Style’17: Tickets on Sale Now!

 

Join us on April 6, 2017 at Style’17!

Please join us for a fantastic evening of fashion, fun, and fundraising! The annual fashion show is Northwest Hope & Healing’s biggest event of the year where supporters gather for a high-energy evening to support women undergoing treatment for breast and gynecolgic cancers.  We are thrilled to hold the event in abrand-new downtown space, Block41that will provide great ambience.

There are 3 ticket levels: Buy Tickets Now

Runway VIP:  $250

  • Be a Party Captain, bring 7 friends: $2,000 for 8 tickets
  • Doors Open at 6:30pm
  • Reserved seating in front row
  • Hosted wine and appetizer reception 6:30-7:30pm with reserved space for Party Captains
  • Limited availability

VIP: $125

  • Be a Party Captain, bring 7 friends:  $1,000 for 8 tickets
  • Doors Open at 6:30pm
  • Open seating in VIP section
  • Hosted wine and appetizer reception from 6:30-7:30 with reserved space for Party Captains

General Admission: $50

  • Doors Open at 7:00pm
  • No-host bar available

Tickets are on sale now.  We sold out last year….so buy yours today!

Special thanks to our co-chairs, Amy Daly-Donovan and Erin Daly, for returning this year to lead the show.  Thank you also to the committee, models, and volunteers for their marvelous efforts to make this our best show yet!  For questions about tickets, email Amy.

Thank you to our sponsors:

Swedish Medical Center,

 CRG Events, Filament Wealth Management,

Stokes LawrenceSandra Hines, Windermere,

The Wine Group, and Block 41.

Title Sponsor, Swedish Cancer Institute:

 

Thank you to all of our sponsors for helping to make this event successful!  If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please email our Executive Director Kristina Dahl at kristina@nwhopeandhealing.org

Cork Fork and Support – Our Wine Tasting Fundraiser was a Hit!

On Thursday, October 20, 2016, we were thrilled to see a record-breaking number of attendees at our annual wine tasting fundraiser, “Cork, Fork, and Support,” held in the gorgeous underground Melrose Market Studio on Capitol Hill.

Guests enjoyed local wine and spirits, along with passed his d’oeuvres and a table full of delectable small bites as they bid on awesome auction packages and purchased raffle tickets—all in support of local women who are undergoing treatment at the Swedish Cancer Institute for breast or gynecologic cancer.

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.

Special Thanks to our Auction Donors:

Finerie Seattle, Ben Bridge JewelerProper Picnic, and many others

Warm Thanks to our Wineries:

JM Cellars, Benziger Family Winery, Chloe Wine Collection, Concannon Vineyard, Cupcake Vineyards, and Elsom Cellars.

And More Thanks to our Caterer:

Tuxedos & Tennis Shoes

Northwest Hope and Healing on KING5 New Day Northwest

New Day Northwest for Style16On April 20, 2016, Northwest Hope and Healing’s Executive Director Kristina Dahl made an appearance on KING5’s New Day Northwest.

Kristina Dahl and NW Hope & Healing grant recipient Tracey Hilton made an appearance on New Day Northwest to talk about how NW Hope & Healing helps cancer patients, and the growing need for assistance within our community.

View the segment here: www.king5.com

 

Style ’16 Fundraiser a Record Breaking Success!

Models line up

Thank you to the many, many people who made Style’16 an incredible success.  We are thrilled to report that the event generated over $205,000 – a record breaking year!

Firefighter 3

Red dressThis year’s attendees were treated to the sight of inspirational cancer survivors modeling beautiful fashions from local boutiques, along with handsome (and kind-hearted) firemen, not to mention a wonderful night out.

These lovely survivor-ladies and their firefighter friends had a blast getting glammed up at Ola Salon & Spa before the show, then parading their favorite fashions from Finerie SeattleCarmilia’sCoastal Surf Boutique3 Wishes BoutiquePeridot BoutiqueScotch & Soda Official SiteVia LagoVisette Boutique, and West Seattle Runner down the catwalk.

Fist pumpBlow kissWe could not have done it without incredible community support, and we are so grateful to everyone who contributed.

Northwest Hope and Healing wishes to extend a sincere thank you to our donors, sponsors, models, boutiques, volunteers, committee members, and in-kind donors, along with deep gratitude to the volunteer planning committee for their hard work: Amy Daly-Donovan, Erin Daly, Kathy Petras, Shanti Lang, Tracey Hilton, Kimberly Law, Peggy Nelson, and Patrick Murphy.

To watch a video taken the night of the event, click here >

To order prints directly from the photographer, click here >

The team that put this event together, from left to right: Amy Daly-Donovan, Erin Daly, and NWHH Executive Director Kristina Louise Dahl

The team that put this event together, from left to right: Amy Daly-Donovan, Erin Daly, and NWHH Executive Director Kristina Louise Dahl

Swedish Community Impact Award

Northwest Hope & Healing was presented with the 2011 Swedish Community Impact Award from Swedish Medical Center.

impact-awardThis award recognizes a corporation or foundation whose ongoing support of Swedish Medical Center has made an important impact on the health of the people and community they serve.

Shown at right: NWHH Founder Christine Smith and former Executive Director Shari Sewell.

 

On September 15th, Northwest Hope & Healing was recognized in an awards ceremony at the Swedish Donor Recognition Event held at the Seattle Tennis Club. Northwest Hope & Healing was presented with the 2011 Swedish Community Impact Award which recognizes a corporation or foundation whose ongoing support of Swedish Medical Center has made an important impact on the health of the people and community they serve.

“This award is the result of the generosity of our donors and supporters. The Community Impact Award is an honor to receive and we look forward to continue to assist women who are battling cancer.” says Executive Director, Shari Sewell.

Since 2000, Northwest Hope & Healing (NWHH) has partnered with Swedish Medical Center to offer support to women who are battling breast cancer in the Puget Sound area. Through their Healing Programs, which include the Patient Assistance Fund and the Healing Basket Program, NWHH has sent a message of love, life, and hope to more than 6,800 women who are fighting breast cancer. After paying for medical care, deductibles, co-pays and prescriptions, many patients face a shortfall for basic needs like food and rent. The NWHH Patient Assistance Fund helps ensure that women don’t have to skip treatment to have food on the table, childcare during treatments, transportation to appointments, or a roof over their heads.

In addition, signature Healing Baskets are filled with items such as a teddy bear, soothing hand lotion and herbal tea. Healing Baskets are given free of charge to newly diagnosed breast cancer patients at all Swedish Campuses which include First Hill, Cherry Hill, Edmonds, and Issaquah, as well as the Swedish Cancer Institute affiliate at Highline Hospital in Burien.

Other awards were presented by Swedish to John L. Petersen M.D. and Saul Rivkin M.D., Martin S. Siegel M.D., Anne and Wayne Gittinger.

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Senator Patty Murray Awards Christine Smith

Senator Patty Murray Presents Golden Tennis Shoe Award to Northwest Hope & Healing Founder Christine Smith

Golden Tennis Shoe AwardSenator Patty Murray, along with Senator Barbara Boxer honored Christine Smith at the annual Golden Tennis Shoe awards luncheon on Thursday April 4th at the Westin Hotel in downtown Seattle. Christine was selected to receive the 2007 Golden Tennis Show for her continued support of breast cancer patients, survivors, advocates, as well as her positive influence and support of those touched by the disease.

Christine Smith One of 25 Yoplait Champions

Yoplait, the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation and SELF Magazine announce they have selected Christine Smith, Founder of Northwest Hope and Healing, as one of 25 Yoplait Champions for 2006.

Christine was selected for clearly demonstrating her strong and sustained commitment to the breast cancer cause and continues to impact others’ lives in the community, after beating breast cancer in 2000. Christine started a remarkable organization called Northwest Hope and Healing and shows how personal tragedy can be turned into something positive.

Yoplait Christine Meets NancyYoplait Christine AwardShown at left: Christine meets Nancy Brinker, founder of Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, and presents a Longaberger Healing Basket.

Shown at right: Christine accepts her award.