For Nonprofits

Funding Announcements

Keep King County Housed 2024- 2025

United Way of King County in partnership with the King County Department of Community and Human Services (DCHS), Adult Services Division (ASD), is making an investment in Homelessness Prevention through the Keep King County Housed Program (KKCH). Keep King County Housed is a rental assistance and eviction prevention program designed to reach as many people as possible in King County at risk of homelessness and living in low-income households stay housed. The program leverages existing prevention program funding to meet financial and service needs of people at risk of homelessness due to non-payment of rent. Grantees will be considered from letters of interest submitted by nonprofit organizations with a history of providing rental assistance and other housing stability programs in King County.

Find Volunteers

We matched thousands of people with nonprofits last year. And we want to do that for you too. Want to list your volunteer opportunities and find volunteers committed to your cause? Get started here.

Volunteers use our database to search for opportunities that match their interests and availability. We also auto post your volunteer listings to Serve Washington’s Get Connected, AARP’s Create the Good, and Points of Light—which means you get greater reach! Interested organizations can also register their projects for MLK Day of Service.

Get Help With Volunteer Management

Volunteer Management Guide

United Way of King County partners with 501 Commons to support volunteer management trainings across our region. Browse upcoming workshops, volunteer position descriptions, and other resources to boost your nonprofit’s use and management of volunteers.

Black, Indigenous, and Other People of Color Peer Network

United Way staff support a network of people who manage volunteers at BIPOC-serving and serving organizations to build relationships as they engage volunteers in our community. We host quarterly learning and networking opportunities in a safe space for communities of color.