Our History

The South Park Neighborhood Center began operation soon after the old fire station turned into the Neighborhood Center building in 1972. The Seattle Department of Human Services has provided a small annual grant for decades. The good news is that city support for the Senior Center has increased substantially over the last two years. Beginning in 2010, the United Way of King County also provides an annual grant to support the center. Over the years many other entities have also supported South Park’s seniors. (Healthy Aging Partnership, 501 Commons, and the Seattle Foundation).

Giving & Donations

The South Park Senior Center is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation.
Click here to donate to give a financial gift to the South Park Senior Center.

Donations help us support purchase of food for the meal programs, additional staff, program enhancement, and a reserve fund.