Dragonslayer Warrior Walk

by Northwest Sarcoma Foundation

Northwest Sarcoma will be hosting it's annual walk at Magnuson Park, May 30 2020. We are looking for teams, sponsors, giveaways, tshirt sponsors, balloon arch designs, food donations, food trucks, bands, drumlines, cheerleaders, dancers, pom squads, face painters, balloon animal/hat designers, wheel chair sponsor (for the trail in case someone needs it), pet food sponsors, pet giveaways. 

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Knight Life Gala- Slaying Sarcoma

by Northwest Sarcoma Foundation

Northwest Sarcoma Foundation will be holding it's annual gala at the Seattle Renaissance Hotel on October 19, 2019.  We are looking for additional silent auction items, specialty live auction items, and sponsorship.

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Prayer Breakfast

by Permission To Start Dreaming (PTSD) Foundation

A Soldier’s Heart // 9th Annual Prayer Breakfast

We invite you to join us on September 13 at the most anticipated event of the year in Gig Harbor. Doors open at 7 am at Chapel Hill Presbyterian Church in Gig Harbor. Join us as we gather for an uplifting morning of prayer, testimony, and a delicious catered breakfast. Experience this special event as we see how God is working in the lives of our soldiers as they continue to serve their country and communities.

When a warrior lays down his arms, he or she continues to carry the burden of memory, often related to combat trauma. Memories that are often too painful and too heavy to bear alone. The Prayer Breakfast was created to provide the civilian community with the privilege of sharing the burden. The annual event offers an illuminating morning to witness the stories of overcoming adversity and the determination to overcome their battles. Every soldier has a story. Join us as our community listens to how our veterans have transitioned from defending our country to preparing for their future with a renewed sense of hope and healing.

The Permission to Start Dreaming Foundation’s most anticipated event of the year is our annual prayer breakfast. Give the one who has served this country a stage to share his heart and transformative journey as a warrior; the result is standing room only. The 9th annual event will be held at a new location this year with limited seating, so don’t delay purchasing your tickets when they go on sale this spring. 

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Swing For A Soldier

by Permission To Start Dreaming (PTSD) Foundation

The Permission To Start Dreaming Foundation presents the 2019 Swing For A Soldier Golf Tournament at Canterwood Golf + Country Club in Gig Harbor, Washington.

Join us on July 8th with a 12 PM shotgun start for a great day of golf, camaraderie and a great cause!

What to expect at the tournament:
Traditional 4-person scramble format (Cost: $250 per person)
Registration includes: Gold Cart, Gift Bag, Practice Range, Boxed Lunch, Dinner

Sponsoring Opportunities!

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Boy Scouts of America, Aloha Council

by Boy Scouts of America, Aloha Council

Boy Scouts of America chartered the Honolulu-based Aloha Council to deliver the 109-year-old organization’s suite of programs to young people in Hawaii and the Pacific. Our mission is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetime by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.  The Aloha Council serves nearly 11,000 young people through four programs: Cub Scouts, Scouts BSA, Venturing, and Exploring.

Scouting fills the need for a holistic youth development program in our community. Parents and children are faced with an assortment of activities from which to choose and these often focus on a single aspect of a child’s development. As a comprehensive program, Scouting helps children develop the attitudes, behaviors, and skill sets to prepare for academic, career, and life success.

Last fall, Scouting began admitting girls to Cub Scouts and nearly 400 girls joined in the first few months. We increased the number of Cub Scouts who went camping and increased the number of program leaders who received training. In 2019, we plan to grow the number of youths participating in our programs.

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Ulu A'e After School and Intersession Project

by Ulu A'e Learning Center

The Ulu A'e After School and Intersession Project provides after school and intersession place-based enrichment classes to 140 elementary and middle schools in the Kapolei, Makakilo and Ewa Regions. The curriculum is based on moolelo (storytelling) and kuleana (stewardship) in order to build the skills, confidence and relationships of students and to create an entire community knowledgeable about its history and culture. Our program includes service and aina-based experiences and classes in literacy, culture, hula, mele, arts and crafts, and historic sites.

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Fairbanks Reentry Coalition Supported Employment


The program intent is to improve acces to supported employment in the Fairbanks North Star Borough. Fairbanks Reentry Coalition (FRC) will provide supported employment services bringing hope to individuals in recovery from or at risk of Opioid Use Disorder. One of the goals of FRC is to help citizens returning to FNSB after incarceration find meaningful work. Employment is hindered by substance use disorder and the individual's criminal history. FRC brings community agencies together to address barriers and gaps in employment services. 


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Floating for Families Duck Race

by Family Patterns Matter Inc

OnSaturday, June 1st, at Lynch Park in Newnan, we are partnering with Sisters For Society in our first annual Floating For Families Duck Race. Our purpose is to bring the community together for a day of fun and education for vendors, activities and the duck race.  You can purchase a duck for $5.00. They are not real but will be racing through the pool at Lynch Park beginning at 10:30 am. You can sponsor and get your name on our t-shirt designed for the event. Or become a vendor for $35.00 and share your information and even have the opportunity to sell some items. Please join us and be part of this first ever duck race. For more information contact [email protected]

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Tutoring Matters

by Family Patterns Matter Inc

Coming together once a week for one hour, we help them catch up and stay caught up. Our tutors are volunteen. They work one on one to build trust and understanding  of how the child learns. We  include fun activities that are learning experiences. Our students struggle with math and reading. We serve k-12. We bring the love of learning to each one to allow them to reach their success level. 

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Festival of Trees 2019

by Willamette Community Health Solutions dba Cascade Health

Cascade Health is a nonprofit that puts on one major fundraiser a year - the Festival of Trees - which benefits the Pete Moore Hospice House. Festival of Trees is the premier holiday event in Lane County. The Festival of Trees transforms the Valley River Inn into a breathtaking winter wonderland during the week of Thanksgiving. Last year, our 26th year of Festival, nearly 18,000 people attended the event.

The Pete Moore Hospice House recently opened in February of 2017. It is the only hospice house in Lane County.

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The Gift of Life - A Story You Won't Forget - Jason Schechterle


"As a former police officer & burn survivor, his story captivates and inspires."  Christopher Grahm

Jason's presentation will show you about:

Overcoming adversity

Life Change

The Power of Love

The Human Spirit

Embracing Challenges

Always Be the Best Version of You

"The one true blessing we have, the one thing we can control, is our attitude.  It's the only thing you have control over, every single day, in every situation..."  Jason Schechterle  

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"Keep the Feast Coming" seafood benefit


We are seeking donation of food, silent auction items, or sponsorships for our annual "Keep the Feast Coming" benefit. Donations allow us to spend funds where they're most needed, keeping operating expenses down and more dollars foucsed on our mission: protecting seafood at the source. As it's an annual event, we can accept auction items such as gift cards or baskets all year round. Thank you for considering!

The event (May 10th, 2019):

Aboard the crab vessel F/V North American (as seen on Deadliest Catch), docked in Ballard

Join Brad Warren of Global Ocean Health/NFCC

Erling Skaar of F/V North American & GenTech

Terry Williams of Tulalip Tribes

Pete Knutson of Loki Fish, and many more.

The ocean feeds us well. 

Join us to Keep the Feast Coming.

Protecting abundant waters with Global Ocean Health.

Tour the vessel’s emissions-reducing technology and learn how Global Ocean Health empowers fishermen, growers, and tribes to tackle ocean acidification, hypoxia, sea level rise and related threats. It is the flagship program of the National Fisheries Conservation Center.

Hear from waterfront leaders about the work of Global Ocean Health in ensuring that the ocean continues to produce the fish and shellfish we love, for our grandchildren and beyond. Enjoy networking with like-minded folks, an amazing seafood spread, and some entertainment! 

Eat, drink, and enjoy yourself aboard a beautiful vessel on the Ballard docks - while supporting a great cause.

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Love In the Name of Christ


Mobilize local churches to transforms lives and communities In the Name of Christ

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The BIG Breakfast


The BIG Breakfast honors the thousands of kids Big Brothers Big Sisters impacts through mentoring each year, particularly highlighting our:

  • Brothers of the Year
  • Sisters of the Year
  • Community Partner of the Year
  • Matt Dobie Scholarship recipients

Together, our staff, volunteers, families, and supporters celebrate the proven power of mentoring in our community.

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St. Mary's Academy 31st Annual Auction


St. Mary’s Academy will present its 31st annual auction on April 13, 2019 at the Oregon Convention Center. St. Mary’s Academy is committed to educate and empower young women to be extraordinary leaders and innovators. We believe in community, and that our success is only possible through the continued support of our neighbors and friends. We value your partnership and are asking for your support of our students through a donation to our auction this year.


More about the SMA auction:

Our auction is one of Portland’s premier events – a festive evening of bidding, dining and raising funds, all to help provide over 1.8 million dollars annually in financial aid and offer programs that set St. Mary’s apart and define us as a premier college-preparatory high school for young women.

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C-Level @ A Mile High


C-Level @ A Mile High is the Colorado Technology Association’s largest fundraiser, packed with a C-level celeb aucton and the de the Tech Exchange to help carry out its mission of fueling Colorado’s economy through technology. It’s the perfect opportunity to build relationships with peers, win business and be introduced to tech companies and influential IT leaders in a setting unlike any other within Colorado.

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NALU Studies Maui Program for High-Risk Youth

by Pacific American Foundation is the fiscal sponsor NALU Studies Education Center

The NALU Studies Education Center is requesting 25K in funding to support the development of the NALU Studies Maui program, which will result in redirecting Maui's high risk, adjudicated, high school youth to see themselves as responsible environmental leaders and education as a valuable resource. NALU Maui youth will come to understand advanced scientific concepts and cultural protocols by working directly with scientist mentors and cultural practitioners in hands-on, experiential education approaches that address real world environmental issues.  We have been approached by the Honorable Judge Mark Browning of the Hawaii Family Court and Circuit Court. NALU Maui students will receive both high school and college credit so that they can graduate and not drop out and they will be trained to mentor peers and at-risk middle school youth to help them make healthy responsible decisions.  NALU Studies synergizes science, community service, and education, engaging at-risk, under-represented youth through a Hawaiian cultural contextual lens. Through NALU Studies' two components, consisting of the NALU Nature program that connects youth with engaging outdoor activities, and the rigorous NALU Academic program, that consists of labs, field work, a final exam, and a public presentation, we will be able to transform the lives of Maui high-risk youth to see themselves as responsible leaders taking action in support of their communities and the environment.

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Annual Underwriting Sponsors

by Chehalis Valley Educational Foundation

KACS Depends on Underwriting Sponsors to help us serve our community:

Business donations are define by the IRS and FCC ans underwriting sponsorships for our non-profit non-commercial community broadcasting public service.  Sponsors provide funding for each quarter hour we are on-air, covering the costs for that 15-minutes of our broadcast day.  In return we acknowledge your sponsor support naming your business, describing the products and services you provide, giving your location and contact information. Your contact information may include phone, website, and social media page.  We also provide our sponsors an interactive listing on our network website sponsor index including your logo, website and social media page links, address and phone number along with a description of your products and services.

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Wood Chipper to consolidate wastes from removal of invasive trees and plants


 Invasive plants, especially mangroves, have had a serious negative impact on the environment and usefulness of Hawaiian fish ponds. Ualapu'e fish pond is a registered historic site, but has suffered serious damage from storms, mangroves, and neglect. MA'ANA has obtained permits to restore this pond, once famous for production of fish and clams, by removing the mangroves and repairing the fish pond rock walls that were knocked down by a tidal wave. Volunteers have already begun to help make repairs and remove invasive plants. 

      MA'ANA is asking for donations either in the form of cash or useable equipment, specifically a commercial size wood chipper. Some of the wood can be chipped and sold to help subsidise labor costs to repair the fish pond.  Other plants and trees will be chipped to reduce impact at the landfill. Please consider donating to this cause. 


MA'ANA Board of Directors


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Historic Hawaiian Fishpond Restoration - Ualapu'e


      Invasive plants, especially mangroves, have had a serious negative impact on the environment and usefulness of Hawaiian fish ponds. Ualapu'e fish pond is a registered historic site, but has suffered serious damage from storms, mangroves, and neglect. MA'ANA has obtained permits to restore this pond, once famous for production of fish and clams, by removing the mangroves and repairing the fish pond rock walls that were knocked down by a tidal wave. Volunteers have already begun to help make repairs and remove invasive plants. 

      MA'ANA is asking for donations to speed up this process by providing a reasonable stipend to contract 3 to 5 local Hawaiian workers to expedite the process. Workers will be paid for 20 to 30 hours per week at $15.00/hour. Taking all taxes, overhead, and insurance considerations brings the a real cost of employment to $21.41/hr. Please consider donating to this cause. 


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Feast with Friends

by Futurewise

Futurewise is gearing up for our 13th Annual Feast with Friends this year, and we’re hoping you can join us. For over a decade, Futurewise has connected local farmers with top chefs, winemakers and beermakers to highlight Washington’s diverse, vibrant agricultural bounty and celebrate our advocacy work to protect our agricultural lands.

Your sponsorship of Feast with Friends underwrites event costs, allowing Futurewise to focus on:

* Protecting prime farmland and forest lands

* Creating healthy, vibrant, and equitable communities

* Ensuring our Puget Sound is clean and safe

* Advocating for public transit and green infrastructure

* Enabling leaders in Olympia to adopt policies that move our communities forward

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UNSTOPPABLE Music Empowerment Program


The effects of low self-esteem in children — depression, hostility/acting out, and poor social skills — are devastating. Underserved youth are particularly vulnerable. In response to this issue, Free2Luv® has created UNSTOPPABLE, an interactive, music-based empowerment program serving at-risk youth, designed to engage, enlighten, and empower youth to celebrate their own individuality and uniqueness.

Through popular music and powerful storytelling, we address topics pertinent to today’s youth — self-acceptance, anxiety, depression, overcoming adversity, bullying, the importance of kindness, racism, self-esteem, and goal development — all from a peer perspective. 

Teen performers stress to the students that they are not alone, that being different and unique is a strength, and that they too can overcome adversity. Our goal is to ignite a spark in every participant to inspire positive choices, and increased feelings of support and belonging. 



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Free2BeME Project: Journeys of Self-Discovery


In response to the bullying and youth suicide crisis that affects such a large number of youth each day, Free2Luv created the Free2BeME Project, an art-driven empowerment workshop geared toward meeting the needs of at-risk youth.

The Free2BeME Project creates a safe space for youth to express themselves creatively, develop self-esteem, foster teamwork, communication, and leadership skills - all while becoming more responsible and active stewards of their community.

Self-esteem in youth is at an all-time low, over 160,000 students are staying home from school every day due to bullying, and funds for the arts has been cut over 80% in U.S. public schools. We need to actively address these issues by offering our empowerment programming free-of-charge to underserved communities, affording them the opportunity to creatively express themselves through the power of the arts.

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Parkview Annual Auction Dinner

by Parkview Services

Join us for an evening of food and philanthropy to support Parkview's programs. We welcome back auctioneers April Brown and Mike Brown to host fun games, our live auction and a tasty dessert dash. We'll also have a raffle and silent auction to peruse at the start of the event. Help Parkview Services continue a now 51-year long legacy of inclusive affordable housing in the Pacific Northwest. Hope to see you there!

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16th Annual Gala Dinner & Auction

by Work Opportunities

Our 16th Annual Gala Dinner & Auction is biggest fundraising event of the year and is also a chance for us to show our appreciation for our clients, their supporters, and the community that supports what we do.

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2018 Lelli Memorial Scholarship Program


The Tacoma Propeller Club hosts a competition known as the Lelli Memorial Scholarship every year.  This program was established to acquaint public high school seniors and the citizens of Pierce County with the maritime industry and the effects of international trade on our community.

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Ahadi: A Benefit Dinner


We are happy to announce that this year GlobeMed at the University of Washington will be hosting our 6th annual Benefit Dinner! Ahadi: Celebrating Commitment to Global Health will take place at the Intellectual House on the 18th of May. Join us for a lively evening featuring a silent auction, keynote speakers, a fabulous catered dinner, live entertainment, and our very own GlobeMed wine! We can't wait to see you there!

GlobeMed’s mission is to instill and promote healthy global work practices within our members by holding weekly chapter meetings, where we discuss global health topics and engage in critical thinking, challenging the power dynamics that can arise when you have a party that's giving aid and a party that's receiving aid.

Our chapter is partnered with NECOFA, a Kenyan grassroots organization committed to uplifting and empowering its community through projects in sustainable agriculture, education, and environmental justice. For more information about UW GlobeMed and the work we do, please visit us at For more information on NECOFA, please visit

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Hats, Horses and Hope

by Partners For Affordable Housing

Our annual Hats, Horses and Hope event is a Kentucky Derby themed fundraiser.  We offer race viewing, cigar rolling, silent auction, games, betting opportunities and a wine/liquor wall, in addition to best dressed contests.  We would love to showcase your bourbon as a signature item!  We would acknowledge your gift in a variety of ways: signage, printed materials, our website, Facebook and Twitter pages, and more.  Proceeds from this event go to support our two emergency shelters for women and children who are experiencing homelessness.  Guests are invited to stay with us for up to 90 days while taking advantage of case management and programming support to help them overcome barriers, learn important skills and obtain safe and stable housing.  Almost half of our guests are children, so we work hard to also create a comfortable environment to create positive memories of the time when they were homeless.

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WEA Children's Fund Auction and Raffle


Washington Education Association holds its annual Representative Assembly in Spokane April 19-21, 2018. Over 1,000 members of the WEA come together. During this event, the WEA Children’s Fund will conduct silent auction and raffle drawings to raise money. We rely on individuals and organizations like yours for support. Not only will your 100% of your charitable donation be helping children in schools around the state, but by contributing items, you receive recognition for your organization.

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Harvest Beat Dinner and Fundraiser

by Chamber Music Madness

This event takes place at the Harvest Beat restaurant in Wallingford on May 11, 2018.  The evening will include a silent auction, spirits and appetizers, a unique, locally-sourced vegan/vegetarian dinner and a recital by the Skyros Quartet, our Artistic Directors.   Our goal is to raise $10,000.  The money we raise will go towards our youth programs. 

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