There’s No Place Like WACAP’s Children’s Hope Gala and Auction

Logo for WACAP Children's Hope Gala - There's No Place Like Home… because this November night in the Emerald City (Seattle) isn’t just another evening out. Furthermore, it’s an evening you don’t want to miss, for a lot of reasons.

Enjoying the Occasion With Someone Special.
If you needed a reason to take an evening off and to relax in good company, you’ve got one … on Saturday, November 17 at Seattle’s Four Seasons Hotel. At 5:30 p.m., our silent auction begins, followed by dinner, a live auction, and an all-around memorable evening hosted by Joyce Taylor. This year also boasts an after-event soiree at nearby Thoa’s Restaurant (purchase tickets online). 

If you haven’t already, reserve your spot this year and join us on November 17! (And why not wear your red shoes?)

(Paddles Provided!)
With such an array of exciting auction items to choose from, put your paddle down at your own risk. (Check out our preview catalog of this year’s auction items.) 

At this year’s Children’s Hope Gala, hundreds will gather with you to celebrate the theme of the evening, “There’s no place like home.” Since 1976, WACAP has found adoptive families for over 10,000 orphaned and vulnerable children worldwide — and we are thrilled to celebrate the joy a family brings. 

Making an Impact.
Remembering the 150 million orphaned children across the globe, this evening allows us to recall promises made and demonstrate our ongoing commitment to making “home” a reality for the children who continue to wait. The funds raised during this event support WACAP’s Promise Fund, helping us bring hundreds more children who are in need of a family home

Special thanks to presenting sponsor Group Health for helping making this event possible.


WACAP (World Association for Children and Parents) is one of the largest and most experienced international nonprofit adoption and child assistance agencies in the United States. Since 1976, we’ve placed over 10,000 children with loving adoptive parents and provided food, medical care and education to more than 200,000 children around the world.
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