The holiday season is a time of giving, and what better way to spread joy than by contributing to charitable initiatives? The following are five toy drives in Seattle to support this year.
Organizations across the state are rallying to ensure that no one goes hungry during the holidays.
Tutta Bella, a Seattle-based restaurant group and Neapolitan pizzeria, is raising funds for those impacted by the tragic Maui wildfires in the best way it knows how: donating proceeds from a delicious, special-edition pizza.
To kick off Washington Wine Month, Tinte Cellars hosts a Diaper Drive throughout March. Donations are accepted at all Tinte Cellars locations throughout the state and will benefit Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic, one of the Pacific Northwest’s largest community health centers.
Now through Dec. 30, AAA Washington hosts its annual Soap for Hope toiletry drive for locals facing hygiene poverty. With that, AAA Washington members, shoppers and staff can bring unused hygiene products to any of its 15 locations across Washington State.
Courtney LeMarco is the creative mind behind the newly founded LeMarco Network—an inclusive professional community that’s working to provide artists with the right resources to succeed in today’s entertainment industry.
On June 5, Seattle’s top makers and bakers will come together at Jensen Marina for Plan C: Bake Sale for Choice, a event to help raise funds for organizations supporting reproductive rights and access to safe abortions.
Just in time for the new school year, Bellevue-based Ascend Hospitality Group partnered with former Seahawk and Super Bowl champion Cliff Avril and the Cliff Avril Family Foundation to launch the Cliff Has Your Back program. This collab provides underprivileged children with a custom-designed backpack, filled with supplies.
Auction of Washington Wines (AWW), a Seattle-based nonprofit that advances awareness of the Washington wine industry, has announced its 2021 event series, featuring both virtual and intimate in-person opportunities. In addition to championing the Washington wine industry, the series will also support Seattle Children’s and the WSU Viticulture and Enology program.
This spring, Cedarbrook Lodge in Seattle is asking guests to Drink Wine for Good, a campaign partnering with Mary’s Place and Andrew Latta Wines that supports those in need.