Summer Paint Out
This is a new annual Seattle tradition to help keep neighborhoods looking their best. By clicking the website below you can sign up to paint out graffiti and have paints, rollers, scrapers, gloves, and everything else you might need delivered to you for FREE through July and August.
Lettuce Link is an organized branch created by Solid Ground to improve communities and people’s lives. Lettuce Link (an innovative food and gardening program growing and giving since 1988) creates access to fresh, nutritious and organic produce, seeds, and gardening information for families with lower incomes in Seattle. We work to educate the community about food security and sustainable food production.
Seattle’s only working farm has numerous programs for all ages to learn about how to grow healthy, organic food in a sustainable way. Programs at the park include Lettuce Link, Mien Community Gardeners, and Seattle P-Patch.
Community Coalition for Environmental Justice
The CCEJ’s mission is to achieve environmental and economic justice in low-income communities and communities of color. We believe that everyone, regardless of race or income, has the right to a clean and healthy community.
We work to improve air quality in South Seattle as well as mobilizing support to save low-income housing. We support youth of color leadership while reaching thousands of community members a year with education and events.
Solid Ground Tenant Services
Solid Ground’s housing counseling services for tenants help families and individuals maintain permanent and reliable rental housing. Our services provide tenants with the resources and tools they need to prevent eviction and ensure housing stability.
Environmental Coalition of South Seattle
ECOSS is a nonprofit organization that encourages urban redevelopment and a healthy environment by providing education, resources and technical assistance to diverse businesses and communities in the Puget Sound region.
Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition
The Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition works to ensure that the Duwamish River Superfund cleanup not only restores environmental health and protects fishers and families who use the river, but also reflects the priorities, values and will of the people who live and work in the region. DRCC/TAG’s programs include guided river tours, educational forums, habitat-restoration events, river festivals, youth programs, and neighborhood activities designed to link people to the river.