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Grants

 

About Komen Puget Sound Granting
The Puget Sound Affiliate of Susan G. Komen is dedicated to fighting breast cancer on every front. Up to 75 percent of the Affiliate’s net income goes toward funding grants to local organizations that provide mammogram screenings, breast health education, outreach and treatment support for underserved women. At least 25 percent of net income supports global breast cancer research to better diagnose, treat, and ultimately cure, breast cancer. This year, Komen Puget Sound awarded $1.6 million dollars to local organizations and $546,422 to global research.

Komen Puget Sound is the largest private funder of mammograms for low-income underserved women in Washington State and we will provide vital breast cancer services to over 30,000 individuals this year. Our funding focus is based on our Community Profile Report, which identifies disparities and existing gaps in breast health services within our Affiliate’s 16-county service area* and serves as the basis for our competitive grant making process.  View 2013 Grantees

Learn More About our Grant Making Process - click here

  A Letter from a Grant Recipient
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Letter from Grant Recipient
 


Apply for a Grant

Any not-for-profit organization that provides breast health and/or breast cancer education, screening, or treatment services may apply for a grant. Contact Elisa Del Rosario, Director of Grants, Education and Advocacy for additional information: elisa@pskomen.org or 206-633-0303 x105.

*16 County Service Area in Washington State: Clallam, Gray’s Harbor, Island, Jefferson, King, Kitsap, Lewis, Mason, Pacific, Pierce, San Juan, Snohomish, Skagit, Thurston, Whatcom and Wahkiakum counties