Wednesday, November 6, 2019
12:00-1:00pm | Registration opens at 11:00
Sheraton Seattle | 1400 6th Ave
2019 Event Chairs
2019 Voices for Humanity Award Recipient
|Lynne and Brad Smith||Alayne Sulkin, ParentMap|
Thank you to our Corporate Sponsors!
Partners: Deloitte | Karr Tuttle Campbell | ParentMap
Thank you to our Individual Sponsors!
Presenting Partners: Steven Baral | Carl and Joann Bianco | George and Mimi Elbaum
Visionaries: Powell Family Foundation, Nancy E. Powell and Carol P. Heller Divisions
Benefactors: Loeb Family Charitable Foundations | Lynne and Brad Smith
Patrons: Arik and Rebecca Cohen | Bob Frey, Lakeside Advisors | Krijn and Judy de Jonge | Ron Friedman and Lili A. Sacks | Eric and Suzi Levine | Rita and Herbert Rosen Family Foundation | The Simon Family Foundation and NOVA Fisheries | Allan Steinman and Diane Sigel-Steinman | Peter and Leslie Strong
Leaders: Shelley and Larry Bensussen | Zane and Celie Brown | Rich and Sandy Ellenbogen | Lori and Claudio Guincher | Carol and Alan Sidell | Alex and Lucy Sytman
Partners: Jacquie Bayley | Marc and Leah Boman | Julie and David Chivo | Michael Cohen and Laurie Warshal Cohen | Susan Edelheit | James and Gloria Gottesman | Gene and Gerry Huppin | Daphne Minkoff and Noah Tratt | Steve Pruzan and Janet Abrams | Anita and Arnie Reich | Iantha and Stan Sidell
Support the 2019 Voices for Humanity Luncheon
Your support this year as a sponsor, donor, and/or table captain has never been more important. With a brand new exhibit and a growing organization, we are reaching more teachers, students, and community members than ever before. As we look back at 30 years and into the next 30, we hope you'll consider partnering with us on our important mission to teach the lessons of the Holocaust, inspiring students of all ages to confront bigotry and indifference, promote human dignity, and take action!
Ways to get involved:
Can't make it to the luncheon this year? Donate to support Holocaust education and celebrate 30 years of impact for the Holocaust Center for Humanity!
Look back the 2018 Voices for Humanity Luncheon: