PCC Community Grant Program


We aren’t just part of the community — we’re owned by it. Our Community Grant Program supports local nonprofit organizations that are making positive impacts in our region.

Four times a year, PCC awards grants of up to $4k to two organizations that exemplify the spirit of our local community. One environmental grant and one social action grant are awarded each quarter, and we have a particular fondness for projects and programs that involve the nexus of food, equity and sustainability. Grant recipients will receive recognition in Sound Consumer, on our social media platforms and on our website.

Read through our program guidelines here, and submit your application here. We look forward to hearing about your organization!


Our recent winners include:

Alaska Wild Salmon Fund

PCC’s grant will support grassroots organizations in Alaska that work to secure clean water and healthy habitat for salmon. Learn more at akwildsalmonfund.org.

Pike Place Market Food Bank

PCC’s grant will help the food bank, which serves 1,000 people in downtown Seattle each day, incorporate a more client-friendly shopping experience.

Delridge Neighborhood Development Association

PCC’s grant will support the development of hands-on curriculum for students at Delridge Wetlands Park, specifically around stormwater runoff management.

Still Waters for Families in Transition

PCC’s grant will help provide balanced, ready-to-eat meals for students experiencing homelessness during times that subsidized school meals are unavailable to them.

Bike Works

PCC’s grant will support the “Two Wheels. Endless Possibilities.” initiative by funding equipment, scholarships and staffing. Learn more at bikeworks.org.

Wild Fish Conservancy

PCC’s grant will support adoption and use of fish traps, an indigenous and sustainable catch method. Learn more at wildfishconservancy.org.

Northwest Honey Bee Habitat Restoration

PCC’s grant will purchase planting supplies and support the general costs of this program dedicated to protecting pollinator populations. Learn more at nwhoneybee.org.

Food Is Fun

PCC’s grant will support this new after-school cooking and nutrition class series that utilizes grocery rescue donations from Columbia City PCC.

Farms for Life

PCC’s grant will provide funds so this organization supporting low-income communities can purchase produce for the 2018 season, June through October. Learn more at farms4life.org.

Coyote Central

PCC’s grant will go toward tuition costs for students enrolled in this affordable creative school’s culinary program. Learn more at coyotecentral.org.