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Northwest Immigrant Rights Project's 27th Anniversary Celebration
Friday, May 13, 2011 from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project's Anniversary Celebration is moving to the springtime! Please join us for this exciting and inspiring event as we bring together compassionate community leaders, and NWIRP clients and supporters to celebrate NWIRP's 27th Anniversary and raise funds to fulfill our mission. The dramatic and flashy atmosphere of the Experience Music Project's Sky Church is sure to provide for an experience we won't soon forget! All proceeds to benefit Northwest Immigrant Rights Project. Featuring a live auction, delicious appetizers, wine and fun!
|Date: Friday, May 13, 2011|
|Time: 5:30 - 8:30p - Reception
6:45p - Brief Program and Awards
|Location: Sky Church at the Experience Music
Project (325 5th Avenue North | Seattle, 98109)
|▪ Delicious Appetizers|
| ▪ Short Program with presentation of Golden
Door and Amicus Awards
|▪ Mini-Live Auction|
|▪ Call for Support|
|Dress: Business Casual to Semi-Formal|
Tickets: $100 General Admission
$4.44 Round-trip Seattle Monorail ticket
Mini-Live Auction and Wall of World Wines
This year, NWIRP is adding something a little different to our event with our Wall of World Wines raffle. You can support our cause by making a donation to this raffle, held in conjunction with the mini-live auction. Our goal is to collect 100 bottles of wine from all over the world. Help us reach this goal by making a gift now or by donating a bottle of your favorite international wine!
In addition to gifts of world wine, NWIRP seeks donations of gift certificates or other items from your organization or business for its mini-live auction. NWIRP supporters have already donated tickets to the August 13th Sounders v. Chivas soccer game, and a private group sewing lesson!
To advertise and support NWIRP's services through donating, please fill out our Auction Procurement Form and return it to us at your earliest convenience. If you would like to discuss your potential donation further, please feel free to email Michelle, or call her at 206.957.8635.
Golden Door and Amicus Awards
NWIRP honored to present Michael Concannon with this year’s Golden Door award for his ongoing dedication to pro bono representation, especially in defending those who are detained. The Amicus Award will be presented to K&L Gates, for their work on the groundbreaking case of Rennison Castillo, and Omar Riojas & DLA Piper for their national litigation work on behalf of immigrants, especially in the case of Maria L. v. State of Nebraska.
Many Thanks to Our Generous Event Sponsors!
|Supporting NWIRP's 27th Year|
|Supporting NWIRP's 27th Anniversary Celebration|
|Gibbs Houston Pauw|
|MacDonald Hoague & Bayless|
| Bennett Bigelow & Leedom, PS
|Brad Smith & Kathy Surace-Smith|
|Cowan Miller & Lederman|
|Law Office of Marie Higuera|
| Pride Foundation
|Real Change Homeless Empowerment Project|
|Seattle University School of Law|
|Sisters of Providence|
|Stoel Rives LLP|
|Teamsters Local 117|
|Washington State Council of County and City Employees, Council 2|
| Williams Kastner
When & Where
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project promotes justice for low-income immigrants by pursuing and defending their legal status. We focus on providing direct legal services, supported by our education and public policy work.