GAP, AAPIP, and EPIP members with ICHS Foundation staff outside ID Village Square. Photo by Cristina Roark.
GAP, AAPIP, and EPIP members with ICHS Foundation staff outside ID Village Square. Photo by Cristina Roark.

On July 22, the ICHS Foundation partnered with Gates Asians in Philanthropy (GAP) to hold an International District neighborhood tour and discussion on health, safety, and well-being in the community.

Ron Chew, Executive Director of the ICHS Foundation, led the tour, which included employees from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Group Health Cooperative, and other members of Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (AAPIP) Puget Sound/Seattle Chapter, and Emerging Professionals in Philanthropy (EPIP).

Ron Chew (right) speaks about community needs at Hing Hay Park. Photo by Cristina Roark.
Ron Chew (right) speaks about community needs at Hing Hay Park. Photo by Cristina Roark.
Tour attendees learn about Donnie Chin and current safety issues facing the ID community. Photo by Cristina Roark.
Tour attendees learn about Donnie Chin and current safety issues facing the ID community. Photo by Cristina Roark.
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