Join us at our 2015 Spring Fundraising Gala on April 10th
Who: U.S. Representative Derek Kilmer, Kirkland City Councilmember Shelley Kloba, NPI’s Andrew Villeneuve, and speakers to be announced
What: A special event to benefit the work of the Northwest Progressive Institute
When: Friday, April 10th, 2015 | Reception starts at 6:30 PM, main program at 7:20 PM
Where: Mercer Island Community & Events Center
8236 SE 24th Street, Mercer Island, 98040
Refreshments: Full dinner buffet with vegetarian and vegan choices, beer and wine available from our cash bar
Getting there: The Mercer Island Community & Events Center is conveniently located off of Interstate 90 (Island Crest Way exit) on Mercer Island. It’s a very short walk from the Mercer Island Park & Ride, which is served by many bus routes, such as Sound Transit’s 550 Express.
We recommend taking transit to get the event if you’re coming from Seattle or Bellevue.
For those who will be driving, consider carpooling to the event so you can use the express lanes or the HOV lanes on I-90. If you need to come from the north Eastside, take 148th Avenue NE or Bellevue Way to I-90 instead of I-405. There is ample parking available at the Community Center itself.
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Sponsor the gala
Organizations and groups are invited to participate in NPI’s 2015 Spring Fundraising Gala by sponsoring the event. All sponsors receive recognition in the event program, on NPI’s website, and onscreen at the event. The quantity of complimentary tickets provided varies by sponsorship level.
Can’t make it on April 10th?
You can still support NPI!
Make a donation by credit card:
… or mail a check to:
Northwest Progressive Institute
Post Office Box 264
Redmond, WA 98073-0264
We also accept in-kind contributions: airline miles and office supplies are always appreciated. Please get in touch with us if you want to make an in-kind contribution.
Although we are a nonprofit, please note that NPI is not organized as a charity. Consequently, contributions to NPI are not tax-deductible.
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