Rep. Smith Submits Community Project Funding Requests for 2022
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Representative Adam Smith (D-Wash.) submitted Community Project Funding requests to the House Committee on Appropriations for consideration in the FY 2022 appropriations bill. Each Representative may request funding for up to ten projects in their community for fiscal year 2022.
“I am proud to submit requests for these ten critical projects in Washington’s Ninth District that will help address growing inequities in our communities,” said Rep. Smith. “As Congress works to pass appropriations bills, it is vital that we direct more federal dollars to underserved communities and marginalized populations. The proposed projects will help address challenges facing communities across the region in affordable housing, health care, education, youth development and services, small businesses and economic opportunity, senior services, and mental health. I am deeply appreciative of all of the organizations, local governments, and community leaders who submitted excellent projects for consideration that would make our communities more equitable and prosperous.”
You can learn more about the projects listed in alphabetical order by project name here:
- $600,000 for the African Diaspora Cultural Anchor Village (ADCAV), African Community & Housing Development in Tukwila, WA
- $590,600 for the AiPACE Adult Day Center and Clinic, Aging in PACE Washington (AiPACE) in Beacon Hill, Seattle, WA
- $673,000 for the Entrepreneurship Incubation Hub: Teaching & Commercial Kitchen for Refugee & Immigrant Community, World Relief Seattle in Kent, WA
- $350,000 for the Family First Community Center – Health Clinic, HealthPoint in Renton, WA
- $766,000 for Health One Expansion, City of Seattle in Seattle, WA
- $1,000,000 for the Keiro Site, Africatown Community Land Trust in Central District, Seattle, WA
- $850,000 for the Maritime High School (MHS), Highline Public Schools in South King County, WA
- $1,000,000 for the MLK Mixed Use Affordable Housing and Early Learning Center, Low Income Housing Institute in Rainier Valley, Seattle, WA
- $1,000,000 for the Wadajir Residences & Souq, Forterra NW in Tukwila, WA
- $1,000,000 for the Youth Achievement Center, Africatown Community Land Trust in Columbia City, Seattle, WA
Click here for information about other Community Project Funding requests submitted by Congressman Smith.