Seattle Foundation’s Neighbor to Neighbor (N2N) Program
Annual Grantee Convening
June 12 2019
Bethaday Community Learning Space White Center, WA
Founded in 1991, N2N is a grassroots grant and technical assistance program that plays a crucial role in supporting the Foundation’s mission to ignite powerful and rewarding philanthropy to make Greater Seattle a stronger, more vibrant community for all. N2N supports grassroots efforts that increase engagement, power and influence of community members affected by poverty and racial disparities.
The Community Café Collaborative (CCC) was invited to provide live graphic recording during this event and capture the ‘heart of the matter’ from the evening’s conversations in a summary report compiled by Amber Huffstickler and attached here. The organizers of this event hoped to yield greater connection within the N2N community. They took care to nurture powerful conversations throughout the evening, and the CCC harvest team, including Bilan Aden, Abokor Isaak, Austin Raymond and Katie Sellars, worked hard to note the big themes that emerged throughout the night. Amber Huffstickler and Austin Raymond collaborated on the graphic recording.
For more information, browse the N2N section of the Seattle Foundation’s website: