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The Harvest Foundation is not currently accepting letters of inquiry for 2022.

We are evaluating our grant application process.
We do not expect to substantially change our areas of funding priorities, but that will be considered.

Please watch this web site for updates.

March 30 2022: We have asked a group of organizations to submit applications for Arts Education grants for the 2022-2023 school year. We will not accept letters of inquiry from other arts education organizations in 2022. Plans for 2023 grantmaking are not determined yet.
We will soon decide on our plan for social service grants in 2022, and that will be announced on our "Grant Guidelines" web page. We appreciate your patience as we work to update our grantmaking process.

The Harvest Foundation was created in 2000 as a private, family foundation to provide funding primarily in the areas of Social Services and Education. The Foundation awards grants totaling approximately $500,000 annually to 501(c)(3) organizations located in Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Idaho, and Montana.

The Harvest Foundation is a member of Philanthropy Northwest and of the Exponent Philanthropy.

Our grant guidelines were last revised in 2008. We are in the process of reviewing and updating our guidelines.


Arts Education

Arts organizations are eligible for grants that support arts education programs in public and private K-12 schools.


Social Services

The Foundation seeks to support the work of a range of community social service agencies. Refer to the Grant Guidelines for details of the Foundation's goals for Social Services funding. 

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