Invitations have been mailed and we hope to see you for the virtual gala on November 21! Registration is now open and it is free to attend, so have some friends join you for a dinner party and invite your out-of-town friends and family to tune in. Enjoy live and silent auctions with returning auctioneer/emcees, Nelson Jay and Matt Lorch, livestreamed from Fremont Studios in Seattle.
Enjoy Gourmet Dinner!
To make your evening more fun, you can select dinner to pick up from from either the Fairmont Olympic Hotel or DeLille Cellars in Woodinville. Menus coming soon! Kick off the holidays with a warm, cozy evening of dinner and bidding from your home while helping Seattle Children's Uncompensated Care and the Autism Center.
Trees for Sale!
Thank you to those who have already purchased trees! We still have 11 full-size trees pictured on our website, plus two 7-foot slim trees. Some trees are available for sponsorship as well.
A big thanks to our sponsors! The Bungie Foundation, The Goodman Foundation, Sequoyah Electric, John L. Scott Foundation, N C Machinery/Harnish Group, William Lile Gowen, Badgley Phelps Wealth Management, Doug and Robbi DeVries, CKC Structural Engineers, Best Plumbing, Wold Enterprises/Nautical Landing Marina and Patrick and Theresa Harvey.
In-kind sponsors are King5, K&H Printing, DeLille Cellars and Warm 106.9
We'll miss seeing you in person but we are looking forward to coming together for another successful event to support Seattle Children's, their Autism Center and Seattle Festival of Trees Guild!
Thank you for being there for the families at Seattle Children's!
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