Pints for Parks 2016


You like beverages that taste of hops? What about parks – you like parks? The folks over at The Noble Fir are big fans. Not fair-weather fans, mind you. These people love their outdoors as much as being purveyors of hoppy beverages and delicious eats. Their love of these things has led them, on more…

Give Big Hugs With your Wallet During GiveBig.


The King County Parks Foundation is devoted to cultivating private-sector philanthropy to connect communities to regional trails, open space and parks and to support the resiliency of the parks system for future generations.  As our region continues to grow, protecting our natural habitat, creating fun, new places for kids to play and connecting communities through…

King County Parks Foundation, now in 3-D!


Last week, our very own King County Parks Foundation was featured in a full color, eight-page insert as part of the Puget Sound Business Journal’s series on corporate citizenship in the region. Download and read the pdf (3.6 MB) online or contact us for a hard copy!

Now introducing….The King County Parks Foundation!


News, news, news, we’ve got exciting news! Today, King County Executive Dow Constantine announced a new King County Parks Foundation in partnership with Laird Norton Wealth Management, celebrating their initial gift of $75,000 and establishing the goal of raising $7.5 million for legacy projects over the next decade. As we commemorate our 75th anniversary in…

Pints for Parks: Reminder


The darkest, dreariest days of December are upon us. Short of a trip to the Tropics, we have the perfect antidote to winter’s palette gray tones: Take refuge in the Noble Fir in Ballard, where every pint of delicious beer sold from 6:30 p.m. to closing tonight benefits King County Parks. Just how delicious, you…