Thank you to all who joined us at this event!

With your help, we raised over $35,000 to support Northwest Hope & Healing

 

Cork, Fork, & Support was a grand success—where an awesome gathering of friends, colleagues and neighbors gathered at the historic Melrose Market Studios for a fun night of tasting local wines, cider and spirits and delectable hors d’oeuvres.

Guests bid on awesome auction packages, bought raffle tickets, and raised their paddle—all in support of local women who are undergoing treatment at the Swedish Cancer Institute for breast or gynecologic cancer. 

Thank You to Our Sponsors

Thank you again to Health Perspectives Group, Lake Partners Strategy Consultants, and Swedish Cancer Institute for your premier sponsorship of the event—almost 100% funded by your sponsorships. Thank you Wells Fargo for your volunteers, and to all of our other donors, sponsors, and volunteers. Because of your kindness and generosity, more women who are struggling financially will be supported while undergoing cancer treatment.

Thank You to Our Participating Wineries

Elsom CellarsJM CellarsOne Hope WineCopperworks DistillingSidetrack DistilleryNashi Orchards

Thank You to Our Raffle Donors

Aluvé Winery
Art by Marilyn MacAbee
Beautycounter skincare by Alexandria Maruska
Copperworks Distilling Company
Fini
Hotel 1000
Local 360
Massage by Stephanie Scott
Mercer Wine
Nashi Orchards
Sassafrass Seattle
Shoppe Florette
Structure Cellars
The Finerie
The Hawks Score
Washington Ensemble Theatre

As one of Northwest Hope and Healing’s three major annual fundraisers, this event enables us to provide these women with immediate financial assistance—funds that can be applied towards everyday living expenses such as childcare or groceries, reliable transportation and/or emergency rent. Some of these women would be unable to make an electric bill payment or even put food on the table for their children, were it not for our support.

 

Our Sponsors:

Swedish Cancer InstituteHealth Perspectives GroupLake Partners Strategy Consultants

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