PCC Community Grants
PCC strives to support organizations and schools located throughout the regions served by our stores.
Four times each year, PCC awards a $1,000 grant to a school or nonprofit that exemplifies the spirit of our local community.
We have a particular fondness for projects and programs that involve food, especially those relating to food education, nutrition and/or food sustainability.
Grant recipients will receive recognition — loudly and proudly — via our print publications, social media platforms and on our website.
View complete guidelines for the grant application process. We look forward to receiving your application!
Community Grant Award Winners
Our recent community grant winners
Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust
We're excited to announce that our first Community Grant of 2015 has been awarded to Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust. This organization leads and inspires action to conserve and enhance the landscape from the Puget Sound to the Central Washington region, ensuring a long-term balance between people and nature. more info >>
We're delighted to announce that our fourth Community Grant has been awarded to New Beginnings, whose mission is to empower survivors of domestic violence and mobilize community awareness on the issue.
more info >>
Magnuson Children’s Garden
We’re thrilled to announce that our third community grant has been awarded to the Magnuson Children’s Garden. Part of Magnuson Nature Programs, this garden hosts classes, camps and school field trips that teach principles of organic gardening and environmental stewardship to both children and adults. more info >>
Kids Kitchen program run by Gilda's Club
Gilda's Club offers community-based programs of social, emotional and educational support for people living with cancer along with their families and friends. more info >>
Daniel Bagley School Garden
We're delighted to announce that our first Community Grant has been awarded to the Daniel Bagley School Garden program, in the Greenlake neighborhood. Our $1,000 award will ensure that all classes can participate in the program, some of them for the first time. more info >>