past recipients - 2003 - the mannix canby foundation seattle wa
Past Recipients - 2017
Grant Recipients for 2017 included:
  • Catholic Community Services. Seattle, WA. Youth Tutoring Program. An after-school tutoring project operating at six centers located in low and mixed income housing communities in Seattle, Washington.
  • College Access Now. Seattle, WA. An in-school program that works with talented, low-income, first-generation-to-college students who are navigating the college application and financial aid process. Currently operating at seven Seattle public high schools and many colleges and
  • El Centro de la Raza. Seattle, WA. Plaza Roberto Maestas After-School Program. An academic support program for middle-school students living in Plaza Roberto Maestas housing and the surrounding neighborhood.
  • Friends of the Children. Seattle, WA. A long-term mentoring program that pairs qualified adult counselors with selected at-risk kindergarten students from Seattle's Central District. Each child receives fourteen hours of mentoring each month, until s/he graduates from high school prepared for post-secondary
  • Garden Raised Bounty. 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. This grant will support expansion of the
  • Invest in Youth. Seattle, WA. An after-school, one-on-one tutoring program that seeks to enhance the academic abilities, self-confidence, and life prospects of struggling learners in five elementary schools in the Seattle Public School system.
  • Peace Community Center. Tacoma, WA. Hilltop Scholars. An after-school academic and college-readiness program serving middle and high school youth in Tacoma's Hilltop
  • Safe Futures Youth Center. Seattle, WA. Motivating Youth to Succeed in Academics. An after-school program in Southwest and Southeast Seattle that offers tutoring, mentoring and individualized academic planning to at-risk elementary, middle and high school
  • Sawhorse Revolution. Seattle, WA. Women’s Design/Build Program. This project is an innovative combination of job-relevant experience and community service for young women who design and build tiny homes that provide shelter, security and privacy to a person or small family transitioning away from homelessness.
  • Seattle Aquarium Society. Seattle, WA. Citizen Science program. An inquiry-based marine science education program on local beaches throughout the Puget Sound region. The program serves approximately 375 high school students and 14 teachers from 12 schools across the
  • Seattle Arts & Lectures. Seattle, WA. Writers in the Schools. A K-12 writing program that features long-term classroom residencies by professional writers. The program serves more than 6,400 students and 130 teachers in 25 Puget Sound
  • 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
  • Seattle Public Library Foundation. Endowment for Children and Teens that will continue proven, high-impact programs that reach thousands of children; ensure funding for staff specialists; and provide funds for developing new programs.
  • Trinity Presbyterian Church. Tacoma, WA. After-school tutoring and mentoring programs for elementary, middle and high school students in Tacoma's Hilltop
  • Vietnamese Friendship Association. Seattle, WA. Project RISE. Year-round services for after-school, Saturday school, and summer school that seek to close the graduation gap for refugee and immigrant students who attend the Seattle World
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