The King County Council has approved $2 million towards 4Culture’s COVID-19 response efforts. It is part of a $60 million COVID-19 emergency relief budget
proposed by Executive Dow Constantine. We are grateful that our elected officials understand and support the value of culture to King County’s economy and community. Thanks to this partnership, the Cultural Relief Fund will continue and deadlines have been extended for new applicants.
Cultural Relief Fund – For Organizations
- If you have applied and have already been funded, you do not need to do anything.
- If you have applied and not been funded, your application will remain in the pool for consideration; you do not need to do anything.
- If you have applied and not been funded and your situation has significantly changed, you can submit a new application between Saturday, May 16 and Friday, June 5 at 5 pm.
- If you would like to submit an application for the first time, please start with reading the program guidelines. You can start your application through our grant portal and submit it by Friday, June 5th at 5 pm.
Fremont Chamber Member Google Launches Free Online Digital Skills Training
Grow with Google’s OnAir Program
Will Make Resources, Classes and Coaching Previously Available at Grow with Google Training Events Available Online.
1:1 Digital Skills Coaching From Google Coaches
Upcoming panels and workshops (full list here
Fremont Chamber Business Spotlights
Asko Processing, Inc. has been providing a full range of metal finishing for all shapes and sizes of fabricated and precision-machined parts for aerospace, electronics and industrial customers for more than 50 years. Long before the law required strict environmental safeguards, we made a commitment to protect our environment and our employees. For years, our Delta pollution control system has been removing heavy metals from our rinse water and every one of our plating technicians has been trained in the proper handling of metallic solutions. We believe technology used wisely benefits us all. Learn more about their capabilities.
Brown Bear Car Wash began in Seattle in 1957. Victor Odermat opened the first Brown Bear Car Wash on 15th Avenue West in Seattle’s Interbay neighborhood, and that location is still in operation today! Seattle has changed a lot since 1957, and so have we. One thing that hasn’t changed is our friendly service and environmentally safe methods for keeping your car clean. Over the years, we have become intertwined with the Northwest environment and community. We strive to make this region a better place by getting involved and continuously improving the way we operate. Find Brown Bear around the Northwest keeping cars clean and striving to make a difference. Find a location.
We are excited to announce streams #13 – #17 of
Nectar Virtual Concert Series featuring:
GENERAL MOJO’S [Rock]
Friday, May 15th
Saturday, May 16th
Thursday, May 21st
RAZ SIMONE [Hip-Hop]
Friday May 22nd
THE CUMBIEROS [Latin]
Saturday, May 23rd