team Read work with a consultant to build the capacity of the Board of Directors.

Theatre Off Jackson: $3,000

The Theater Off Jackson (TOJ) ensures that a vibrant arts culture thrives in Seattle by operating a sustainable venue dedicated to performance, art, and community. This funding is to help development of a strategic plan for the management of TOJ

Spring 2008 Capacity Building Awards

Arts in Motion (AIM): $3,000

AIM, founded in 2004, is "an arts education program committed to bringing affordable,quality arts education to Seattle's diverse Rainier Valley and its surrounding area. In addition to providing a comprehensive curriculum to accommodate all skill levels and ages at our community art school, AIM offers unique arts education opportunities to schools and organizations." This award is for Planning & Fund Development to bridge the gap between current City of Seattle funding and future funding to be submitted to the City of Seattle.

Degenerate Art Ensemble (DAE): $3,000

Degenerate Art Ensemble (DAE) is a laboratory of sound and vision. "A perfomance company and a music ensemble; the multi-faceted performers and artists brew strong hallucinatory poisons:music, butoh inspired dance theater-exploding the boundries of art. DAE aims to push the limits of composition,improvisation,collaboration and multi-art experimentation with the goal of creating refined and powerful works of art." This award is for defining a solid financial system, recruit and train new board members, and develop a five year strategic plan to guide the growth of the organization.

Global Source Education (GSE): $3,000

Global Source Education (GSE) "serves K-12 education by cultivating teacher leadership, enhancing curriculum, and building learning communities. It addresses crucial issues facing humanity related to sustainability, human rights and global understanding." This award is for installing a new accounting system and preparing an annual report with the assistance of a consultant in order to apply for larger capacity building grants.

Noel House Programs/Rose of Lima House: $3,000

Noel House Programs "provide a safe and comfortable shelter for a diverse community of homeless women, particularly those most vulnerable. Rose of Lima House affords women the opportunity to regain dignity, restore relationships, and transition from homelessness to safe, stable and permanent housing." This award is for a muti-pronged effort to attract and retain new supporters.

Jumping Mouse Children's Center (JMCC): $2,500

Jumping Mouse Children's Center (JMCC) "provides a creative therapy environment for children. The primary purpose is to provide mental health services to children and their families, particularly to those who cannot otherwise access these services in our rural area. The goal is to emphazize the critical developmental phases of the younger child, in order to reclaim aspects of self and rebuild the courage each child requires to journey into his/her world with its fears, challenges, and mysteries." This award is for adopting new and upgraded tools and methods of evaluation that will help maximize organizational potential.

Organic Seed Alliance (OSA): $2,500

The Organic Seed Alliance (OSA) supports "the ethical development and stewardship of the genetic resources of agricultural seed. The mission of the World Seed Fund, a program of Organic Seed Alliance is the charitable distribution of seed to community groups and organizations that meed them most and also to those who cannot afford to purchase them. In addition to seeds, educational information is also provided." This award is to establish strategies to increase OSA positive impact on World Seed Fund recipients.

Winter 2008 Capacity Building Awards

Abused Deaf Women's Advocacy Services (ADWAS): $3,000

ADWAS is the only organization in the Pacific Northwest that provides services to Deaf and Deaf-Blind victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, transitional housing for these victims, Deaf community education , and training of professionals. ADWAS believes that violence is a learned behavior and cannot be tolerated. This award will assist with expanding their private funding base to support operating costs and services.

Backcountry Bicycle Trails Club (BBTC): $3,000

BBTC creates and maintains sustainable mountain biking opportunities in Washington by advocating for the protection of existing trials and the development of new trails and mountain bike parks. This award will support hiring an interim director, conducting a strategic planning process, holding a weekend retreat for staff and board, developing and implementing work plans, and training and motivating board members.

Earth Share of Washington (ESW): $3,000

ESW inspires the people of Washington to care and to provide for livable communities and a healthy planet. This award will help guide ESW staff and four board members through the Good to Great series.

Eastside Domestic Violence Program (EDVP): $2,250

EDVP works to end domestic violence by changing individual, institutional and societal beliefs, attitudes and behaviors that perpetuate it. This award will be used to provide eTapestry database training for the Resource Development Department.

Homestead Community Land Trust (Homestead): $3,000

Homestead is a grassroots, membership-based non-profit organization with a mission to strengthen Seattle area neighborhoods by creating permanently affordable homeownership for low and moderate income households. This award will help with creating a business plan.

Lutheran Community Services Northwest : $3,000

Lutheran Community Services Northwest partners with individuals, families and communities for health, justice and hope. This award will aid with expanding services to birth families and their children in a Parent-Child Visitation Program. This will be done by providing staff training through professional parent-coaching trainings, in-service training and supervison.

Washington Association of Local WIC Agencies (WALWICA) $3,000

WALWICA supports the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children Program. It's mission is to advocate for quality WIC services for eligible women, infants, and children and to provide trainning, leadership and educational resources for local WIC staff. This award will help fund strategic planning to develop a clear vision and direction.

Westside Baby: $3,000

Westside Baby, in partnership with their community, provides essential items to local children in need by collecting and distributing diapers, clothing, toys and equipment. This award will aid with implementing their strategic plan.

Fall 2007 Capacity Building Awards

Twenty-One Acres, $3,000

The 21 Acres Center is an innovative, community-driven project that serves as an agricultural and environmental learning center for people of all ages.

This grant provides $3,000.00 for hiring a fundraising consultant and complete a fundraising plan in the first quarter of 2008 and begin implementation of the plan in April.

Bainbridge Performing Arts, $2,500

Bainbridge Performing Arts (BPA) BPA's mission is to educate, entertain, and encourage youth and adults in the performing arts of theatre, music, and dance. Satterberg Foundation funding will support the production of a high-quality DVD that will tell prospective funders,individuals, businesses, private and public foundations, and governmental grantmaking organizations - the BPA story.

Country Doctor Community Health Centers, $3,000

Country Doctor Community Health Centers exist to improve the health of their community by providing high-quality, caring,culturally appropriate primary health care that addresses the needs of people regardlessof their ability to pay. This grant supports board development: the goal is, through training and education, to become an effective fundraising Board of Directors.

Washington Appleseed Center for Law in the Public Interest, $3,000

The Washington Appleseed Center works "to build a just society through education, legal advocacy, community activism and policy expertise, addressing root causes and producing practical solutions. As one of the nation's largest legal pro bono networks, Appleseed Centers work both independently and collectively, bringing their own experiences to create local solutions that are nationally relevant."

Washington Appleseed Center for Law in the Public Interest

This grant is to hire a part-time development associate which would help take fundraising efforts to the next level, strengthening long-term success and sustainablility.

Washington Homeownership Center, $3,000

This is "an unbiased, community-sponsored, non-profit agency that knows the programs, products and people throughout Washington State that can help make your dream of homeownership a reality."  Washington Homeownership Center
Fund Development: The Satterberg Foundation grant provides funding for focusing on grants, events and individual giving through work with a consultant.

Summer 2007 Capacity Building Awards

East African Community Services: $3,000

EACS is an inclusive organization that is dedicated to improving the well-being and quality of life of refugees and their families, and to preserve their diverse cultural heritage. They seek to develop and strengthen the capacity of Somalis and East Africans in King County at individual, family and community levels. This grant provides $3,000.00 for hiring a financial services professional to assist in developing the appropriate internal financial systems necessary for EACS to operate efficiently and manage anticipated growth.

Seattle Youth Garden Works: $3,000

 Seattle Youth Garden Works empowers homeless and underserved youth through garden-based education and employment. SYGW promotes personal, social and environmental awareness and responsibility by providing horticulture-based education, employment and entrepreneurial activities. This grant provides $3000.00 for anti-oppression training for SYGW staff and Advisory Board.

University District Service Providers Alliance:$3,000

USPD Alliance is a formal alliance of non-profit human service agencies working together to create a comprehensive continuum of care for homeless an street-involved youth. This grant provides $3,000.00 for strategic planning and board and staff training.

Washington Alliance for Arts Education dba ArtsEd Washington: $3,000

ArtsEd Washington’s mission is to advance arts education through leadership, partnership and communication. They want to see every child in Washington State has access to the best possible education, one in which the arts are fully integrated into the regular curriculum. This grant provides $3,000.00 for a resource development plan with the goal to increase total membership from 178 to 312 individuals and institutions within the next year.

Wing It Productions: $2,000

Wing It Productions (WIP) is dedicated to producing theatrical events to enlighten and entertain audiences of all ages using all mediums of theater and multimedia. WIP’s primary goal is to create improvisational-based theatre and bring the art of improvisation into the mainstream of awareness in our culture. This grant provides $2,000.00 for board development and fund development work with a consultant.

Spring 2007 Capacity Building Awards

Aquatic Adventures Science Education Foundation $2,800.00

The mission of Aquatic Adventures is to educate urban youth science, the ocean and nature through tuition-free programs, creating the next generation of scientific and community leaders. This grant provides funds for Development of Internal Systems. Through developing technology and expertise, an internal system will be created so that Aquatic Adventures can dramatically improve their ability to obtain and organize relevant information on their clients, supporters, staff, donors and others involved in the work of the organization.

Asian Pacific Islander Community Leadership Foundation (ACLF) $3,000.00

The mission of the ACLF is to build individual and community leadership which: promotes greater economic, social and political justice; develops and mentors ethical, highly skilled and caring Asian and Pacific Islander (API) leaders who are committed to the API community and; strengthens the unique and diverse voices of the united API community in the democratic process. This grant provides funds for Strategic and Operational Planning. ACLF will clarify and gain consensus about eh future direction the their organization and create a fundraising and operational plan that will guide them.

Elizabeth Gregory Home $3,000.00

The mission of Elizabeth Gregory Home is to serve women who are recovering from homelessness by providing transitional supportive housing and hospitality that will help them move towards an enriched life within the community. Hosting up to nine women at a time, they offer 24-hour care and support services for six months to two years to prepare their guests to live independently. This grant provides funds for Personnel and Policy Manuals provided by consultant Seth Rosenberg.

Helping Link $3,000.00

The mission of Helping Link is to empower Vietnamese-American refugees and immigrants to achieve personal and family acculturation and self-sufficiency while nurturing community service and youth leadership. This grant provides funds for Strategic and Fund Development Planning.

LATCH $2,970.00

LATCH is a grass-roots coalition of Puget Sound area congregations dedicated to increasing the supply of affordable housing for low-income families and people with special needs. This grant provides funds for work with consultant Melora Hiller to frame and develop a Strategic Decision Making process.

Washington CASH $3,000.00

Washington CASH is a micro-enterprise development organization that provides individuals with low incomes and those with disabilities access to capital and business development training. This grant provides funds for two staff members to attend the Association for Enterprise Opportunity Annual Conference.

Winter 2007 Capacity Building Awards

826 Seattle $2,635.00

826 Seattle is a free writing and tutoring center dedicated to helping public school students ages 6-18 improve their creativity and expository writing skills, and to helping teachers inspire their students to write. 826 Seattle’s services are structured around the belief that great leaps in learning can happen with one-on-one attention and that strong writing skills are fundamental to future success. This grant provides funds for hiring an executive director coach to assist in effectively managing the growth of the organization, as well as help develop the skills necessary for continued growth.
Center for Wooden Boats $3,000.00
The mission of the Center for Wooden Boats is to provide a gathering place where maritime history comes alive through direct experience and small craft heritage is enjoyed, preserved and passed along to future generations. This grant provides funds for their Best Practices in Risk Management Project. They will write a Risk Management handbook for use by the Center, by working with other experiential maritime educators, piloting a collaborative methodology that could be used by other groups in the future.
Garden-Raised Bounty $3,000.00
Garden-Raised Bounty (GRuB) is a grass-roots non-profit organization dedicated to nourishing a strong community by empowering people to grow food. They grow inspired, self-confident and community-minded youth through educational and employment opportunities. This grant provides funds for leadership development and management skill development. GruB is investing in their long-term efficacy by engaging in organizational training.
Port Townsend Marine Science Center $3,000.00
The mission of the Port Townsend Marine Science Center (PTMSC) is to foster respect for the natural world and encourage environmental stewardship through interactive exhibits for the public, training and support of teachers and students, and cooperative partnerships with other agencies to promote the scientific study of Puget Sound and the Northwest Straits. This grant provides funds for strategic planning. Strategic planning is a component of a major effort in the part of PTMSC to build its capacity including the hiring of a development director, upgrading technology and training their Board in fundraising.
Port Townsend Public Library $3,000.00
The Port Townsend Public Library encourages the lifelong love of reading and learning, and supports the quest for knowledge, creativity, and adventure by providing free and open access to information and ideas. This grant provides funds for professional training and follow-up. KLMayer Consulting Group will be engaged to conduct training for the library director and volunteer support groups to develop a fund development plan that will focus on a set of collective goals for library improvement.