Puget Sound Sage is turning ten!
Join us in celebrating Puget Sound Sage's 10th Anniversary. We will honor a decade of movement building and huge policy wins for working families in the region. Celebrate with 350+ policymakers, community, labor, faith, and environmental leaders from across the Northwest as we celebrate the successes, and look towards the next decade of building socially just, sustainable communities where all people can thrive.
Featuring soul food by Chef Dayo Jones of Dayosense Catering, Northwest beer and wine, raffle prizes, fun in the photo booth and a dance party to close out the night! An event for families and friends, advocates and allies - we can't wait to celebrate with all of you.
10th Anniversary Celebration
Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017
5:00pm - 8:00pm
King's Hall Seattle
2929 27th Ave South
Celebrate with us!
Purchase tickets today. Early bird tickets are available through August 31, 2017.
Tickets start at $75, and include a night of delicious food, music, dancing and plenty of time in the PhotoBooth! Be a Sage champion! Champion tickets are just $125 and include entry in our raffle drawing. Your chance to win over $700 in prizes to local restaurants, businesses and breweries!
Can't attend, but want to support? Purchase a ticket for an advocate who would love to come but cannot afford to attend. Email Kristen at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
With your investment, we're able to build stronger communities where all families have a place to live, work and play.
Contact Kristen Wendt at (206) 568-5000 x14 or email@example.com.
A decade of building socially just, sustainable communities.
Since our inception in 2007, Puget Sound Sage has brought together labor, faith, environmental and community groups to build an economy that benefits working families.
We work at the intersection of three elements critical to creating an equitable region: good jobs, equitable development and a healthy environment.
Our work has resulted in ground breaking policy changes such as Seattle's paid sick and safe leave, $15 minimum wage, ORCA Lift, and mandatory inclusionary housing policies to protect affordable housing in Seattle.