Scandiuzzi Krebs is pleased to provide general operating support to small culture and community building organizations that are committed to racial justice work. Grants range from $2,500-$5,000, with funding decisions prioritizing Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC)-led and serving organizations.
Our 2022 Philanthropy Initiative Recipients
It is our mission to engage the community in the art of storytelling through cultural practice and performance.
It is through liberation we combat oppression.
The YES! Foundation of White Center
The YES! Foundation of White Center serves children, youth and young adults through relationship-based programs that foster self and social awareness, promote education and repurpose power in an under-resourced community.
The Tibetan Association of Washington
The Tibetan Association of Washington is a non-profit organization of Tibetans in the state of Washington. It strives to preserve and promote the unique Tibetan cultural traditions within the Tibetan Community and share our ancient cultural traditions with Washingtonians and the rest of North America.
WashMasks is an all-volunteer mutual aid consisting of artists, classroom teachers, public school administrators, and the extended arts community from across Washington State. WashMasks works to provide care, creative joy, and community to Washington farmworkers, their families, and other BIPOC rural communities.
yəhaw̓ is a collective of interdisciplinary Indigenous creatives. Our evolving network features an expanding team of project managers and hundreds of artists working across Coast Salish territories. yəhaw̓ Indigenous Creatives Collective’s mission is to help improve Indigenous mental and emotional health outcomes through art-making, community building, and equitable creative opportunities for personal and professional growth.
Please check back here next year for more information about the 2023 cycle.