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Atlantic Street Center
Atlantic Street Center
Update the Family Resource Center’s outdated technology lab in Rainer Beach. Add Chromebooks and Jetpacks for mobile use and internet access for clients at home.
39000
40789
2019
2103 S Atlantic ST
3
98144
(47.589562, -122.304661)
-122.304661
47.589562
125891
Youth in Focus
Digital Literacy Through Photography
Offer two advanced-level digital photography classes for disadvantaged teens, providing training in photography skills and online content sharing.
7000
11540
2012
2100 24th AVE S
3
98144
(47.58408, -122.301654)
-122.301654
47.58408
123936
Digital Promise
Connecting Seattle
Expand Connecting Seattle - connecting low-income housing to new computers and internet access
Technology Literacy & Access
13000
26424
2000
1000 2nd AVE
7
98104
(47.605461, -122.335428)
-122.335428
47.605461
120056
Ballard NW Senior Center
Upgrade 8 Station Computer Lab to Increase Access
Upgrade the existing eight station computer lab and provide computer instruction to northwest area seniors. Offer job bank and volunteer training opportunities.
Technology Literacy & Access
6580
9429
2014
5429 32nd AVE NW
6
98107
(47.668378, -122.398334)
-122.398334
47.668378
124542
Ethiopian Community in Seattle
Technology Literacy and Access Matching Fund 2013
Add technology to the existing computer resource center and expand educational programming to provide internet based quality after-school, winter, spring and Summer camp programs for Ethiopian youth.
10000
17400
2013
8323 Rainier AVE S
2
98118
(47.528651, -122.269997)
-122.269997
47.528651
124249
Hamilton House Tallmadge
Enhanced Computer & Internet Access for Seniors
To expand programming by upgrading software and equipment and Internet access so that seniors who want to use the internet, e-mail and teleconferencing technology can stay in touch and develop new skills, relationships and conduct personal business.
Technology Literacy & Access
4305
5305
1998
5225 15th AVE NE
4
98105
(47.667114, -122.311926)
-122.311926
47.667114
Boys & Girls Clubs of King County
Technology Learning Center
Expand the North Seattle Technology Learning Center to accommodate 20 computers, projector and screen. Offer training to volunteers and staff to teach computer basics using the Club Tech curriculum.
10000
10000
2005
603 Stewart ST #300
7
98101
(47.613702, -122.336925)
-122.336925
47.613702
121824
YouthCare
YouthTech
Homeless and street youth will increase their employability skills and technology education through a computer training program. Upon completion, the youth will receive paid internships in the technology industry.
9500
78150
2007
2500 NE 54th ST
4
98105
(47.667988, -122.300617)
-122.300617
47.667988
122420
South Park Area Redevelopment Center
Multicultural English & Tech Ambassadors(META)
Connect South Seattle immigrant & refugee residents with local resources and civic engagement opportunities through an 18 week integrated English and technology course. Students will then use these skills to provide the larger community with a connection to interact with city government.
Civic Engagement
19200
28180
2014
8201 10th AVE S
1
98108
(47.529579, -122.32024)
-122.32024
47.529579
124542
Knowledge as Power
KapCitizen Seattle Outreach
Develop a training curriculum and conduct workshops to increase Internet literacy and use of KAPCitizen, an online civic engagement portal that helps residents track legislation and civic issues.
Civic Engagement
7500
15000
2010
1037 NE 65th ST
4
98115
(47.675826, -122.3161)
-122.3161
47.675826
123370
Ventures
Tech Workshops for Immigrant/Refugee entrepreneurs
Purchase equipment and provide technology literacy trainings for 165 low-income entrepreneurs in Spanish, English and East African languages.
13000
13327
2013
2100 24th AVE S
3
98144
(47.58408, -122.301654)
-122.301654
47.58408
124249
Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience
Building Tech Skills through Oral History
An audio oral history gathering lab will be developed to enable local Asian and Pacific Americans to preserve stories important to their heritage and legacy and to build technology awareness and skills.
8765
10540
2008
719 S King ST
2
98104
(47.598365, -122.323021)
-122.323021
47.598365
122746
Ethiopian Community in Seattle
Computer Literacy Program
This grant will enable program support and purchase of software to provide after-school tutoring and academic enrichment for children in K-12.
Technology Literacy & Access
7500
10600
2003
8323 Rainier AVE S
2
98118
(47.528651, -122.269997)
-122.269997
47.528651
Rainier Vista Leadership Team
Rainier Vista Technology & Resource Center
Expand access to Job Resource Center's Computer lab to surrounding neighborhoods of SE Seattle.
Technology Literacy & Access
21000
53760
2000
4410 29th AVE S
2
98108
(47.563126, -122.296243)
-122.296243
47.563126
120056
Jack Straw Foundation
Language and Technology for Underserved Youth
Youth with disabilities and English Language Learners will work with arts and technology professionals to gain hands-on experience and exposure to sound, multimedia, and other emerging technologies.
20429
40900
2019
4261 Roosevelt Way NE
4
98105
(47.659301, -122.317759)
-122.317759
47.659301
125891
Children's Home Society of Washington
Lake City Court Computer Lab Expansion Project
Upgrade the computer lab at SHA's Lake City Court family housing complex with assistive technology and language software to provide better support for limited English speakers and individuals with disabilities. Offer additional workshops to improve employment and education for low-income families.
18000
20164
2012
3200 NE 125th ST
5
98125
(47.719269, -122.293777)
-122.293777
47.719269
123936
WAPI Community Services
API Youth Voices
API Youth Voices. Young Asian and Pacific Islanders will learn media literacy skills and how to use audio and video technology to engage their peers in conversations about social justice and community development issues, such as gang culture and the immigrant and refugee experience.
9500
11107
2006
3722 S Hudson ST
2
98118
(47.557047, -122.285072)
-122.285072
47.557047
122154
Metropolitan Improvement District
Downtown Seattle Wi-Fi
To implement and market publicly-available, free wireless Internet access in Westlake Park. The project will include hardware installation and maintenance as well as enhancements of the project's web portal for Wi-Fi users.
2500
6176
2004
423 Stewart ST
7
98101
(47.612962, -122.337921)
-122.337921
47.612962
121461
Wallingford Community Senior Center
Upgrade & Program Development Project
Seniors and low-income residents will receive basic computing and Internet, Word, photography, computer maintenance and back-up, and other training with replacement of outdated computers and enhanced curricula.
12900
14849
2009
4649 Sunnyside AVE N
4
98103
(47.663831, -122.330171)
-122.330171
47.663831
123043
South Park Information and Resource Center
Aula Digital en Accion - ADA
Empower South Park non-English speaking residents to increase digital literacy skills to help them gain employment, access resources for immigration and citizenship in Spanish, navigate the Seattle Public Schools’ online system (The Source), and to utilize other vital online services.
38000
25000
2019
8201 10th AVE S
1
98108
(47.529579, -122.32024)
-122.32024
47.529579
125891
Kin On Health Care Center
Kin On SmartLab
Provide technology training classes and open lab hours in the Kin On SmartLab, a senior-friendly computer lab designed to enable Asian seniors aged 60+ to increase technology and health literacy, prevent social isolation and increase access to healthcare
20445
15725
2015
4416 S Brandon ST
2
98118
(47.553396, -122.278727)
-122.278727
47.553396
124812
Downtown Emergency Service Center
Technology Access & Literacy Enhancement
Upgrade computers at the Drop-in Center and Computer Lab serving homeless clients, and provide portable USB drives to clients enrolled in technology and job skills classes. Upgrade software to Microsoft Professional Plus so that clients can learn to use current workplace applications.
15000
21350
2011
515 3rd AVE
7
98104
(47.602248, -122.330976)
-122.330976
47.602248
123370
Technology Access Foundation
C3 Online
Develop a wide area network to provide technical support, registration, and group tasks as well as a virtual institute of classes to 15 computer labs supported by TAF which serve youth of color.
Technology Literacy & Access
15000
20943
1998
4436 Rainier AVE S
2
98118
(47.563063, -122.28793)
-122.28793
47.563063
119293
SODO Business Association
SODO Interactive Website
Create an interactive website linking the SODO Business District and their diverse stakeholders, including small and large businesses, lower wage part-time employees and swing shift workers, and providing the opportunity for the people who use and travel through the area to comment and give feedback.
Civic Engagement
4000
4325
2011
2732 3rd AVE S
2
98134
(47.579462, -122.329995)
-122.329995
47.579462
123370
New Horizons
Case Management Technology
Provide staff with laptops to help homeless and street involved youth to access employment, housing and educational opportunities. Develop a system for youth to check out the laptops and build their technology skills and empower them to leave the streets.
5800
32720
2010
2709 3rd AVE
7
98121
(47.61735, -122.349284)
-122.349284
47.61735
123370
Youth in Focus
Digital Photography on Location
Create a mobile digital photography lab to bring high quality photography classes to clients of the Cascade Peoples Center in South Lake Union and at-risk youth served by Friends of Children.
19200
20675
2010
2100 24th AVE S
3
98144
(47.58408, -122.301654)
-122.301654
47.58408
123370
Multimedia Resources and Training Institute
Equipment Upgrade for Mobile and Studio Multimedia
Upgrade outdated video and computer equipment to provide multimedia services, both in a state-of-the-art studio and at locations throughout Seattle. Use laptops as a mobile lab to bring training to other nonprofits that do not have their own computer labs.
40000
24980
2016
2301 S Jackson ST
3
98144
(47.599275, -122.300973)
-122.300973
47.599275
125122
Education for All
Digital Citizenship and Communication Project
Establish a computer lab for East Africans offering workshops in computer usage, productivity software, internet citizenship, digital self-sufficiency and youth engagement.
15000
95460
2017
9421 18th AVE SW
1
98106
(47.518105, -122.357851)
-122.357851
47.518105
125384
South Park Advisory Council - Associated Recreation Council
Recreation/Technical Computer Camps
Seven Seattle Parks and Recreation computer labs are partnering to provide a series of computer camps including instruction in Visual Basic, Web Design, and Digital Arts and to provide technical support and training opportunities for staff and volunteers.
Technology Literacy & Access
25000
25354
2002
8319 8th AVE S
1
98108
(47.528014, -122.322907)
-122.322907
47.528014
120886
Wallingford Community Senior Center
Increasing Public Access & Enhancing Services
To improve the capacity of the Center's existing computer lab so that it can be used more effectively with seniors or others with disabilities through purchasing adaptive equipment and expanding the lab's hours of operation.
Technology Literacy & Access
9249
9481
2001
4649 Sunnyside AVE N
4
98103
(47.663831, -122.330171)
-122.330171
47.663831
120438
South Park Advisory Council - Associated Recreation Council
South Park Computer Lab Upgrade 2000
Upgrade the South Park Computer Lab infrastructure to support internet access on all 10 computer stations. Aquire 4 new Pentium computers for the lab.
Technology Literacy & Access
5513
19160
1999
8319 8th AVE S
1
98108
(47.528014, -122.322907)
-122.322907
47.528014
119802
Children's Home Society of Washington
Lake City Court Computer Resources for All
Increase computer lab access, resident volunteer involvement and technology programming for youth and adults in a highly diverse, low income community. Partners in the project include Literacy Source, the YMCA and Full Life Care.
48580
63124
2016
3200 NE 125th ST
5
98125
(47.719269, -122.293777)
-122.293777
47.719269
125122
Ethiopian Community in Seattle
ECS Digital Equity Project
Upgrade the computer lab to provide the Ethiopian community with basic computer literacy classes for seniors and after-school computer science classes for youth. Share information on accessing free or low-cost Internet services.
9000
20640
2017
8323 Rainier AVE S
2
98118
(47.528651, -122.269997)
-122.269997
47.528651
125384
Neighborhood House
Rainier Vista Technology Center
Provide 10 computers, serving residents ages 3-93. Offer activities specifically designed to meet the needs of the low-income residents in Rainier Vista, including children, adults, limited-English proficient adults, seniors and people with disabilities
6180
8100
2005
905 Spruce ST
3
98104
(47.602703, -122.322117)
-122.322117
47.602703
121824
East African Community Services
East African Community ICT Learning Center
Establish a computer lab at the Youth Building in the New Holly Campus to offer robotics and college and career readiness programs to youth of color in Southeast Seattle.
19399
27400
2015
7050 32nd AVE
6
98118
(47.539457, -122.290932)
-122.290932
47.539457
124812
Helping Link
Mobile Computer and iPad Literacy Lab
Upgrade the aging computer lab in Little Saigon serving the Vietnamese community. Build staff capacity to provide a mobile lab, offering classes in partnership with two affordable housing developers, the Interim Community Development Association and Low Income Housing Institute.
43416
30216
2018
1032 S Jackson ST
7
98104
(47.599204, -122.318161)
-122.318161
47.599204
125654
Westwood Heights Technology Center
Improving Self Sufficiency
Upgrade the technology center with hardware and software to provide low income seniors and residents with disabilities instruction in basic computers, accessing online health resources, Internet safety and job readiness.
19800
7998
2010
9455 27th AVE SW
1
98126
(47.51799, -122.36729)
-122.36729
47.51799
123370
Powerful Voices
ActiveVistas
Provide a 12-week employment program to prepare 13 low-income girls of color, ages 14 to 18, to utilize technology as a civic engagement tool. Participants work with mentors to develop multimedia presentations on social justice topics impacting their lives and neighborhoods and present them at the Girlvolution Conference.
8277
9400
2013
1620 18th AVE
3
98122
(47.615869, -122.308845)
-122.308845
47.615869
124249
Jubilee Women’s Center
Empowering Women through Digital Inclusion
Expand their Education Center training to help low-income and homeless women gain vital skills necessary to achieving economic self-sufficiency.
17000
69000
2012
620 18th AVE E
3
98112
(47.624603, -122.308686)
-122.308686
47.624603
123936
North Seattle Family Center
Cyber Learning Center
An aging computer lab will be upgraded to provide low-income and limited English speakers with job readiness, ESL, life skills, and computer skills training through one-on-one technology tutoring and/or small group instruction.
10800
21400
2009
2611 NE 125th ST
5
98125
(47.719305, -122.299367)
-122.299367
47.719305
123043
Vietnamese Friendship Association
Resource Technology Center
Create a Youth Leadership Council where 10 low-income, Vietnamese immigrant and refugee youth will use technology and digital media, develop leadership skills, and engage the Vietnamese community through community service.
15000
41920
2011
3829 S Edmunds ST
2
98118
(47.558665, -122.284016)
-122.284016
47.558665
123370
East African Art and Culture Association
Multimedia Resources & Training Institute
Outdated computers will be replaced and multimedia design software purchased to provide youth and families in Central and South Seattle with training in graphic design, video production, and DVD development.
18000
25185
2009
2301 S Jackson ST
3
98144
(47.599275, -122.300973)
-122.300973
47.599275
123043
South East Effective Development
Technology Builds Community
Implement a computer center at the Dakota Family Apartments in Southeast Seattle. Provide 10 computers for resident use, offering assisted lab time and computer training for 500 low-income seniors, adults, and children.
18269
14240
2018
3642 33rd AVE S
2
98144
(47.570583, -122.291051)
-122.291051
47.570583
125654
Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle
Summer University for African American Students
Provide a 6-week Summer University program serving 60 at-risk African American middle and high school students. Provide academic enrichment and skill-building through a Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) curriculum on a college campus.
40000
82131
2016
105 14th AVE
2
98122
(47.601859, -122.314157)
-122.314157
47.601859
125122
Asian Counseling and Referral Service
Retail Technology Class
Provide a Retail Technology Class to persons with mental illness. Twenty students will learn iPad Point-of-Sale (POS) systems, computerized cash registers, inventory management, and sales reporting. Students will practice their newly acquired retail skills.
19987
28147
2013
3639 Martin Luther King Jr WAY S
2
98144
(47.571682, -122.297021)
-122.297021
47.571682
124249
Full Life Care
Elderhealth NW & Jefferson Terrace Access Project
Provide caregivers of elderly and disabled family members access to the Internet to locate resources, to use computer technology for cognitive retraining and personal development, and provide basic computer training to public housing residents.
Technology Literacy & Access
7000
14698
2002
800 Jefferson ST
3
98104
(47.604499, -122.32495)
-122.32495
47.604499
120886
Center Park Residence Council
Accessible Computer Center of Seattle
Create an adapted technology computer learning center at the Center Park residence providing access for people with a wide range of disabilities and to the community. This is a joint project with the Seattle Housing Authority
Technology Literacy & Access
30000
100000
1998
2121 26th AVE S
3
98144
(47.584483, -122.299021)
-122.299021
47.584483
SOAR
King County Youth Development Network
Improve and expand the King County Youth Development Network website, an online resource for youth development workers. Leverage use of PugetSoundOff.org.
Civic Engagement
12200
34085
2011
801 23rd AVE S
3
98144
(47.595417, -122.302226)
-122.302226
47.595417
123370
Refugee Women’s Alliance
ReWA Computer Access Project
Immigrant and refugee families in South Seattle will gain access to computers and attend training in English as a Second Language (ESL), basic computer literacy and job readiness.
14500
15000
2007
4008 Martin Luther King Jr WAY
2
98108
(47.567848, -122.296805)
-122.296805
47.567848
122420
Summit K-12
Summit CTC
To turn a K-12 Information Resource Center into a Community Technology center by increasing hours three days a week, teaching community classes, and offering open lab time.
Technology Literacy & Access
25000
26745
2002
11051 34th AVE NE
5
98125
(47.708835, -122.292101)
-122.292101
47.708835
120886

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