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Ticket Sales end: Thursday, June 20 at 12:00 AM PDT
Table Reservations close at 6:00 PM
Main Room Table1 GUESTS | $30.00 MIN
Tables 1-6. Table with 4 seats in main room. $30 table seating fee, no minimum spend requirement. (NOTE: Entry cost not included with table cost; all guests MUST purchase show tickets separately to be granted entry to venue.)
Main Room Table1 GUESTS | $40.00 MIN
Table 7. Table with 5 seats in main room. $40 table seating fee, no minimum spend requirement. (NOTE: Entry cost not included with table cost; all guests MUST purchase show tickets separately to be granted entry to venue.)
Main Room Booth1 GUESTS | $50.00 MIN
Table 8. Large booth with 8 seats in main room. $50 table seating fee, no minimum spend requirement. (NOTE: Entry cost not included with table cost; all guests MUST purchase show tickets separately to be granted entry to venue.)
Event Details6.20 Thursday (Benefit Concert)
Nectar, SolidSound, & KEXP present:
"WORLD REFUGEE DAY CELEBRATION"
Ayron Jones, Whitney Monge, Ethan Tucker,
Naomi Wachira, Kimo Muraki
NW Immigrant Rights Project
Refugee Women's Alliance
412 N 36th St
About the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP) is a nationally-recognized legal services organization founded in 1984. Each year, NWIRP provides direct legal assistance in immigration matters to over 10,000 low-income people from over 150 countries, speaking over 60 different languages and dialects. NWIRP also strives to achieve systemic change to policies and practices affecting immigrants through impact litigation, public policy work, and community education. NWIRP serves the community from four offices in Washington State in Seattle, Granger, Tacoma, and Wenatchee.
About the Refugee Women's Alliance:
ReWA is a non-profit, multiethnic organization that promotes inclusion, independence, personal leadership, and strong communities by providing refugee and immigrant women and families with culturally and linguistically appropriate services. ReWA advocates for social justice, public policy changes and equal access to services while respecting cultural values and the right to self-determination.
About Refugees Northwest:
Refugees Northwest believes that every person forced to flee war, persecution and terror can heal, thrive and enrich our community with their unique gifts and strengths. We work with thousands of refugees and asylum-seekers each year to build upon the strength and courage that got them here, and to support their hopes and dreams.
As the only certified torture treatment center in Washington State, we help survivors heal from past trauma, recover from serious medical conditions, learn English, develop new skills, secure homes and jobs, gain citizenship, and build fulfilling connections.
Over 60% of our staff came to the United States as refugees or seeking asylum. Speaking over 15 languages, our dedicated and experienced staff have walked in the shoes of those we serve, giving us unique insight.