The Seattle Foundation, a longtime community foundation serving nonprofit organizations throughout the region, recently awarded a $60,000 grant to Sound, one of the community’s largest providers of behavioral healthcare and addiction treatment. The grant specifically was sourced from the Seattle Foundation’s COVID-19 Response Fund, ensuring that organizations like Sound, which works at the frontline of the current healthcare crisis, can continue to serve the community’s most vulnerable people. The COVID -19 Response Fund consists of 60 community-minded fund partners and thousands of individuals. The funds are flexible, so Sound can utilize them where the need is greatest.
“We are so pleased that the Seattle Foundation’s COVID-19 Response Fund considered the work we do and the people we serve when awarding this much-needed grant,” said Sue Bean, Chief Development Officer at Sound. “I thank the Seattle Foundation for their generous support. They are an incredible partner and we know our clients will benefit from this support.”
Click here to learn more about the Seattle Foundation’s COVID-19 emergency assistance grants.