PIERCE COUNTY CONNECTED Funding
Submit requests for funding to respond to COVID-19
The PIERCE COUNTY CONNECTED fund supports organizations providing services to address urgent needs and the disruption of basic human services to Pierce County’s most vulnerable populations due to COVID-19 and the necessary public health measures to address it.Read More
July 15, 2020
Join Pretty Gritty City Tours as they explore the history of Tacoma’s Chinatown.
July 25, 2020
Join Lawyers Against Systemic Racism's July Book club reading Ibram X. Kendi's, How To Be An Antiracist.
July 27, 2020
St. Leo Food Connection will be providing summer meals in Salishan, Monday - Friday through August 28.
UNDERSTANDING YOUR COMMUNITY HELPS CHARITABLE GIVING SUPPORT RACIAL EQUITY
“Just having this conversation about race and the nonprofit world feels risky. Will it impact my relationships? Will funders and colleagues misunderstand?”Learn More
DESPITE COVID-19 CONDITIONS, PIERCE COUNTY BEATS THE 2010 CENSUS SELF-RESPONSE R
“It is important that funds are spent wisely in different areas that are always experiencing disparities. COVID-19 has exposed those disparities.”Learn More
PARTNERING FOR EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING: FT. NISQUALLY FOUNDATION, GTCF AGENCY FUND
“At Fort Nisqually, people learn about history and culture experientially, using their senses, not just reading dusty old books about dead people. Learning in a way that is memorable and in the process building ties to their community. It’s not a paper exchange, it’s a human exchange.”Learn More