Human Services

The City of Woodinville supports efforts to provide services for Woodinville residents in need of basic assistance. The City actively partners and participates in efforts to address regional issues such as homelessness, food insecurity, and sexual assault. We also fund a number of non-profit agencies who in turn directly serve the local community by providing food, shelter, counseling, senior services, and more.

Human Services Grant Information

This grant funding provides for agencies that offer critical services to the community such as food, shelter, and safety. Grant funding applications are reviewed and awarded by the City Council. This type of funding is awarded every two years, in conjunction with the City's budget process.

Grant funding for the 2021-2022 biennium has been awarded. The application period for 2023-2023 funding will open in summer of 2022 

Human Service Grant Recipients

Agency Total Approved Funding (2021-2022)
Camp Unity Eastside $14,600
Community Homes, Inc. $15,000
Congregations for the Homeless $25,000
EastWest Food Rescue $11,116
Harborview Center for Sexual Assault & Traumatic Stress $6,000
King County Sexual Assault Resource Center $12,960
Northshore Senior Center- Adult Day Center $15,000
Northshore Senior Center- Transportation Program $16,000
Northshore Senior Center- Wranglers Program $16,000
Sound Generations- Meals on Wheels $6,324
Woodinville Storehouse Food Bank $2,000
Total $140,000