4Culture
Deadline: 9/22/2021, 5 PM

If you are the steward of a designated historic landmark property in King County and are working to rehabilitate it, 4Culture encourages you to apply for a 2021 Landmarks Capital grant.

This year’s program is made possible through 4Culture and King County’s Building for Equity initiative, which supports cultural building projects and creates pathways to racial equity in funding.

Projects that contribute to the diversity of property types and histories represented in King County’s built environment, and that are led by or serve underrepresented communities, will receive additional consideration.

The application is now online and a variety of zoom and in-person/outdoor workshops (see below) have been scheduled to assist you in the application process. Pick the format that fits best for your learning style.

For those who can’t attend a workshop, or would like to revisit the material, the August 12 workshop will be recorded and posted to the “Helping you Succeed” section of the Landmarks Capital page.

Health Guidelines for Outdoor Workshops: Masks are optional if you’re fully vaccinated. If you’re experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms or have recently been exposed to someone with COVID-19, please join us for a virtual workshop instead. The information and assistance provided online will be the same as the in-person workshops, so we encourage you to participate however you feel most comfortable.