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Annual Benefit Luncheon

20th Annual PEPS Benefit Luncheon

Nikki Silvestri, Founder and CEO of Soil and Shadow

Nikki Silvestri, Founder and CEO of Soil and Shadow, is our keynote speaker.


Note: If you were invited by a table captain, your table captain will take care of registering you!

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2018 Sponsors

Get to know the entire Luncheon
sponsorship team here.

Clear your plate for the best Luncheon in town!

Our theme is Counting on Community.

Tuesday, March 6, 2018
Seattle Center Fisher Pavilion

  • 11 am Social Hour
  • 11:45 - 1 pm Seated Lunch and Program

Directions and Parking – Please plan ahead: Click here for a map to Fisher Pavilion, located in the heart of Seattle Center, 305 Harrison Street, Seattle, WA 98109. Fisher Pavilion is adjacent to Key Arena, Seattle Children's Theatre and The Armory, near 2nd Avenue and Thomas Street. Seattle Center's First Avenue, Mercer Garage and 5th Avenue Parking Lot are each a 5-minute walk from Fisher Pavilion. Street parking on meters may be available.

The Luncheon is the largest annual fundraiser for PEPS, raising one-quarter of our annual budget. There is no cost to attend the Luncheon, but guests will be asked to make a personally-meaningful donation during the program, and gifts of $300 and $500 will be matched.

Can't make the Luncheon?

Take a seat at our virtual table and support PEPS and future parents with a gift in lieu of attendance! You can make a gift online by clicking here or you can mail your gift (check payable to PEPS) to: PEPS, Sunnyside Ave N, #324 Seattle, WA 98103.

If you were invited by a table captain, please note their name on your check or in the online giving form comment field.

PEPS Benefit Luncheon

2017 Luncheon Highlights

  • Watch... our Luncheon video featuring the Schwarz-Useche Family's story of connection and support.
  • Read... PEPS Executive Director Jessica Lawmaster's remarks about where PEPS is headed and how what we do is grounded in current brain science.
  • Read... our 5th Annual PEPsTALK story teller Tracy Cutchlow's thoughts on the power of vulnerability and connection.

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