Annual Auction 2014
Snohomish Education Foundation Hosts
“Imagine… the impact you can make!” Fundraising Auction
On October 4, 2014 Snohomish Education Foundation hosted its “Imagine… the impact you can make!” Annual Fundraising Auction at the Tulalip Casino Resort. This event grossed over $168,500.The evening began with a competitive and energized silent auction, followed with a performance by Glacier Peak High School’s Brass Quintet, and a night of frenzied live auction bidding. During the fund a need portion of the evening Emerson Principal, Craig Church, shared the many programs the Foundation has provided funding for over the years and the positive impact it has had on his students and teachers. Grant Duffy, Glacier Peak High School Senior also shared the phenomenal opportunities he has been provided through the District’s cutting edge Machining Pathways program and how these opportunities have encouraged him, his peers and future Snohomish students to go forth and make a difference in the World.
“Thanks to our many generous donors, corporate sponsors, and volunteers this evening was a great success.” stated Patty Venema, Auction Co-Chair. “The funds donated today make a lasting impact on the students of tomorrow, our community as a whole and globally. The monies raised will allow us to continue funding our District-wide projects, Classroom Grant, Scholarship, and Hansen Shoe Fund programs.”
The Foundation extends a special thank you to our Premier sponsors that made this annual event a huge success: SBI, Boeing, and Mountain Pacific Bank.
The Foundation sincerely thanks Auction attendees, our corporate partners and our growing list of supporters for the key role they play in Supporting Student Success. Thank you to Annual Sponsors: SBI, Boeing, Mountain Pacific Bank, Sodexo, Beresford, Coastal Community Bank, Heritage Bank, Kirtley Cole, Columbia Bank, Comcast, Dykeman Architecture, Foster Pepper LLP, Harvey Airfield, Ideal Communications, and McDaniel’s Do-it Center and our Event Sponsors: Chinook Lumber, TC Hyatt/John L Scott, McKinstry, and NAC Architecture.
“We are happy to be able to provide support to a Foundation that falls in line with our corporate values and sees the value and vision of providing cutting edge technology education in public schools.” Said Doctorate Level Sponsor SBI CEO, Raymond Near, “Imagine… the edge the students of Snohomish are being provided.”