The Pike Place Market Foundation was founded in 1982 with the original mission to “preserve and enhance the traditions and diversity of the Pike Place Market community.” Read more about how the Market Foundation has supported heritage and preservation efforts over the past 40 years! Read More
The latest Pike Place Market Foundation news and updates. Please contact us directly with media inquiries.
Day of Remembrance: Japanese American farmers forcibly removed from Pike Place Market
This week is the 80th anniversary of Executive Order 9066, the racially-targeted presidential order that unlawfully incarcerated over 120,000 Japanese individuals in prison camps across the western United States. Read More
The Market Foundation’s Investments in Social Services
Learn more about the five social service agencies in Pike Place Market, and how the Market Foundation has provided 40 years of dedicated funding, resources, and community support to help our partners focus on their vital work! Read More
See the impact made in the Market community this season
As we begin 2023, our program staff and service partners are working hard to meet the ongoing and emerging needs of the Market community. Read More
Double your donation on Giving Tuesday!
As we reflect on all the things we’re grateful for, Giving Tuesday is a day to give back to the causes and communities we love. This Giving Tuesday, we are thankful for our incredible Market Merchant Supporters, like Carlee Hollenbeck at Pure Food Fish Market. Read More
Seed & Bulb Program Helps Market Farmers Prepare for Future Growth
This fall, the Pike Place Market Foundation has launched the final round of our recovery granting in a new seed and bulb program to help offset rising supply costs for local farmers who sell at Pike Place Market. Read More
- Summer internship opportunities at the Market Foundation!
- Happy spring from Pike Place Market!
- A new playground for the Market’s preschoolers
- The Market Foundation’s Heritage and Preservation Projects
- Day of Remembrance: Japanese American farmers forcibly removed from Pike Place Market