• Town Hall News
06/14/2016
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Town Hall’s ongoing partnership with community partners—like The Pride Foundation—shows the value and power of bringing different organizations together to address important social issues. The Pride Foundation is a regional community foundation that inspires giving to expand opportunities and advance full equity for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people across the Northwest.

  • Town Hall News
06/13/2016
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Every year over eighty Town Hall members enable matching gifts through their employers for volunteer hours and philanthropic donations, providing an additional $25,000 of revenue for Town Hall each year. We want to thank these members and volunteers for donating their time and money to Town Hall each year and for making their donations go even further by enabling corporate matching funds.

  • Town Hall News
06/13/2016
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Waiting to enter by Michael Hanscom

There is no other place like Town Hall. Not in Seattle, not anywhere. What’s presented on our stages—robotics to food ethics, poetry slams to chamber music, even spelling bees and civic debates—is a real-time reflection of the curiosity, the creativity, and the diversity of our community.

As our fiscal year comes to a close,

  • Town Hall News
04/13/2016
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Town Hall runs on the foundation of over 3,500 member households that renew their support each year and we’d like to introduce you to one of these households.

You have been Town Hall donors since 2011. What initially attracted you to Town Hall and what keeps you engaged year after year?

As happens with many organizations,

  • Town Hall News
04/13/2016
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Tomatoe seedlings with spade

Town Green—now in its third year—is a cross-disciplinary series devoted to the environment, sustainability, and local wildlife. In addition to events with scientists, activists, and policy experts, Town Green provides a forum for all of us to share thoughts, voice opinions, and activate ideas in our community. This Saturday (April 16th), we’ll be putting these conversations into practice: please join us for the 2016 Town Green Day of Service.

  • Town Hall News
04/13/2016
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In partnership with The Seattle Foundation
May 3, 2016 11am-2pm. FREE.

GiveBig

GiveBIG is The Seattle Foundation’s one-day, online charitable giving event, designed to raise money for our region’s hard-working nonprofits.

This year, Town Hall is stretching GiveBIG from the web to our stage. We have 25 diverse area nonprofits joining us at Town Hall to share their missions and highlight our collective impact—and you’re all invited!

  • Town Hall News
04/08/2016
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THUMB_2016 Give Big websiteYou may already know about GiveBIGThe Seattle Foundation’s one-day, online charitable giving event, designed to raise money for our region’s hard-working nonprofits. But did you know that this year, Town Hall is adding a new, non-digital element to the annual event?

May 3rd,

01/22/2016
Town Hall Seattle
Town Hall Seattle was spared from the wrecking ball nearly 15 years ago, largely due to the vision of founder and longtime executive director, David Brewster. He saw the need for a space that could be a home for many small non-profits in Seattle – a platform where many voices could engage with the community. A group of 17 community leaders and visionaries championed this cause and helped fund the purchase of the building.
  • Town Hall News
09/09/2015
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This season’s math-focused programming kicks off on September 14th with an evening with “mathemagician” Arthur Benjamin, who brings the message that while math CAN be seriously complex, it’s also seriously fun. “Town Hall has made it possible for our community to come face-to-face with the people who are showing the world that math can be inspiring, exciting and transformative,” says Zeno’s Development Manager Erin Tierney.
  • Town Hall News
09/30/2014
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When David Brewster founded Town Hall Seattle in 1998, he envisioned a home for small and mid-sized arts organizations—specifically, Seattle’s Early Music Guild, which became one of Town Hall’s first presenting partners.
  • Town Hall News
06/25/2014
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On June 11, Town Hall audiences got a rare glimpse of the teenage perspective as five high school students from Rainier Scholars, a program that works to unlock academic potential and leadership skills of motivated students of color, inhabited the Great Hall stage and shared their thoughts on everything from U.S. foreign policy to primates to curing cancer.
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