The Bandage Ball marks the official kick off of the Overlake Foundation & Auxiliaries' $10 million campaign to raise critical funding for the $15 million facility. In a statement issued last week, Overlake's Vice President of Fund Development and Executive Director of the Foundation and Auxiliaries Molly Stearns said, "The Bandage Ball represents an opportunity to expand and heighten the level of care Overlake provides its patients. We're committed to providing the Eastside with the highest caliber of care available, and the funds raised at this year's event will allow us to continue to do just that."
One of the Eastside's premier social events, the Bandage Ball is expected to gather more than 800 community leaders in support of Overlake and its new cancer center. First held in 1960 to celebrate the opening of Overlake Hospital, the Bandage Ball has raised more than $10 million in the last 16 years. Last year's even alone raise $1.1 million for the David and Shelley Hovind Heart and Vascular Center.
|Patty Edwards (at podium) and David and Shelley Hovind at last year's Bandage Ball. Edwards announced she planned to donate an additional $250,000 to the David and Shelley Hovind Heart and Vascular Center.|
Interested in attending or volunteering for the event? Contact Jennifer Fischer at 425.688.5526 or firstname.lastname@example.org.