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6:00 PM


6:00 PM


Cocktail Reception

Magnum Pull

Silent Auction

7:00 PM



Live Auction

Raise the Paddle

8:00 PM*

Silent Auction Closes (*estimated time)


9:30-11:00 PM

After-Party: Live Music and Dancing with Side One

Late-Night Bites


The Westin Seattle provides valet and self-parking located off the corner of 6th Avenue and Westlake Avenue. Valet and self-parking are both discounted at $28 for the event.

Additional self-parking is available in The Westin Building Garage, not affiliated with The Westin Seattle. The entrance to The Westin Building is on Fifth Avenue, between Virginia and Lenora.



You should have received a personal bidding link to your cell phone and/or email from You will use this link to bid on the silent auction. If you have not received a link, please respond to this email with your name and cell phone number and/or email address.

Your personal bidding link is tied to your account and should not be sent to others.



When you arrive at the Westin, you’ll take the escalators or elevators to the fourth floor and the Grand Ballroom to check in at registration.

The Westin Seattle is offering a special group rate of $224. Book your group rate for Seattle Hope Gala via the button below or by calling the Westin's Central Reservations office at 1-888-627-8513.  Book by Friday, September 1, 2023 to get the reduced rate, subject to availability of rooms in the group room block at time of booking.

Want to stay the night?


"I joined KING 5 in April 2000, and I currently co-anchor KING 5 Mornings from 4:30-7 a.m. with Jake Whittenberg. 

It's a dream come true to work for a TV station I grew up watching as a kid. I was born and raised in Puyallup, and I love calling Western Washington home. 

Before I came to KING, I worked as a reporter and anchor in Las Vegas, where I survived the heat, and Syracuse, New York, where I endured the worst winters of my life. I'm a morning person, I love telling stories and I can't live without coffee. The best part of my job is being the first to inform our community of the news to help them get their day started, while consuming an endless amount of caffeine. 

When I'm not working, you'll find me running, dancing, playing the piano and trying the city's newest restaurants. My greatest accomplishment in life isn't the awards or accolades I've received, it's my two daughters who are the most delightful, funny, joyful kids on the planet, and who I attribute to making me a better human being."


Jeff Randall is one of the most highly requested auctioneers at the Stokes Auction Group, Inc.  Since 2001 Jeff has conducted over 835 Benefit Auctions for Philanthropic Organizations all across the US.

In 2019 Jeff was the auctioneer for 48 different fundraising auctions including JDRF chapters; March of Dimes; American Heart Association; Festival of Trees events; Professional Sports Team Foundations; Private Schools and Universities - helping to raise more than $20.3 million in combined Live Auction and Fund a Need revenues. Since 2006 Jeff has raised more than $177.4 million dollars at benefit auctions.

He has been a professional in the radio, television, sports, and special events business since 1978.  You’ve heard him as an “On-Air Personality” at radio and television stations in Los Angeles, Seattle, and up and down the west coast; as the announcer at events including the NCAA Division One Women’s Final Four, the Coors Light Duathlon on ESPN, the Goodwill Games; and at professional sports events including baseball, basketball, football, and hockey.  From 1991-2004 he was the voice of Cheney Stadium for Tacoma Rainiers Baseball, the AAA Affiliate of the Seattle Mariners.  His hobbies include playing ice hockey and scuba diving. 

Due to our event moving to a new venue, we were very limited in date choices and September 16 was our only option. We want our guests to know that we do not want to exclude anyone from our event and plan to find another way to include the Jewish community at this year's event.

We want to acknowledge that the Seattle Hope Gala is scheduled on Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year Festival.

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