Awarded Organizations

Nonprofit NOFA

Assistance to Nonprofits

Many nonprofits helped see vulnerable communities and local institutions through the major damages that the pandemic caused. These organizations have been disproportionally impacted and their communities need help in post-pandemic recovery. View list of awarded organizations (PDF 145 KB).

Small Business NOFA

Assistance to Small Businesses

The Spokane economy is mostly composed of Small Businesses. These small businesses have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic and their communities need help in the post-pandemic recovery. View awarded organizations for funding round 1 (PDF 128 KB) and round 2 (PDF 88 KB).


Community Minded Enterprises
Community Minded Enterprises help parents searching for child care, and child care providers who want to expand programs and education for the children they care for. They also help those with disabilities and people in recovery from addiction gain access to the job market.

Down Payment Assistance

Numerica Credit Union
Numerica Credit Union is a credit union founded in 1937. Numerica serves the Spokane, Tri-Cities and Wenatchee Valley regions of Washington State.

Downtown Cultural Events

Downtown Cultural Events

The Downtown Cultural Events grant supports the resiliency and sustainability of City of Spokane events-producing organizations while expanding access for all residents to a wide range of inclusive cultural experiences. View list of awarded organizations (PDF 437 KB).

Employment Support of the Arts

Spokane Arts
With ARPA support through the City of Spokane, Spokane Arts has launched its 2023 Coronavirus Recovery Funding for Arts and Culture Program to help address the negative economic impacts experienced by Spokane’s arts and culture sector. This program provides non-taxable, federal benefit payments to arts and culture organizations, businesses, and individuals working in the arts, cultural and traditional arts, arts promotion, and production. Visit to apply. Spokane Arts supports arts and culture in the region through grantmaking, programming, advocacy and professional development.

Higher Education

Beginning with the class of 2024, LaunchNW’s supported promise scholarship will fill financial gaps needed for students to pursue college or workforce training, such as apprenticeships or technical certifications. An endowed scholarship will be raised to create opportunities, ensuring long-term sustainability and multi-generational impact.


Inland NW Associated General Contractors Apprenticeship
The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) is the leading association for the construction industry. A full-service national trade association with a nationwide network of exceptional chapters.

Youth Behavioral Health

The NATIVE Project
The NATIVE Project was awarded funds to assist in construction for their Youth Behavioral Health facility. This funding will serve at risk youth by expanding the services that the NATIVE Project offers to the community. The NATIVE Project provides medical, dental, behavioral health, pharmacy, patient care coordination, wellness, and prevention services for both Natives and Non-Natives in the Spokane community. The site for the planned center is located at 1907 W. Maxwell, this facility is a four-story, 15,000-square-foot building.

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