Cupid’s Undie Run is a super fun, crazy 1-mile charity race where runners wear ONLY UNDERWEAR. Seattle’s edition takes place this Saturday at Westlake at noon! Cupid’s Undie Run focuses on the amazing mission to raise awareness for NF (Neurofibromatosis) and provide funds to The Children’s Tumor Foundation. The event is held in a total of 39 cities nationally and has currently raised over $2 million. Unlike other cities who hosted the run earlier this month with freezing temperatures like DC and Detroit, Saturday’s forecast calls for a party cloudy day and a high of 52 here in Seattle.
The World is Fun (TWIF) is a Seattle based nonprofit organization with a mission to get Seattleites involved in their community. Working in partnership with over 70 Seattle based nonprofit organizations, TWIF engages the community in volunteering and giving back in a fun and social way. This local social club is 100% volunteer-run and has given back $1 million in Volunteer Service Value to the Seattle area. We recently had the chance to interview the fabulous lady who started TWIF in 2009, Amy Faulkner.
Seattle-based Friends of the Columbia City Theater and Dreaming In Color Entertainment is hosting The 10 Million Rays of Light™ Benefit Concert this Saturday, January 9, 2016 at the historic Columbia City Theater. Doors open at 7:00pm, concert starts at 8:00pm, and the event is 21+. Tickets are $15 and benefits Solight Design’s 10 Million Rays of Light™ Campaign, a 501©(3) nonprofit project whose social and environmental mission is to distribute solar-powered lights, including SolarPuffs, to third world and underdeveloped regions such as Nepal, Haiti, Greece and Syria.
5th Annual Cider Taste Fundraiser benefiting the 2016 harvest.
City Fruit is hosting their annual Cider Taste Fundraiser on Thursday, November 12th. City Fruit is a Seattle non-profit that promotes the cultivation of urban fruit to nourish people, build community, and protect the climate. Urban fruit trees are all over Seattle, but the fruit often goes unused because people don’t know when to harvest or how to use it. City Fruit is reclaiming the “urban orchard” by showing people how to harvest what they need and to share the rest with others.