These are local Seattle nonprofits that could potentially receive funding from Convention attendees, investing money back into the city!
The Seattle Public Library Foundation helps the library build its collection and resources, offer programs for patrons of all ages, and better serve the needs of our community we do this by securing and managing donations from individuals, businesses and foundations to support the library above and beyond what public funding provides.
We understand the challenges facing the LGBTQIA+ community, and we will do whatever it takes to bring us all together—LGBTQIA+ persons, allies, nonprofits, and corporations—in the relentless pursuit of equal human rights for all.
Washington Trails Association mobilizes hikers and everyone who loves the outdoors to explore, steward and champion trails and public lands. We believe that exploring nature is good for people’s hearts, minds and bodies, and that hiking is a powerful way for everyone to connect with Washington’s natural wonders.
SCT is proud to be one of the most prominent theatres for young audiences in the United States and the world. Our mission is to provide people and children of all ages access to professional theatre, with a focus on new works, and theatre education.
What are the Admin & Operational Costs?
Admin and operational costs include Credit Card Fees,
Receipting, System Maintenance, Web Hosting, Grant Administration,
Project Vetting, Merchant costs, Administrative Support, etc.
How are the Funds Managed?
Legacy Collective has established a Donor Advised Fund with Pure Charity (a nonprofit organization) that will assist in the financial accountability, grant administration, and financial reporting. All Legacy Collective members will have visibility to the disbursement of grants and special project funds via their Member Dashboard, and Legacy Collective will produce an Annual Report reporting financial activity.