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Saturday, May 10, 5pm-8pm
Haiti Babi's 2nd Annual Mother's Day Fundraiser
The Impact Hub, 220 Second Ave. S. Seattle WA
Enjoy wine tastings from Proletariat Wines, O Wines, and Olympic Cellars, Caribbean food from Steel Pan restaurant, live music, and an unbelievable selection of auction prizes for you to bid on.
And a special surprise...
The event is being documented by Red Bull Media House!
Haiti Babi has been selected as one of three organizations from around the world to be featured in a documentary series on social enterprise.
The film production crew will be at the event. Come be a part of the Haiti Babi story.
Can't make the event? Please send your donations here.
Join us for our Mother's Day Fundraiser, Haiti Babi's biggest annual event . We love bringing our collective power together for an evening of inspiration and fun. This year's theme celebrates the legacy of the Haiti Babi community – the power to change the lives of Haitian women and their families. This is our largest fundraiser of the year so your generous donations are welcome. We are dedicated to empowering women in Haiti – giving them a hand up, not a hand out – to help build a brighter future for their children.
5:00 - 6:45
Live music by Shelby Earl, wine tasting, Caribbean small plates, and Silent Auction
6:45 - 7:00
7:00 - 7:30
Haiti Babi Legacy Program and Fund the Mission
7:30 - 8:00
Announcement of Auction Winners, Live Music, and Celebration
Seattle’s amber-voiced indie-folk artist, Shelby Earl, wasn’t born a songwriter. She became one. And in the words of NPR’s Ann Powers “She writes for those of us who’ve been through a few things.” Earl recognized from long stints in other bands, singing other people’s songs, that she was moved to do more — to become the kind of generative artist she’d long admired. The break up of her band, The Hope, in 2007 began Earl’s search for a role beyond being just “lead singer.” It was that search, and her belief in the rewarding work of songwriting, that led Earl to quit her corporate job in 2009 and start sharing her astoundingly powerful songs. In 2011 she released her debut solo album Burn the Boats, produced by John Roderick of the Long Winters and released on Local 638 Records. The title was inspired by her stepfather telling someone that Earl had “pulled all the boats ashore and burned them” to live her dreams.
Our silent auction is a huge hit with our guests. Check back for more details so you can plan your bidding strategy in advance! This year we have fantastic prizes including:
Seven-night stay in three-bedroom / three-bathroom condo in Kona, HI
Weekend stay (two nights) in one-bedroom Methow Valley Cabin
Three-night stay for six people in oceanside vacation home in Newport, OR
Sounders Tickets + Signed Jersey
Four VIP Husky Tickets + field access for game vs. Georgia Tech, plus UW gear
Hope Solo signed soccer ball
Two pre-season Seahawks Tickets plus Seahawks Kids Gift Pack
Two-hour interior design consultation with Jennie Gruss Interior Design
Home Energy Audit or two hours of design work
Photography Session with Photos by Bailey
Handmade duckling art print (framed)
Original painting by Jenna Abts
Original framed photo of Giants Causeway
Framed photo prints & "Urbanism Without Effort"
FOOD & DRINK
Guest-chef dinner & art at top of Smith Tower
Private Wine Tasting for 10 people
Two spots in HipCooks cooking class
Dinner for four at Dahlia Lounge + signed Tom Douglas cookbook
Tango Dining Gift Certificate
Steel Pan private 3-course dinner with wine for six
Tutta Bella gift basket and gift card
Wine Tasting for 10 at Stottle Winery
One month unlimited yoga at Sol Yoga
One month unlimited classes at Barre3
All-day outdoor climbing lesson for two
Two-hour kayak rental for two from Ballard Kayak
Two-hour private sail cruise for up to six people
Chef'n kitchen gadgets gift basket
Rivet & Sway sunglasses
Amy Pennington Books- Urban Pantry, Apples, and Apartment Gardening
Trucup Coffee gift basket
Alchemy Goods trio (Brooklyn Backpack, Rainier Handbag, and Elliott Mini Toiletry Kit)
Four admission tickets to EMP
We are excited to host our fundraiser at the literal birthplace of Haiti Babi! The Impact Hub in Pioneer Square is a nexus of socially minded start-ups and is where co-founders Katlin Jackson and Kari Davidson first met and launched their plan. We still call The Hub our Seattle home!
Directions and Parking Info here- http://www.impacthubseattle.com/location
We are thrilled to partner with The Steel Pan which features authentic, home-cooked Caribbean-style food. We will also serve delicious Washington wines.
Photos from the 2013 Event : Toast to Moms