Patient Profile - Mac
Mac’s family appreciates the ongoing support they receive from Dr. Gary Stobbe, a Program Director at Seattle Children’s Autism Center; as well as Lynn Vigo and Andrea Valdez, team members in Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine; and from all of the amazing nurses at the Center.
Contribute to the SFOT Silent Auction
For the first time, this year’s Seattle Festival of Trees (SFOT) has added a special feature: An Amazon wish list of items for the event’s Silent Auction!
This new feature makes it easy for patrons and donors to participate ahead of this year’s event by donating items via a gift registry (very similar to a wedding registry.)
Here's all you need to do:
One Minute Update: Seattle Children's Autism Center
Autism is a complex neurological disorder that affects the way a person thinks, behaves, communicates and interacts with others. Autism is a spectrum disorder (ASD), which means it affects some individuals mildly at one end and more severely at the other. Seattle Children's Autism Center is a leader in assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and support for ASD. See more about the Autism Center here.
Get your tree today!
For this year’s Seattle Festival of Trees (SFOT), a total of 23 trees were designed and created by the talented members of the SFOT Guild. These gorgeous trees will be available for viewing from November 17-28 in the Grand Motor Entrance and the Mezzanine of the Fairmont Olympic Hotel in downtown Seattle.
The following spectacular trees are still available. Any one of them can be purchased online:
LIVE AUCTION TREE:
As if the above choices weren’t enough, this year’s LIVE AUCTION tree, Seattle Greetings, shown below, will be auctioned off on the night of the SFOT Gala, Saturday, November 17. Seattle Greetings features iconic Seattle memorabilia and assorted gift cards for Seattle attractions and other items.
That “season to be jolly” is fast approaching! Get ready now and take the opportunity to purchase a gorgeous holiday tree while supporting one of Seattle’s most worthy treasures, Seattle Children’s Hospital.
The annual Seattle Festival of Trees provides a great opportunity for individuals and corporations to help support the primary goal of the event: raising funds to benefit the Uncompensated Care Fund and the Autism Center at Seattle Children’s Hospital.
The following individuals and corporations have committed to the Seattle Festival of Trees at the following sponsorship levels:
PLATINUM LEVEL ($20,000)
We are so grateful to the above donors for their generous support and commitment to this annual event! If you or your company would like to be a sponsor for this beautiful, annual fundraiser for Seattle Children’s Hospital, go here.
Seattle Festival of Trees Event Update
We are just THREE MONTHS AWAY from the SEATTLE FESTIVAL OF TREES, one of the city’s most spectacular series of holiday events, held each November in the gorgeous Fairmont Olympic Hotel in downtown Seattle.
This annual event includes a gala dinner and auction on November 17, a holiday celebration on November 18, a display of Christmas trees from November 17 through November 28, and a Teddy Bear Suite and Gingerbread House, open from November 23 through December 26.
Celebrating its 41st annual series of events, the primary purpose of the SEATTLE FESTIVAL OF TREES is to raise funds for Seattle Children’s Hospital, with proceeds benefiting the hospital’s uncompensated care fund and the Autism Center.
Holiday events include:
DINNER AND AUCTION
Saturday, November 17 5:00 – 10:00 p.m.
Purchase tickets here
CELEBRATION Storytellers, choirs, cookies, Santa photos, holiday items for sale, including a Children's Corner shopping area.
Sunday, November 18 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.
TEDDY BEAR SUITE AND GINGERBREAD HOUSE
Friday, November 23 – Wednesday, December 26 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
It's not too early to get involved! You can:
Help Seattle Children’s Hospital and the Autism Center to provide the finest health care to children regardless of a family’s ability to pay. Thank you for your support!
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