Lytle Enterprises is committed to making better communities – both for our senior housing residents and in the community at large where we live and work.
From health care to the arts and education, from children and seniors in need, to the welfare of animals, Chuck and Karen Lytle have a long history of giving their time, energy and financial support to nonprofit agencies throughout the Puget Sound area.
Swedish Medical Center
Chuck and Karen have extensive involvement with the Swedish Medical Center Foundation in Seattle. Over the years, both Chuck and Karen have served on numerous boards and other leadership groups at Swedish Medical Center, the largest and most comprehensive nonprofit health care provider in the Pacific Northwest.
Lytle Center for Pregnancy and Newborns
In 2013, Swedish Medical Center opened the Lytle Center for Pregnancy and Newborns. The center is a childbirth resource and education area where expectant mothers and parents with babies can easily find a variety of care, advice, and guidance, all in one comfortable, welcoming environment.
Performing Arts Center Eastside (PACE)
Performing Arts Center Eastside (PACE) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to building Tateuchi Center, a state-of-the-art performing arts center in downtown Bellevue to serve the growing population of the Eastside.
Chuck and Karen currently serve as directors on the Tateuchi Center Board, are members of the PACE Executive Committee, and are past co-chairs of the organization’s capital and endowment campaign to build this 2,000-seat concert hall and adjacent 250-seat cabaret, which will present nationally and internationally acclaimed music, theatre and dance.