Please join the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation
 as we celebrate the 25th Anniversary of our
Most Endangered Places program at a very special
 
Vintage Washington

Saturday, May 20, 2017
5:00pm - 8:30pm
 
Saint Edward Seminary and State Park
14445 Juanita Drive NE, Kenmore
 
King County Council Chair Joe McDermott
Master of Ceremonies

 
Reception & Dinner | Cocktail Attire

SOLD OUT!

You have the opportunity to help save Washington’s Most Endangered Places with a 100% tax-deductible donation.

Every year, historic properties across Washington face a variety of challenges, including lack of funding, neglect, incompatible development, and demolition. Since 1992, the Washington Trust’s Most Endangered list has highlighted these threats and attracted attention to those historic resources most in need.

Historic properties selected for our Most Endangered Places program receive advocacy support and assistance from the Washington Trust. While the focus is to remove the immediate threat facing historic properties, raising awareness of preservation issues in general remains a key programmatic goal. Through proactive partnering with local organizations and concerned citizens, the Washington Trust’s Most Endangered Places program has resulted in many high profile success stories across Washington.




A special thanks to our current Vintage Washington sponsors, for supporting our programs and helping us preserve the places that matter in Washington State:






Interested in becoming a sponsor? Learn how you can partner with us, download the Trust's prospectus, and return your completed sponsorship form. For questions, please contact Julianne Patterson at 206.624.9449.