2023 Bullitt Prize Winner Kristina Chu   2023 Bullitt Environmental Prize Winner Examines the Environmental and Health Risks of Urban Community Gardens and Farms   SEATTLE – The Bullitt Foundation is awarding the 17th annual Bullitt Environmental Prize to Kristina Chu (they/she), a master’s student at the School of Social Work at the University of Washington. Chu’s work examines the environmental...


Bullitt Trustee Erim Gomez Moves to University of Montana Bullitt Trustee and former Bullitt Prize winner Erim Gomez has accepted a position at the W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation at the University of Montana, one of the nation's top Wildlife Biology Programs.

Grant History 2015-current

Toxic-Free Future-Year 2

on Tue, Apr 30, 2024 at 4:23 PM

Program Area(s)
Grantee NameToxic-Free Future
Address4649 Sunnyside Avenue N, Suite 540
Seattle WA, 98103
United States

for a two-year exit grant to advocate for the elimination of toxics in the Emerald Corridor while promoting the use of safer alternative products and inherently nontoxic chemicals.

Grant Amount$125000
Project Dates04/03/24 - 03/01/25
Serving United States / Washington / Seattle