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Dec
16

Art Battle Tacoma

Filed Under: - Posted @ 12:50pm

Art Battle returns to Tacoma! Artists have 20 minutes to take their canvases from blank to beautiful, battling not only the clock but each other as well. Watch the paint > Continue Reading

Nov
15

Holiday Artisans Market

Filed Under: - Posted @ 12:34pm

Support local and global artisans while finding unique and handmade treasures at our FREE MARKET. Grab a friend and browse a curated selection of handmade and fair trade home goods, > Continue Reading

Nov
15

Holiday Artisans Market

Filed Under: - Posted @ 11:34am

Support local and global artisans while finding unique and handmade treasures at our FREE MARKET. Grab a friend and browse a curated selection of handmade and fair trade home goods, > Continue Reading

Oct
21

Bike Stories 2022

Filed Under: - Posted @ 7:03am

Bike Stories is a bike themed storytelling event to support Second Cycle’s work in the community and the people that rely on it. Bikes are great – We love bikes > Continue Reading

Oct
12

Youth Leaders Central To Ending Youth & Young Adult Homelessness in Pierce County

Filed Under: Civic Engagement - Posted @ 1:10pm

  It’s a scenario that happens all too often. A young person is kicked out of their home, or leaves on their own after a family conflict. They reach out to > Continue Reading

Sep
13

Power Up Goodwill Centennial Campaign

Filed Under: - Posted @ 9:29am

We have selected a date for the public launch of our Power Up Goodwill Campaign.

Aug
8

Greening Tacoma Together

Filed Under: - Posted @ 5:39pm

At the Tacoma Tree Foundation, we see greening as a gateway to civic engagement and an opportunity to cultivate social cohesion. We focus our efforts on educating, empowering, and supporting > Continue Reading

Jun
29

Young-Adult Leaders Use Local History to Build Blueprint for the Future

Filed Under: Civic Engagement,Strengthening Pierce County,Vibrant Community - Posted @ 11:56am

  As racial and political tensions were at an all-time high across the U.S. in the late 60’s, Tacoma’s Hilltop neighborhood reached a boiling point, stirring up an event known > Continue Reading

Jun
29

Local Journalism and Local Funders Fuel Civic Voice and Power

Filed Under: Civic Engagement,Philanthropy - Posted @ 11:54am

Local journalism can make the difference between getting involved in community solutions or being caught off guard by events that arise from otherwise unseen issues. That was the case following > Continue Reading

Jun
29

Loving Tacoma for the Long Term

Filed Under: Civic Engagement,Philanthropy,Vibrant Community - Posted @ 11:54am

Sitting around the dining room table at her family’s Tacoma home, Ann Wiborg and a group of fellow local leaders met in the Fall of 1977. They shared a vision > Continue Reading