Working Washington Grants: Round 5 grant portal now live

The Working Washington Grants: Round 5 program launched its grant portal page. Applicants can visit this page to review eligibility & guidelines and read the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ). Applications will open on August 17 and close on August 31.

$70 million was appropriated by the legislature for the next round of Working Washington Grants: Round 5. In this round of grants, portions of the available funds are set aside for specific targeted groups or sectors:

  • 60% is identified for the arts, heritage, and science sectors, including those that operate live entertainment venues
  • 40% is identified for most other sectors, including hospitality, fitness and personal services

ArtsWA teamed up with the Department of Commerce and their vendor, Submittable, to share this important opportunity with Washington small businesses and nonprofits. Learn more and sign up for email updates at our Working Washington Grants: Round 5 page.

Disclaimer: This project was supported by an award from the US Dept. of Treasury. Points of view in this document are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the US Dept. of Treasury. Grant funds are administered by the Office of Economic Development and Competitiveness, Washington State Department of Commerce.

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