Join us for our premier annual fundraiser co-presented by Bamboo Health and Beacon Health Solutions to support SW Washington’s oldest behavioral health organization.
Your participation helps someone in crisis receive mental health counseling and/or addiction treatment. Your support changes lives!
Friday, May 20, 2022
Doors open at 6 p.m.
Hilton Vancouver Washington
301 W 6th Street, Vancouver, Washington
This is an in-person event with an option to join the live event, virtually. COVID-19 protocols in line with the current Washington State Department of Health recommendations at the time of the event will be in effect. Thank you for your understanding as we work to keep our guests and staff safe.
Spring Gala FAQs
Mixed Greens, Arugula, Roasted Beets, Crumbled Goat Cheese, Toasted Pecans, Pomegranate Vinaigrette
Second Course: (choose one)
- Roasted Sirloin Medallions with a peppercorn demi glace, Fingerling Potatoes and Fresh Seasonal Vegetables (Gluten Free)
- Pan Seared Pork Rib Eye with a pork jus, spiced pear chutney, fried sage, and balsamic reduction, Roasted Sweet Potatoes, and Fresh Seasonal Vegetables (Gluten Free)
- Cauliflower Lasagna, ricotta, mozzarella cheese, spinach cream pesto, charred mushrooms and Fresh Seasonal Vegetables (vegetarian)
- Vegan option available upon request
Third Course: (choose one)
- Summer Fruit Tartlet
- Gluten-Free Chocolate Dessert
Charcuterie Box – Brie, smoked cheddar, manchengo, a bousin spread for dipping, crackers, olives, salami, berries, and a small sweet.
Choice of alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverage
There will be a live auction during the Gala. Packages to be announced soon!
Brown & Brown Northwest
Church & Dwight
Columbia Credit Union
Community Health Plan of Washington
Evergreen Memorial Gardens
Providence Health & Services
SW WA LULAC Council 47013
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