Rebuilding Together Seattle Website (RTS) will host their third annual breakfast fundraiser on Wednesday, May 4th, 2016. You’ll hear from RTS’ CEO, and Seattle Seahwaks Emcee, Tony Ventrella. Proceeds will support RTS’ efforts to provide safe and healthy housing to every person by providing free home repairs to low-income homeowners and nonprofit facilities. Join us and learn more about RTS’ efforts to revitalize your community, and how you can get involved.
Join us this Saturday in celebrating 15 years of innovative arts and music programs with The Vera Project. They’ll be hosting their annual fundraiser at The Triple Door on February 20th, 2016. Enjoy DJ sets from Diogenes and Wizdumb, with live performances by Briana Marela and Crater. Proceeds will ensure the Vera Project will continue to transform the Seattle through collaborative, youth-driven engagement in music and art.
Buy tickets here, and learn more about the Vera Project here. EJK is proud to be part of the Vera Project family!
Save Our Wild Salmon (SOS) will be holding their annual fundraiser this Thursday, June 18,2015 at Ray’s Boathouse. We’ll be there to help them celebrate 24 years of working to collectively restore natural and sustainable salmon populations to the Pacific Northwest. We’ll also be there to try wine from over 30 Pacific Northwest wineries, and nosh on sliders from Ray’s Boathouse. Get details here to join us!
On Thursday, November 17th, 2011 the Service Board will hold its 16th annual Soiree. In true circus fashion, the Soiree will showcase amazing feats, magical performances, and lively tunes from the Service Board and its amazing youth.
Guests will enjoy dinner provided by the Leary Traveler, live performances, and both live and silent auctions. EJK and staff will be there to support this amazing organization. Don’t miss out on all the fun!
*Since 1995, the Service Board has empowered youth to overcome obstacles and build strong community through snowboarding, public service, and a curriculum of social justice.
We’d like to recognize two of our amazing non-profits that are celebrating their services to the environment this October. On October 7, Washington Conservation Voters (WCV) will celebrate 19 years of environmental advocacy and political action in the State of Washington. EJK is honored to host a table at their annual Breakfast of Champions, and is excited to hear Jim Whittaker, the first American to climb Mt. Everest, speak.
In addition, Feet First is celebrating 10 years of promoting walkable communities across the state. Feet First festivities will take place Tuesday, October 11, 2011 at the NORD Building in Pioneer Square. Thank you to WCV and Feet First for making Washington a better place to live!