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Festival of Trees - Evening Magazine 
King 5 Television filmed a segment about the Festival of Trees. View it here.
 
Our beautiful trees on display at the Fairmont Olympic Hotel
Our beautiful trees on display at the Fairmont Olympic Hotel

37th Annual Festival of Trees
Since 1978, the talented members of the Dr. Forrest L. Flashman Guild have presented the Festival of Trees, a display of beautifully decorated Christmas trees, each with its own unique theme and style.

The trees will be on display from November 22 through December 3, 2014 at the Fairmont Olympic Hotel in their lobby and grand motor entrance. Each tree will be accompanied by a sign with the photo and story of one of our courageous Seattle Children's patients.

 

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Festival of Trees featuring the Colors of Autism Gala Dinner 
Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014
 
Our guests again celebrated the beginning of the holiday season at this festive dinner and auction, which benefitted the Seattle Children's Autism Center and Uncompensated Care at Seattle Children's Hospital.

This festive evening is a great way to support Seattle Children's while mingling with other hospital supporters.

 
Sponsor a tree and your name will be displayed on a patient storyboard accompaning a tree.
Sponsor a tree and your name will be displayed on a patient storyboard accompaning a tree.
 
Sponsor a Tree - $2,500 
Support our event by sponsoring a tree. Your company name will be displayed at The Fairmont Olympic Hotel for twelve days, and will also be on the patient story board which will accompany each tree to its new home.  You'll also be recognized on this web site. Your gift is fully tax-deductible.
 

Purchase a Tree
Our 2014 trees are now pictured on our website!
 
Trees may be purchased for $2,500.

The trees will be on display at the Fairmont Olympic Hotel November 22 through December 3, 2014. 
Featured patient William with the custom tree created for the Museum of Flight.
Featured patient William with the custom tree created for the Museum of Flight.
 
Custom Trees
Let our designers create the perfect tree for your home or office.
 
Each year, Raisbeck Engineering purchases a custom tree for the Museum of Flight to benefit Seattle Children's. The museum provided tickets to allow William Gailey, the patient featured on the accompaning storyboard, and his family to visit the museum and see his tree.

This year, Harley Marine Services purchased a three custom trees for their award-winning new offices to be set up on December 1.

Contact us to find out how easy it is to have us create a beautiful tree for your home or office. It will come with an inspirational patient storyboard to show your support for Seattle Children's Hospital.
Consider giving back your tree or making a donation to further support Seattle Children's Hospital
Consider giving back your tree or making a donation to further support Seattle Children's Hospital
 
Give-Back Program 
Another way to support our event is to donate the ornaments or the entire tree back to our guild after the holidays. Returned items will be used in the future to generate revenue for Seattle Children's Hospital. 


Donate to Festival of Trees to benefit Seattle Children's
Make a monetary or in-kind donation to our guild to offset our costs of producing trees. 


 
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About the Autism Center
In August 2009, Seattle Children’s Hospital opened its Autism Center to provide comprehensive and timely services to autism patients. It is programed to provide a full range of family-based care from early childhood through young adulthood. The Center is able to draw on the medical research expertise of a nationally recognized children’s hospital, while also providing necessary treatment, family support and therapy options tailored to address the evolving personal needs of each patient served. 
 
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About Uncompensated Care  
Seattle Children’s provided $117 million in uncompensateed care in 2013, an increase of approximately $4 million from 2012. The rundraising efforts of our guilds is a vital source of uncompensated care contributions, helping Children's keep its founding promise to the community - caring for children in our region regardless of ability to pay.