City grants to help your community or neighborhood with technology

Have a project idea that would use technology for community problem solving, civic engagement or community building?

The City of Seattle Department of Information Technology is now accepting applications from community and neighborhood groups for the 2013 Technology Matching Fund. Applications are due March 4.

These grants provide up to $20,000 for projects that increase technology literacy and access OR projects which use information technology to build community and diverse participation online.

Applicant organizations must be non-profits or ad-hoc, be in Seattle and applying for projects focused on reaching Seattle communities.

More information: seattle.gov/tech/tmf/

You can see a list of the 2012 projects at seattle.gov/tech/tmf/Projects2012.htm

City of Seattle Department of Information Technology
seattle.gov/tech | twitter @ diginclusion

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