Parent Trust for Washington Children's events bring community members together. In celebration and support of families in our state, we can all make a difference.
206-233-0156 ext. 231
Attend an EventEach year, Parent Trust holds several events designed to raise funds for its parent education and family support programs, build community with Parent Trust supporters and participants, and celebrate strong, healthy families throughout the State of Washington. We hope you will join us at our next one!
KIDS Matter! 2nd Annual Benefit Luncheon,
September 25, 2014
The Westin Seattle, downtown
Parent Trust Joins MultiCare Foundation for the Courage Classic Bicycle TourAugust 1, 2, and 4, 2014
Joining our lead partner Agency, Mary Bridge Hospital and MultiCare Foundation, Parent Trust provides Volunteer Teams for Customer Service and Support Logistics. For More info, and to Volunteer >>
9th Annual “A Taste of Spring, an exclusive evening with JM Cellars and DeLille Cellars”
6-8pm May 22, 2014
Our intimate gathering is at the World Trade Center on the Seattle waterfront.
Accompanying the wines will be savory, sublime, creamy and scrumptiously sweet cuisine to delight your palate. This is a warm and lively evening! It brings our Parent Trust friends and community partners together through great wine, great cuisine and a shared commitment to Washington families.
Please join our Spring celebration and support Parent Trust’s Mission to create lasting change and hope for the future.
Sponsorships are available, For More info >>
KIDS Matter! 35th Anniversary Benefit Luncheon,
September 26, 2013
Thanks to our business sponsors, individual supporters and advocates, the 2013 KIDS Matter! 35th Anniversary Luncheon was a resounding success! We exceeded our goal and raised over $84,000 for our parent education and family support programs. Over 175 caring individuals, company representatives, municipal and children's justice system officials, and moms and dads attended our first luncheon benefit. We remembered key milestones of Parent Trust's successes, starting with our first parent support meetings in vans back in 1978, to our state-wide expansion for help, support, and resources to strengthen families.
Lacey and Olivia's story of triumph as a participant in a parent education program was inspiring to our supporters. For more on Lacey’s story and to learn how you can Donate to Parent Trust, view our Donate page >>