Join us for our Annual Auction & Dinner on April 2
Conservation Northwest / Feb 20, 2020 / Events
The time is approaching for Conservation Northwest’s 17th Annual Hope for a Wild Future Auction & Dinner!
By Natalie Hauser, Auction Coordinator
Please join us in celebrating our biggest event of the year, which brings together our most dedicated supporters and community partners in commitment to keeping the Northwest wild.
Mark your calendar for Thursday, April 2nd, 2020 as we gather together for a memorable evening at Bell Harbor International Conference Center on the Seattle Waterfront. Come connect with fellow conservationists, philanthropists, and local business and community leaders over dinner, wine, and a beautiful view of the Puget Sound.
You will have the opportunity to learn more about how your support creates a wilder future for the Northwest, connect with Conservation Northwest staff, and bid on 80+ live and silent auction packages that you will not find anywhere else. These unique packages range from local Seattle excursions to overnight adventures throughout the Northwest. Range ride with our long-time partners at Gotham Ranch, treat your dearest to a romantic Seattle dining experience, see Lake Chelan in new ways on our Geology Soil & Wildlife Tour, take part in a Pygmy rabbit capture-and-release, and more. Enticed?
Online registration closes Monday, March 23rd. After this date, registration will only accepted by phone. You can call to reserve your seat at (206) 455-1067. The very last day to register is Friday, March 27th.
If you would to like help in more ways than one, let us know! If you are interested in offering your support by donating auction items please reach out to the auction team at auction (at) conservationnw.org. To learn more about volunteer opportunities, click here.
Last year, with the help of our most loyal and devoted supporters, our auction raised more than $419,000. With the continued support of community leaders like you, we hope to surpass this and to make even greater strides in our mission to protect, connect, and restore the wildlife and wildlands of the Northwest.