Benjamin N. Phillips Memorial Fund 2023 grant cycle announced

SEATTLE — Seattle Foundation opened the 2023 grant cycle of the Benjamin N. Phillips Memorial Fund on Thursday.

Beginning this year, funding requests will follow a two-step application process.

The first step in seeking grant support is to submit a letter of inquiry describing the project and request.

Interested organizations may submit a letter of inquiry using the template provided on the Seattle Foundation website at https://www.grant

Letters of inquiry for this year’s grant-making cycle are due by June 30.

The second step is a formal application process. Those letters of inquiry that are determined to meet the funding criteria will be invited to submit a formal application.

Those invited to apply will be notified by July 16. The deadline for the full application is Aug. 21.

The Benjamin N. Phillips Memorial Fund awards grants annually to a broad range of charitable organizations serving Clallam County. The fund is a legacy gift of Benjamin Phillips and was established following the death of Phillips’ second wife.

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