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Announcing Health Equity Fund’s Nimble Grant awards! These grants aim to increase health equity by addressing immediate needs of underserved populations in King County.

2023 Cycle 3 Nimble Grants

The following agencies were awarded Nimble Grants of up to $30,000 for programs starting in October 2023:

Hepatitis Education Project

Project: Hepatitis B Targeted Vaccination for Equity

Increasing vaccination coverage rates amongst population groups at highest risk of Hepatitis B infection.

International Community Health Services

Project: Bellevue School Access Project

ICHS will expand mobile services at partner schools in the Bellevue School District.

King County Play Equity Coalition

Project: Promoting Access to Sport & Physical Activity by Training Coaches in Trauma-Informed and Anti-Racist Practices

KCPEC will conduct a series of trauma-informed and anti-racism trainings to youth sports coaches and outdoor recreation instructors across King County.


Project: Health Education for Low-Income Seniors

Equip low-income Asian seniors to age successfully and reduce stress, physical decline, and medical & legal challenges through the Aging Mastery Program.

Northwest Health Law Advocates

Project: Advocating for Equity and Community Engagement as New Immigrant Health Programs Launch

NoHLA will advocate for equitable implementation of WA’s new undocumented immigrant health programs launching in 2024, offering King Co. communities training and tools to participate in shaping the programs.

Sound Generations

Project: Reducing Falls in King County

This project seeks to meet the demand for effective fall prevention program training and workshops from partner organizations serving older adults in King Co. communities.

The International Medical Graduates Academy

Project: Pathways to Practice: Licensure Advocacy for Ukrainian and Afghan International Medical Graduates to Improve Health Outcomes and Access for Immigrants and Refugees

TIMGA will advocate and prepare a presentation for state legislators during the 2024 WA Legislative session to inform the development of a state-wide Hardship Waiver.

RECLAIM (formerly University Beyond Bars)

Project: Expanding Mental Health Access for System-Impacted Individuals and Family Members

RECLAIM will shift the mental health disparities of formerly incarcerated members by piloting three projects that offer free services to individuals who have been released from prison and for their loved ones.

Nimble Grant Cycle 1 will open for applications and due by mid-February, 2024. Learn more at and apply today.

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