SpiritWalk Fund Information
SpiritWalk is a program of the Seattle Indian Health Board, started in 1995 to improve the health and welfare of American Indians and Alaska Natives. Each year, the Native community comes together for the annual SpiritWalk walkathon to promote healthy lifestyles and raise funds to support Native programs in the Greater Puget Sound area.
SpiritWalk grants will be awarded, on a competitive basis to non-profit organizations, groups, or individuals that commit to improving the health, education, and welfare of American Indians and Alaska Natives. Grants also support activities that represent positive expressions of Native culture.
Grant awards range from $100 to $1000. Proposals are accepted year round. The committee meets quarterly in July, October, January and April to review applications. Awards are announced within 2 weeks of the meeting.
For more information, download the complete funding guidelines on this page or call (206) 324-9360.