Phinney Neighborhood Association

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PNA's COVID-19 Response

  • #PhinneyWoodStrong

    #PhinneyWoodStrong

    Show your PhinneyWood love. Order a PhinneyWood String t-shirt and support a neighborhood business of your choice!...

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  • Our current work

    Our current work

    During COVID-19, we’re continuing our most vital services. We’re serving meals to the most vulnerable. We’re reaching out to seniors with virtual counseling, online activities, and newsletters. We’re connecting folks living home alone with services and interaction. We’re supporting neighborhood businesses. ...

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  • Support local business

    Support local business

    Patronize our local businesses with this guide of what they are offering and how you can best support them – whether it’s take-out or gift cards. Have an update? You can send one in too!...

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News & Stories

  • Business Spotlight: Greenhouse Nail Spa

    In one word “wellness” could best describe the concept behind Kelly Huynh’s Greenhouse Nail Spa. Kelly opened her doors on September 10, 2019 and received a warm welcome from the community and other business owners. Kelly is a recent transplant to Seattle and comes from a hard-working family of Vietnamese immigrants. Read more

  • Need space for remote work or learning?

    The PNA will be using our rental spaces differently this fall to support the community during COVID-19, whether it's for remote work or learning. We’re renting to groups needing half-day, full-day, weekly, and monthly rental spaces at the Phinney Center or at the Sunset Hill Community Association clubhouse. We’re renting to groups needing half-day, full-day, weekly, and monthly rental spaces starting in September. Outdoors-only rentals are also an option. Email Georgette and Eric at [email protected] with questions or to reserve space!   Read more

  • A message from the PNA Board President, Amanda Froh

    Last night the PNA Board and leadership staff engaged in a valuable conversation with former PNA Executive Director Dar'Nesha Weary, ably facilitated by Paul Finley and Mary Holscher of the Breaking White Silence Affinity Group. We listened and learned first-hand about the structural racism that Dar'Nesha endured and how she was harmed while she worked at PNA, a story she has already shared in several different community forums. We apologized to her, in many different ways and through many different voices, for our individual and collective roles in perpetuating that system. We expressed heartfelt regret that she suffered as a result. We had the opportunity to ask questions and to hear Dar'Nesha's thoughts regarding actions we can take now to move the PNA toward antiracism as an organization. Read more

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