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Annual Dinner & Auction Success!
Thank you for your attendance and support

On behalf of the board of directors, staff, and volunteers of the Chinese Reconciliation Project Foundation, we want to sincerely thank everyone who attended and participated in our auction event on Saturday, June 2, 2018. This year’s event had seen 200 guests, and was our most successful yet. We raised over $30,000 that we will use to highlight the Chinese Reconciliation Park and acknowledge an important part of Tacoma’s history and heritage.

We plan to use this momentum to carry us to our Moon Festival and hope you will plan to attend. This year’s Tacoma Moon Festival will be held at the Park site on September 15, 2018. As we continue to raise awareness about our organization, our mission of reconciliation, and the beautiful waterfront park that serves as a symbol for healing, we thank you for your participation.

Check out CRPF 2018 Dinner & Auction Photo Album


The Chinese Reconciliation Project Foundation (CRPF) 
is a nonprofit organization that advances civic harmony by way of the Tacoma Chinese Reconciliation Park along the Commencement Bay waterfront close to Old Town.

The Chinese garden motif allows the park to stand both as an acknowledgment of the forceful expulsion of the Chinese population of the City of Tacoma by municipal leaders and a large crowd on November 3, 1885, and as a celebration of the city’s multicultural past, present, and future. The expulsion was an act of exclusion in response to complex conditions of the time, among them economic decline and anti-Chinese sentiment. The park is an act of reconciliation and inclusivity toward appreciation of the people of diverse legacies and interests who are part of the city as a dynamic community.

Working with the city and the state, CRPF aims to inform and also to inspire. Through pathways and structures, as well as posted signage, visitors to the park can find out about Chinese sojourners who made their way to live and work in Tacoma and later encountered civic injustice. The park thus provides a place for contemplation but also renewal. Children can run and play, family and friends can exchange ideas, and all can be mindful of the interconnectedness of peoples.