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The Susan Campbell Woodin Guild invites you to watch young and experienced riders alike compete in one of the top multi-breed horse shows in the region. Proceeds benefit uncompensated care.
Date: Sunday Aug 4 Location: Evergreen Equestrian Park, MonroeContact: PacificNorthwestMorganHorseShows.com
Get ready for a whole lot of radness as you take on Color Me Rad 5K. As racers run they’ll be bombarded with color that tie-dyes their T-shirts at the same time it brightens their outlook on life. Even better, this race benefits Seattle Children’s Hospital. The Seattle race is the 54th stop on this year’s nationwide tour. Participants of all ages are welcome to run or walk.
Date: Saturday Aug 10, 9 a.m. Location: Marymoor Park, 6046 W Lake Sammamish Pkwy. NE, Redmond, WA 98052Contact: Registration is available at ColorMeRad.com.
Please register with the promo code SEATTLECHILDRENS10 to get 10% off your registration and have a portion of your fee donated to Seattle Children’s.
Preregister for $30, or register on race day for $40. Pledges and donations will benefit uncompensated care at Seattle Children’s. Presented by the Run for Children’s Guild.
Date: Saturday Aug 17, 8 a.m. Location: Start and finish at Columbia Winery, Woodinville Contact: RunForChildrens.org
The Friends of Costco Guild presents the hospital’s top fundraising event. Seating is limited.
Date: Sunday Aug 18, 4 p.m. Location: Safeco
Contact: FriendsOfCostco.orgCost: $250 per person
Swim, volunteer or cheer on the participants in this 1.42-mile swim across Lake Washington to O.O. Denny Park. Presented by the Swim for Children’s Guild. Proceeds benefit the Emergency Patient Assistance Fund at Seattle Children’s.
Date: Sunday Aug 25, first wave swims at 7:30 a.m. Location: Matthews Beach,
Contact: ParkToParkSwim.comCost: $45 per swimmer
Support brain tumor research at the Pink Polka Dots Junior Guild’s golf tournament. $135 per golfer includes greens fee, cart, snacks, dinner and silent auction. Non-golfers are welcome to attend the auction and dinner for $65 per person.
Date: Saturday Sep 7, 1 p.m. Location: Legion Memorial Golf Course, Everett Contact: PinkPolkaDotsGuild.net
Enjoy a family-friendly movie under the stars with snacks and the chance to win raffle prizes while supporting uncompensated care. Presented by the Little Lemon Drops Junior Guild.
Date: Saturday Sep 7, 6 p.m. Location: Innis Arden Clubhouse, Shoreline Contact: LittleLemonDropsGuild.weebly.com
Join the Catalina’s Hope Guild for hearty appetizers and wine as well as a raffle, paddle raise and auction. Proceeds will benefit uncompensated care and research
at Seattle Children’s.
Date: Saturday Sep 14, 6:30 p.m. Location: Glendale Golf and Country Club, Bellevue Contact: 206-783-9413Cost: $75 per person
Enjoy appetizers, desserts, beer and wine while supporting the aplastic anemia research being done by Seattle Children’s Dr. Akiko Shimamura.
Date: Saturday Sep 14, 6 p.m. Location: Seattle Design Center, Seattle Contact: JuliansGuild.orgCost: $35 per person
Join the Circle of Hope Guild for a fun evening of dinner and wine benefiting cancer research.
Date: Saturday Sep 14, 6 p.m. Location: Aspira Apartments, Seattle Contact: CircleOfHope.orgCost: $75 per person
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Foundation and Guild Association206-987-2153or 800-635-1432 (toll-free)
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