Currently Funded Projects

This funding will help groups across South Downtown improve the lives of the people who live and work in these vibrant communities. Historic South Downtown is delighted to be able to invest in these important projects,” said Kathleen Barry Johnson, Executive Director.

 

Grant recipients include Chief Seattle Club, Friends of Little Saigon, and the Alliance for Pioneer Square. A full list is provided below.

 

Totem Star

An HSD funded grant went to Friends of the International Children’s Park to restore existing art and structures in the park. The main restoration was the park’s dragon designed by Gerry Tsutakawa. The dragon is a very iconic and treasured park piece. The renovation benefited young children and families in the Chinatown-International District. For more information and photos, please visit:

http://friendsoficp.wordpress.com/

Spark the Parks

An HSD funded grant went to Friends of the International Children’s Park to restore existing art and structures in the park. The main restoration was the park’s dragon designed by Gerry Tsutakawa. The dragon is a very iconic and treasured park piece. The renovation benefited young children and families in the Chinatown-International District. For more information and photos, please visit:

http://friendsoficp.wordpress.com/

OneWorld Now

An HSD funded grant went to Friends of the International Children’s Park to restore existing art and structures in the park. The main restoration was the park’s dragon designed by Gerry Tsutakawa. The dragon is a very iconic and treasured park piece. The renovation benefited young children and families in the Chinatown-International District. For more information and photos, please visit:

http://friendsoficp.wordpress.com/