past recipients - 2003 - the mannix canby foundation seattle wa
Past Recipients - 2012
Grant Recipients for 2012 included:
  • Cocoon House. Everett, WA. Education and Life Skills Program. A transitional housing program that provides tutoring, case management, advocacy and life skills services for homeless and at-risk youth in Snohomish County. www.cocoonhouse.org
  • College Access Now. Seattle, WA. An after-school program at six Seattle high schools. CAN works with talented, low-income, first-generation-to-college students who are navigating the college application and financial aid process. www.collegeaccessnow.org
  • Garden Raised Bounty (GRuB). Olympia, WA. Cultivating Youth. An education, empowerment and employment program for at-risk high school students that is centered on producing, marketing and selling organic produce. www.goodgrub.org
  • Peace Community Center. Tacoma, WA. Hilltop Scholars. An after-school academic and college-readiness program serving youth in Tacoma’s Hilltop neighborhood. www.peacetacoma.org
  • Seattle Arts & Lectures. Seattle, WA. Writers in the Schools. A K-12 writing program in 25 Puget Sound schools. www.lectures.org
  • Seattle Education Access. Seattle, WA. College Success Program. A King County program that connects non-traditional students with the information, resources and support needed to achieve higher education. www.seattleeducationaccess.org
  • Seattle Public Library Foundation. Seattle, WA. Global Reading program expansion. This program is now expanding to various Seattle middle schools. www.foundation.spl.org
  • Technically Learning. This STEM-focused program offers a five-week technology-based robotics curriculum for middle school students in the Seattle, Shoreline and Highline school districts.
  • Trinity Presbyterian Church. Tacoma, WA. After-school tutoring and mentoring programs for elementary, middle and high school students in Tacoma’s Hilltop neighborhood. www.tpctacoma.org
  • Zeno (formerly Explorations in Math). Seattle, WA. An in-school math enrichment program in 27 Puget Sound area elementary schools. www.zenomath.org
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