Safe Crossings Foundation’s Annual Luncheon to benefit local grieving children will be held on October 27th, 2020.
Please find more information below:
|When:||Tuesday, October 27th, 2020
11:30am Registration // 12:00-1:00pm Program
|Where:||Sheraton Seattle Hotel
1400 6th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101
Directions and Parking info here.
|RSVP:||Contact Karen Schrantz with questions or for more information at Karen@safecrossingsfoundation.org|
Please join us for an afternoon of learning about the programs Safe Crossings Foundation funds to meet the needs of grieving kids, hearing directly from families who’ve benefited from these services, celebrating champions of grief support in our community, and more. A $150 minimum donation at the luncheon is requested — thank you!
By attending the luncheon, you’ll have an opportunity to significantly impact how children experience grief. While a child’s life will never be the same after the death of a loved one, we CAN work together to help grieving youth find futures with joy, security and possibilities that all young people deserve.
This year, we expect over 650 community leaders and supporters from all over the Seattle area. Our goal is to raise over $500,000 for programs to help grieving children. Sponsorship levels for the event range from $500 to $10,000+.
And as usual, we have great raffle prizes on offer this year!
If you are unable to attend but would like to make a donation to help kids cope with grief, click here.
FORMER ANNUAL LUNCHEON SPONSERS (2019)
Nintendo of America
Providence St. Joseph Health
Burns, Toussaint, & Associates
Clark Construction Group, LLC
Pacific Project Management
University Mechanical Contractors, Inc.
Wizards of the Coast
Deupree Family Foundation
First Choice Health
VECA Electric & Technologies
Tuxedos and Tennisshoes Catering & Events
The Erection Company
The Nathanson Group, PLLC
If you would like more information about our Luncheon Corporate Sponsorship opportunities, please click here.
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