Grant for Non Profits and Job Opportunities
Grant Opportunity: Washington Equity Relief Fund for Nonprofits
The Washington State Department of Commerce has opened relief funding to community-based nonprofits and tribal organizations most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic! The WA Equity Relief Fund for Nonprofits will provide flexible, general operating support to nonprofits that are led by and serve BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) communities most impacted by the global pandemic.
Free technical assistance is available. If you need technical or translation assistance for this grant please email email@example.com and provide your name, phone number, the county you live in, and what language you need assistance in and we will help connect you to someone
Application closes Friday, November 6 at 11:59 pm PST.
Grant Opportunity: Washington COVID-19 Immigrant Relief Fund
The Washington COVID-19 Immigrant Relief Fund is now open for applications! If you have missed work due to COVID-19, but are unable to access federal stimulus programs and other social supports due to immigration status, you are eligible to apply for relief. Recipients will receive $1,000, with a limit of $3,000 per household.
For the Washington COVID-19 Immigrant Relief Fund, applications are open at immigrantreliefwa.org from Oct. 21 through Dec. 6. Benefits will be disbursed by Dec. 28.
Grant Opportunity: Eviction Rent Assistance Program
Funds for the Eviction Rent Assistance Program are moving quickly! The program intends to prevent evictions that would contribute to the spread of the virus by paying past due, current due and future rent. The ERAP is targeting limited resources to those with the greatest needs while working to distribute funds equitably. Its end date is December 31, 2020.
For more information and to apply, contact your county eviction rent assistance program providers.
Job Opportunity: Director of the Office of Equity
The Legislature created the Office of Equity to help government agencies promote diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in all aspects of state government including in decision making, service delivery, programming, policy development, budgeting, and staffing. This office will develop and lead the state’s DEI strategy by coordinating DEI activities across state agencies and serving as a resource by offering technical assistance and best practices for agency implementation.
The Office of Equity is now hiring for the position of Director. In this position, you will help the state develop a new culture that centers equity in all its work, which ultimately leads the state toward its goal of providing all Washingtonians with an opportunity to thrive.
The salary range is $109,000.00 – $121,000.00 annually
This recruitment will remain open until the position is filled. It is in the applicant’s best interest to submit materials as soon as possible. First application review will be November 2, 2020.
Job Opportunity: DCYF and Exploited Youth Program Manager
The Department of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF) Division of Adolescent Programs is looking for a Missing & Exploited Youth Program Manager (WMS2). The position will be responsible for developing and implementing statewide policies, procedures, and practices related to commercially sexually exploited children and youth (CSEC) and youth who are missing from out-of-home care (MFC).
Salary $62,328.00 – $90,400.00 annually
Applications close Monday, November 16th.
Job Opportunity: COFA Islander Health Care Program Manager
The Washington State Health Care Authority (HCA) is searching for a Compact of Free Association (COFA) Islander Health Care Program Manager (MPS 2/OMEP) to join their team in the Office of Medicaid Eligibility and Policy (OMEP)! OMEP is relied upon to educate communities, stakeholders, and legislators regarding federal Medicaid and state-funded medical program eligibility policy. The ideal candidate for this position will have knowledge of the needs of the populations that receive Medicaid/CHIP services.
The salary range is $59,688.00 – $78,408.00 annually.
Applications are due by Sunday, November 8.
Job Opportunity: Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisor Manager at OIC
The Washington Office of the Insurance Commissioner (OIC) is hiring a Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisor (SHIBA) Manager. The SHIBA program provides counseling and public education to consumers about their rights and options regarding health insurance and coverage so they can make informed choices. The SHIBA Manager is responsible for setting SHIBA Program policies and procedures and ensures that resources are effectively used to support the program goals and objectives.
Salary depends on qualifications.
Applications close Sunday, November 15th.