Fiscal Sponsorship Application
Through our fiscal sponsorship program, Seattle Parks Foundation provides administrative, financial, fundraising, communications, and advocacy services to neighborhood groups and volunteers leading public space projects across the city.

Groups must be based in the city of Seattle, have a clear public benefit and outcome, assume a non-profit business model, and align with the Foundation's core mission of helping people make places we can all love and care for together.

This form will help the Foundation evaluate whether your group would be a good fit for fiscal sponsorship. When completing the form, please include evidence that your group satisfies the below criteria:

Increases access to parks and connections between well-designed, welcoming, and active parks and public spaces for
all Seattle residents

Has shared, diverse, inclusive, and accountable community leadership and is supported by broader community
(e.g. steering committee representing diverse interests, more than one person in leadership role, etc.)

Is supported by relevant public agencies and has land owner permission

Is supported by partners who will ensure ongoing and high-level stewardship

Can attract funding from community donors, public agencies, and other funders

Has specific goals, regular financial activity, and the capacity to deliver on commitments


We are especially interested in working with fiscal partners who have demonstrated credibility and earned the trust of the communities they serve.

Email address *
I have read the criteria for fiscal sponsorship above and believe my group/project is a possible fit. *
Name *
Your answer
Phone Number
Your answer
Group Name
Name of group seeking fiscal sponsorship.
Your answer
Project Name
Name of project that your group is working on. (Can be same name as group name if needed and changed later on in the process)
Your answer
Project Description(s) *
Please describe your project(s)
Your answer
Lead Members *
Include INDIVIDUALS spearheading the project and explain how the workload will be distributed among members. Please describe group leadership: who is involved, for how long, and any local residents involved.
Your answer
Collaborating Groups
All other GROUPS involved (e.g. neighborhood groups, agencies, nonprofits, schools, businesses, etc.), including roles of each group.
Your answer
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