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You can help us support Seattle Children’s Hospital by participating in one of our events or by donating through our online Square account (that’s that red button below). All proceeds go directly to Seattle Children’s, so while you’re having fun you are also raising money for the Child Life Department.

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If you are looking for other ways you can make a contribution, here are a few of the many available resources.

  • Volunteer at one of our Hansje Brinker Guild events. We’ll announce sign ups when we are in need of some helping hands.
  • Donation online on the Seattle Children’s website. Please don’t forget to enter the Hansje Brinker Guild in the form.
  • Give a gift of stock. For wire transfer instructions, or any other information regarding stock gifts, please contact Seattle Children’s.
  • Real estate and personal property gifts are also welcome. Please contact for more information.
  • Consider a planned gift. Make a commitment today that will benefit Seattle Children’s in the future
  • Toys and personal items for patients and families are always needed at the hospital.
  • Donate items to our bargain boutiques.
  • Donate a vehicle to Seattle Children’s.
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Dutch Movie Night 2015

“Toen was geluk heel gewoon” | When Happiness Was Very Ordinary

MovieDutch Movie Night is quickly approaching and you’re not going to want to miss this opportunity to sip a glass of wine, watch a fantastic Dutch comedy, and support Seattle Children’s Hospital in the process. Be sure to buy your tickets early because there are a limited number of seats available and they sell fast!

When: January 15, 2015 7:00PM-9:30PM
Where: Northwest Film Forum, 1515 12th Ave, Seattle WA 98122
Price: $18 general admission

Please consider bringing an item or make a donation online, big or small. View wish list.

Eleven Cities Tour and Pond Hockey 2014

Date: Sunday, March 23, 2014 from 10.00am to 1.00pm

Location: Highline Ice Arena 18005 Aurora Ave N, Shoreline, WA 98133

Sign up for the first ever Elfstedentocht to take place in Seattle. The original tour consists of 125 miles of ice skating across the Dutch province of Friesland, traveling through 11 different towns and cities. To make this event even more legendary, we have created our very own family friendly version with fun filled activities for everyone. All proceeds and donations go directly to Seattle Children’s Hospital.

Register now to avoid a line at the door, then gather as many donations as you can. You can also pay with cash or check at the door.


What You Need to Know

  • Everyone is welcome: children to adults, friends of your family…everyone!
  • Entry fee includes coffee, tea, or hot cocoa with a Dutch treat. Children under 5 are free. (Skate rental is available for an additional $3).
  • Cash or check are welcome at the door if you haven’t registered online.
  • YOU NEED TO BRING YOUR OWN HELMET, stick if you have one, & warm gloves to participate in pond hockey
  • Split Pea Soup, Hot Cocoa & Dutch goodies for purchase.
  • The team who raises the most money will win a special VIP package that lasts the entire day…so be sure to signup!

Schedule

  • 10:00-10:30 Registration
  • 10:30-11:15 Elfstedentocht
  • 11:15-11:45 Pond Hockey (1)
  • 11:45-12:00 Free Skate
  • 12:00-12:30 Pond Hockey (2)
  • 12:30-13:00 Free Skate or Pond Hockey (3)

 We hope you and your family (and friends) can join us on the 23rd in support of Seattle Children’s Hospital.

Volunteers Needed!

Not fond of skating but don’t want to miss out on all the fun? We need some enthusiastic volunteers to help us out at the event. If you are interested in volunteering, please click here and sign up today!

Dutch Movie Night 2014

Annual Dutch Movie night!

Hansje Brinker Guild’s annual movie night and drive will show the Dutch movie ‘Hoe duur was de suiker’ or “The Cost of Sugar’.

It offers a peek into a dark part of Dutch history; it is the 18th century in Surinam, former colony of the Netherlands, where wealthy white families keep black slaves to work in their houses or on their fields. Little rich girl Sarith grows up in luxury, with her own slave Mini-Mini by her side. As Sarith and Mini-Mini grow older, their different societal positions as slave-owner and slave is what both binds and separates them.

The drive for Seattle Children’s Hospital remains ‘Operation Family Care’. Consider supporting this great program by donating a gift card of any size for Safeway or a 76 Station. For more information visit https://www.seattlechildrens.org/Guilds/Guild-News/2012/Fall/Feature-Story/.

Ticket Price: $15 for Guild Members, $18 for non-members