Join us for our 15th annual Hope for a Wild Future Auction and Dinner!
ConservationNWAdmin / Feb 12, 2018 / Auction, Events
By Heather Hutchison, Membership Associate
It’s that time of year again! Registration is now open for our 15th annual Auction and Dinner. Please mark your calendars for Wednesday, April 25, 2018 for an exciting evening at the Bell Harbor International Conference Center on the Seattle Waterfront.
Enjoy beautiful views of Puget Sound while connecting with fellow conservationists, philanthropists, and local community and business leaders over dinner, wine, and unique auction items donated by our generous conservation community. Click on the image below to register or scroll down for more details!
Hope For A Wild Future
Our annual Hope for a Wild Future Auction and Dinner brings together a mix of Conservation Northwest’s new and long-time members in celebration of our shared successes over the past 29 years. You will also have the opportunity to connect with our field staff and to learn about how your continued commitment to our work will help ensure a wild future for wildlife and wildlands in the Pacific Northwest.
In 2017, we raised nearly $300,000 with the help of over 300 wonderful supporters, and we hope to raise even more in 2018 to advance our mission to keep the Northwest wild! Every year your contributions help us protect, connect and restore the Northwest wildlife and wildlands. Register today!
We hope to see you there!
Interested in hosting a table, volunteering, sponsoring, or donating a unique item or experience? Please contact the Auction Team at auction (at) conservationnw.org or 206.675.9747 x 124.
You can also download the Auction Donation Form if you have an item you would like us to consider to be sold at our auction. We are happy to consider your donation item and to customize sponsorship to fit your needs and interests.
Our suggested auction corporate and organizational sponsorship levels and benefits are also available here! A special thanks to our generous 2018 auction sponsors so far: