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Hope for a Wild Future Auction – Register Today!

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Join us on April 1, 2015 at Bell Harbor on the Seattle waterfront for our 12th annual Hope for a Wild Future auction and dinner.

2014 auction. Photo: Alex Crook Photography
2014 auction. Photo: Alex Crook Photography

Our annual Hope for a Wild Future auction and dinner brings together conservationists, philanthropists, and local business and community leaders to celebrate Conservation Northwest’s work for a wilder Northwest.

Last year, we raised over $280,000 at our event, and in 2015, and we hope to raise more to fund our conservation programs and other vital work for Northwest wildlife and wildlands. Your support is the key to our success!

Buy your tickets today!

12th Annual Hope for a Wild Future Dinner and Auction
Wednesday, April 1st, 5:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Bell Harbor International Conference Center
2211 Alaskan Way, Pier 66, Seattle Waterfront

It’s no April fool’s joke! 

We are excited to celebrate our 12th annual Hope for a Wild Future dinner and auction on Wednesday, April 1, 2015. This year’s event will take place at Bell Harbor Conference Center on the Seattle waterfront, with proceeds benefiting our innovative and collaborative conservation programs. 

Take advantage of special early-bird ticket pricing! $125 for early-bird general admission, or $250 per couple. Deadline: March 10th, 2015.

General Pricing Information

Individual Tickets

Regular: $150, *Patron: $250

Table of Ten

Regular: $1,500, *Patron: $2,500 

Tickets can be purchased online here

If you are interested in purchasing a table, please contact Julia Spencer (800.878.9950 x 110 or julia@conservationnw.org). She provides the quickest and easiest registration for you and your table guests.

Take your support to the next level, become a patron! 

*Patron tickets include an exclusive reception at 5:00 PM with one of our ranching partners, the Dawson Family, who are pioneering non-lethal methods to prevent conflict between wolves and livestock in Eastern Washington

With your patron ticket, you will also receive access to early silent auction bidding, special recognition, and a gift.

Range riders work to prevent conflict with Washington wolves. Photo: Chase Gunnell
Range riders work to prevent conflict with Washington wolves. Photo: Chase Gunnell

Whether you would like to donate, attend, or volunteer, we hope you will join us in making this event another smashing success!

Please contact auction organizer, Stephanie Pietromonaco at stephanie@conservationnw.org for more information.

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