Partners & Funding

2014 Funders

City of SeattleCity of Seattle’s Department of Parks & Recreation and Department of Human Services are supporting the stewarding of fruit trees in Seattle parks, the harvesting of fruit from residential properties, and the donation of urban fruit to the emergency food system.


King Conservation DistrictThe King Conservation District Member Jurisdiction Grant is funding the piloting and development of the Master Fruit Tree Steward Program for 2014.


sustainable-path-logoThe Sustainable Path Foundation funded a pilot plan for creating a more sustainable harvest by selling fruit into the Seattle marketplace.



United Way of King County

The United Way of King County, in collaboration with Rainer Valley Eats! Coalition, supports City Fruit’s efforts to bring fruit into the local food system within the Rainier Valley.


Washington State Department of Natural ResourcesWashington State Dept of Natural Resources in cooperation with the US Forest Service are supporting our Orchard Steward program. In partnership with citizens and governments, WSDNR provides innovative leadership and expertise to ensure environmental protection.


National Environmental Education Foundation with support from ToyotaNational Environmental Education Foundation, with support from Toyota USA, has awarded City Fruit a capacity-building grant to develop a sustainable business plan for the Orchard Steward Program.

Crop Hunger Walk
Church World Service Crop Hunger Walk



City People's Garden Store
City People’s Garden Store located in Madison Park



2014 Community Partners

Central Co-op

Ciscoe Morris

Collins Family Orchards CSA

Groundwork Fruit Tree Pruning

Home Depot, Lander St. Branch

Rotary First Harvest/Americorps

Skipley Farm

The Stewart Lumber Co.,  ACE Hardware

Tweedy & Popp ACE Hardware, Wallingford

West Seattle Nursery


Previous Years Funders & Supporters

Partner Organizations



While there are too many to name, we couldn’t do what we do without them. Thank you!