2016 Magic of Hope Auction & Gala

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Saturday, May 7, 2016 -  Seattle Design Center    

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What is the Magic of Hope?

The Magic of Hope is the Washington Chapter APDA's largest fundraiser of the year. All proceeds support local programs, services and research for the Parkinson's community.

When & Where? Saturday, May 7, 2016, starting at 5:30pm at the Seattle Design Center, 5701 6th Ave South, Seattle, WA 98108.

Attendees: Over 275 guests will attend, many of who have been touched personally or professionally by Parkinson's.

Cost:   Before March 1: Individual tickets are $125 each with a 10% discount if you purchase a table of 8 or 10. After March 1: Individual tickets are $150 each with a 10% discount if you purchage a table of 8 or 10.   To purchase tables or tickets click here or sponsor the event click here.

Schedule: The evening kicks off at 5:30pm with a cocktail hour, games such as a wine toss, raffle, heads or tails, and mystery treasure chest, a live and almost live auction, accompanied with a fabulous dinner. Guests will also be asked to make a tax-deductible donation to support the Washington APDA.

Attire: Cocktail attire.

Sponsors: Corporate Partnerships are available - contact Jean Allenbach, Executive Director at 206.695.2905 ext.3 or [email protected]

Auction Donations: We rely on item donations and in-kind donations to help make our event a success. 

Beneficiary All proceeds benefit the Washington APDA and our local programs and services. In 2015 we raised $215,000, and with your support this year we will hit our goal of $260,000!

CLICK HERE to see photos from last year's event on our Facebook page!

CLICK HERE for Magic of Hope Fact Sheet (PDF) 

CLICK HERE for information about Sponsorship (PDF)

 

  

       

Thank you to our generous 2016 Sponsors

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Silver Sponsor

Reed Longyear Silver Sponsor

 

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2016 Magic of Hope Fact Sheet.pdf268.95 KB
2016 Magic of Hope Sponsorship Opportunities.pdf257.9 KB