HELP US FUNDRAISE FOR THESE FOUR LOCAL NONPROFITS! WE’RE MATCHING EVERY DONATION, DOLLAR PER DOLLAR, UP TO $5000 COLLECTIVELY FOR EACH…
Jubilee Women’s Center supports women experiencing poverty to build stable and fulfilling futures, one extraordinary woman at a time. Led by the guiding principle that women of all races and cultures are to be treated with respect and dignity, Jubilee’s housing and services give women the time and support they need to stabilize, heal from past trauma, and make positive life changes so they could reclaim their independence.
Help us raise money for Jubilee Women's Center! We're matching every donation to them, dollar per dollar, up to $5,000 collectively!
The Vera Project fuels personal and community transformation through collaborative, youth-driver engagement in music and art. Vera is an all-ages, volunteer-fueled music and arts venue. By engaging participants at all levels of music production and community organizing, Vera fulfills its’ mission to foster a participatory, creative culture through popular music concerts, arts programs, experiential learning, and volunteer opportunities for all ages, especially young people.
Weekly concerts help promote artistic experimentation and excellence in professional setting, leveraging industry-standard technology to showcase music and arts. Classes fuse with experiential leaning opportunities and a volunteer-driven structure that engages young people in the arts, fosters inter-generational communication, and gives constituents the skills necessary to pursue their creative and professional passions. The skills participants gain at Vera activate future creativity, careers, and leadership within Vera and the greater creative community. Vera engages thousands in the arts, develops the future of the music industry, and supports a vibrant Seattle culture.
Help us raise money for The Vera Project! We're matching every donation to them, dollar per dollar, up to $5,000 collectively!
Lifelong is a community health organization based on Capitol Hill, improving the health and well-being of people with life-threatening illnesses. Founded in 1983, the agency was forged in the HIV/AIDS crisis, providing comprehensive services to people affected by the epidemic. Lifelong has expanded to also provide support to those living with other serious illnesses like cancer, diabetes and kidney and heart disease. Their food and nutrition program, Chicken Soup Brigade, is unique in the Northwest region as the only clinically focused, diagnosis specific, meal and grocery operation. By keeping people healthy, providing prevention education and managing care, Lifelong plays a critical role for thousands of vulnerable individuals in our community.
Help us raise money for Lifelong! We're matching every donation to them, dollar per dollar, up to $5,000 collectively!
In this weird new reality-tv version of America, filled with mounting social and political unrest, Artists For Progress was born. It began with 35 artists who chose to fight hate with hope, to use their voices to mobilize for change, and to raise funds for organizations serving the marginalized and oppressed.
Though times like these could render us immobile, we’ve rallied together and are refusing to sit by and watch. We are artists as activists with a voice so loud a corrupt government cannot silence us. We will use every artistic medium and discipline to channel people’s fear and despair into the most meaningful art of our careers and lifetimes.
This is art with purpose, helping to keep our beautiful country progressing toward truth, inclusiveness, acceptance, tolerance, and love.Artists For Progress exists to channel the energy of the resistance into action. We make art with purpose, and make it available to the public with dual hopes of spreading our message and supporting organizations currently under attack by this administration.
Help us raise money for Artists For Progress! We're matching every donation to them, dollar per dollar, up to $5,000 collectively!
WE’VE ALSO PARTNERED WITH THESE LOCAL NONPROFITS…
Capitol Hill Art Walk is held every second Thursday of each month, rain or shine, the streets of Capitol Hill are filled with tipsy art lovers checking out galleries and special events. Art Walk starts at 5pm. Capitol Hill Block Party supports the Capitol Hill Art Walk financially and through media partnerships. We're honored to be able to support the great work of Jeanine Anderson and Laurie Kearney.
Capitol Hill Arts District was the first district to be named as part of the Arts & Cultural Districts program in November of 2014.
Capitol Hill’s Pike / Pine neighborhood is the densest arts neighborhood in the State of Washington. Over the course of the past 35 years, a diverse group of arts and cultural organizations have been re-occupying a formerly light industrial area known as “auto row.” The district is now home to over 40 arts and cultural organizations.
At the same time, the neighborhood is experiencing rapid change and gentrification. Existing arts organizations are under real threat of being displaced by rising rents and redevelopment. Capitol Hill is increasingly perceived as being in danger of losing its soul.
The Capitol Hill Arts District is a coalition of arts advocates galvanized to keep Capitol Hill a thriving art scene invested in the creation of daring work, independent artists, and emerging ideas. We promote cultural engagement; harness resources; and preserve, enhance, and create space for artists and the arts.
KEXP is a nonprofit arts organization serving music lovers through in-person, broadcast and online programming. KEXP operates one of the most influential listener-supported radio stations in the world, 90.3 KEXP-FM Seattle, with online and on-air service reaching over 200,000 global listeners each week. On KEXP's YouTube channel , videos of exclusive live performances garner millions of views per week. Everything they do at KEXP is made possible through the support of individual donors, volunteers, business supporters, corporate and foundation gifts, and funding from the local, state and federal government.
MusiCares provides a safety net of critical assistance for music people in times of need. MusiCares' services and resources cover a wide range of financial, medical and personal emergencies, and each case is treated with integrity and confidentiality. MusiCares also focuses the resources and attention of the music industry on human service issues that directly impact the health and welfare of the music community.
The Washington Bus makes politics engaging, effective and fun. The Bus puts young Washingtonians in the driver’s seat and gives them the tools to be organizers, legislators and leaders. They catalyze the energy and enthusiasm of young people to create sustainable, positive change in Washington State through civic education, voter engagement, and leadership development.
Skate Like a Girl aims to create an inclusive community by promoting confidence, leadership, and social justice through the sport of skateboarding. They work to empower young people, especially young women, to grow into strong, confident leaders who promote and implement social equity. Skate Like a Girl values experiential learning and civic participation, by providing opportunities to be involved in the skateboarding community.
Join us for the 2nd annual Battle on the Block skate contests in Cal Anderson's sport court - now taking place over 2 days!
35TH NORTH x CHBP 2019 BATTLE ON THE BLOCK
Cal Anderson Sport Court
1635 11th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122
SUNDAY, JULY 21ST, 2019 · 11:00am-6:00pm
COMMUNITY SKATE SESSION BROUGHT TO YOU BY SKATE LIKE A GIRL
Sensory Access' goal is to make all the events most people take for granted more accessible to those with sensory processing difficulties. Many autistic individuals, and those with Down Syndrome, Fragile X and other Sensory Processing Difficulties process sensory information differently than the typical person. Sounds lights, textures or experiences can elicit extreme discomfort, anxiety, and even pain.
Many wonderful venues offer occasional "Autism friendly" evenings, but have to drastically alter their productions by changing lighting and sound, often for a much decreased audience. For some venues, this expense is not feasible. Sensory Access' goal is to be able to make events more sensory friendly by providing unique access, ideas, tool kits and help to the individual, all without altering the production in any way. This preserves the production value for the venue, and allows everyone to enjoy the same event - INCLUSION.
March For Our Lives Seattle is a local youth-led organization dedicated to harnessing the power of young people to end the gun violence epidemic. By creating opportunities for youth to get involved and uplifting their voices, MFOLS has become a catalyst for change. Founded days after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, MFOLS has a very clear message: Enough is enough. Learn more about March for our Lives here.
MyMusicRx is the flagship program of the Children’s Cancer Association (CCA) who believes #JoyMatters and #MusicHeals. Our bedside and online music medicine programs engage hospitalized kids of all ages and diagnoses, relieving stress, anxiety, and perception of pain.
MyMusicRx.org empowers seriously ill kids and teens to shift, plan, and grow – through music. Patients can select from exclusive videos, games, and music lessons based on how they want to feel. As they explore and rate content, MyMusicRx.org gets smarter, and recommends songs and activities to help kids feel better, faster.
MyMusicRx will be doing live filming of artists onsite at CHBP 2019 this year! The videos will be available online post-fest.
Puget Soundkeeper is a grassroots organization working to protect and preserve the waters of Puget Sound. Puget Soundkeeper helps set strong policies and regulations that protect our waterways from harmful pollutants like stormwater runoff, oil spills, and marine plastics. We enforce environmental regulations including the Clean Water Act, engage community members and businesses in waterway cleanups, species counts, and recovery projects, and partner with local and regional groups to advance solutions that protect the abundant species and diverse communities of Puget Sound. Check out their 10x10 at CHBP 2019 outside Rancho Bravo off 10th, and learn more about Puget Soundkeepers here: www.pugetsoundkeeper.org