DAY OF COMPASSION
Partner with WTCSE Nonprofits to Benefit the Community
Are you ready to join the challenge? The World Trade Center Seattle is excited to participate in The Compassion Games with this kick-off celebration and networking opportunity. We hope you’ll consider joining the effort to help our community thrive!
Join the World Trade Center Seattle’s nonprofit members in an exciting initiative that promotes community service in a fun and engaging way. Learn how our members are involving themselves in the community during The Compassion Games, held September 11 through 21, and use this Day of Compassion to sign up to participate in the service opportunities they plan to host. In The Compassion Games, competition becomes “coopetition” as teams and individuals challenge one another through community service, acts of kindness, and raising funds for local causes.
All good deeds, volunteer hours, money raised, and people impacted between the dates of September 11 and September 21 will be logged via a web-based report map, a platform viewed publicly by millions of people. Help the World Trade Center Seattle nonprofit teams directly impact Seattle’s compassion rating with the goal of winning the title “Most Compassionate City in America.”
- Jean Thompson, CEO of Seattle Chocolates
- Cynthia Figge, Co-Founder of CSR Hub
- Hereditary Chief Phil Lane Jr., Chairman of Four Worlds International Institute
Bring your business card and enter to win a drawing for $500 in Alaska Airline miles.
Valet parking is complimentary.
This program is brought to you by Kibble & Prentice and the World Trade Center Seattle.