EaWA Holiday Giving Gala

Holiday fun and fundraising for Vanessa Behan!

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Tuesday, December 7, 2021
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM (PST)
The McGinnity Room
116 West Pacific Avenue Suite 100
Spokane, WA 99201-3622
United States

Event Details

Introducing our first annual Holiday Giving Gala!

We are coming together and celebrating the holidays this year and benefiting Vanessa Behan. Join us in raising money and awareness for a great cause in our local community. 

Plan ahead or get started now! We will have a donation page available for you and your company to make monetary donations to Vanessa Behan. Amy Vega, Vanessa Behan's Executive Director, will be attending the event and sharing about the impact your gift makes.

Bring items to donate to meet the immediate needs of families in our communities! In exchange, we will give you complimentary drink tickets (maximum of two per guest). 

Heavy appetizers and desserts will be served. A bar will be available for drink purchases.


Pricing:

$39 Regular (11/6 - 11/26)

$49 Late (11/27 - 12/6)

Instead of soliciting sponsors for this event, WMFHA encourages supplier partners to donate that money to Vanessa Behan to support our fundraising efforts!
The first 50 guests to register will be entered into a drawing for one of two surprise giveaways!

This event will strictly follow all CDC recommended guidelines to protect guests against the spread of COVID-19.


Photo Release:
Washington Multi-Family Housing Association (WMFHA) events may be photographed or video recorded. By participating in this event, you consent to your photograph/video recording being used for promotional purposes including but not limited to WMFHA promotional material, website, and social media.

For More Information:

Tricia Johnson
Tricia Johnson
Director of Events 4256569077

Vanessa Behan’s vision is to provide immediate refuge for children and support to strengthen families. This evolved from the tragic story of Vanessa Kay Behan, a Spokane girl who died from child abuse injuries at the age of two. Following her death, a group of local business people established the organization so that parents would have a safe place to bring their children in the face of crises.

Their primary services are:

  • 24-hour child care for infants and children under the age of seven
  • Parent education
  • Crisis counseling for parents
  • Referrals to other community agencies