KeyBank has announced a $25,000 grant to Lan Su Chinese Gardens in recognition of the significant work it provides in the community.
Lan Su Chinese Gardens, tucked away in Portland’s busy streets, is a magnificent sanctuary built to inspire, engage, and educate the global AANHPI community and beyond by showcasing the rich authentic Chinese culture. Lan Su has been one of Portland’s most attractive attractions since it opened in 2000. Lan Su will be able to expand and connect with many people in the neighbourhood thanks to KeyBank’s assistance for the gardens.
“Lan Su provides a place to honour the contributions that Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander (AANHPI) communities make to Chinese culture and society,” says Josh Lyons, KeyBank’s market president for Oregon and Southwestern Washington and commercial banking leader. “KeyBank is known for its commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, especially for marginalized communities, and we are thrilled to support this organisation that educates the public about Chinese culture and heritage.”
Lan Su Chinese Gardens
The Garden is a beautiful, safe environment that will inspire diversity and promote inclusivity to everyone, and it is part of KeyBank’s aim to help the community develop.
“The support KeyBank has given Lan Su is very meaningful to our organisation,” stated Patrick Tran, Lan Su Vice President of Philanthropy. “We have big plans for the garden, and the community’s support helps us with those plans.” It’s an exciting time for Portland and Lan Su.”
Visitors can visit Lan Su all year and enjoy everything the gardens have to offer.