Sustainable Ballard seeks proposals for community project funding

By Joe Veyera

Sustainable Ballard is accepting applications through September 5 for small community projects after receiving a $2,600 grant from Waste Management for the “Think Green Challenge.”

Applicants can be individuals, organizations, or groups, and proposals must be for new projects initiated by a Ballard neighbor and benefiting the Ballard community. Applicants can apply for all or part of the grant money.


Proposals should include a project description (including how the work will be done in the neighborhood), the fund amount requested, a timeline of the project (work should be completed by June 30, 2015, with a start date no sooner than January 1), and your name, phone number, email address and — if applicable — non-profit name and Tax ID number.

You can submit your proposal to Sustainable Ballard’s selection committee by sending an email to, with winners of the funding announced in October.

For more information, click here.

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