OneEastside will no longer be updating the Eastside Recovery Hub, and this resource will slowly be retired. You can find the majority of information featured here plus expanded programing on OneEastside SPARK, our new center for business resilience and innovation. Please update your bookmarks: We look forward to seeing you there!

Now, more than ever, we need to support our small businesses and non-profits. Learn about how you can get involved, below.

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  • Support Minority and Women - Owned Small Businesses

    Buy from minority and women owned small businesses located on the Eastside and beyond.


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Funds Accepting Donations

These funds are all accepting donations, and serve small businesses, workers, artists, and non-profits in the Puget Sound region.

  • Eastside Small Business Recovery Fund

    The Eastside Small Business Recovery Fund supports our small businesses with free-of-charge, one-on-one advising services. This year, we’ve helped thousands of our local businesses access financial resources, and much-needed PPE. As we look to the new year and the lasting effects of this pandemic, additional services will be needed to help our companies survive including tax assistance and improving cash flow.

    Learn more here.

  • Black Future Co-op Fund

    Created by and for Black Washingtonians, the Black Future Co-op Fund is a new paradigm for philanthropy uplifting Black-led solutions that ignite Black generational wealth, health, and well-being. The Fund is Washington state’s first all Black-led philanthropic organization, and is uniquely positioned to lead transformational change with Black Washingtonians.

    Learn more at

  • Keep Music Live

    Keep Music Live is a fundraising campaign to save hometown, community-based music venues, with the capacity of less than 1,000 guests. Together, the campaign aspires to raise more than $10 million to provide venues with critical financial support.

    You can find more information about the campaign and donate here:

  • The Keep Workers Safe and Healthy Fund

    The Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce is focused on providing continuity for vulnerable businesses, including those who may not be eligible for the city’s program and their employees. The Chamber is working to set up a website to accept online contributions. Learn more here.

  • All In Seattle

    You can join this effort by donating to support food security, communities, workers, small businesses, housing, and rental assistance. Learn more here.

  • Seattle Artists Relief Fund Amid COVID-19

    This fund helps members of the Seattle-area arts community who have been financially impacted by cancellations due to COVID-19. Learn more here.

  • Seattle Foundation COVID-19 Response Fund

    The Seattle Foundation COVID-19 Response Fund works with communities that are disproportionately impacted by coronavirus and the economic consequences of the outbreak. Learn more here.

  • Black Business Equity Fund (BBEF)

    More information and donate here.

    Tabor 100 launched the Black Business Equity Fund (BBEF) to fight the “twin pandemics” of systemic racism and COVID-19.

    With a goal of raising a minimum of $1.5 million per year for the next three years, the BBEF would allocate $750,000 to seed a new cash grant program to support Black-owned businesses during the pandemic, and the other $750,000 to fund training, technical assistance, programming, and build organizational capacity for Tabor 100 and the Tabor Economic Development Hub.

  • Artist Trust Relief Fund

    Artist Trust is raising funds for the COVID-19 Artist Trust Relief Fund, an emergency grant program that will put cash grants directly into the hands of Washington State artists. For more information and to make a donation visit the Artist Trust website.

Local Government Agencies Accepting Donations

  • King County Regional Donations Connector

    King County Regional Donations Connector connects you to opportunities to donate and volunteer, and can also match you with companies and non-profits that need help.

Is your organization offering support services to local small businesses or non-profits? If you’d like to explore sharing this information on OneEastside’s website, please fill out our form and we will get in touch. Thank you!

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