Sunday, June 2
Temple De Hirsch Sinai
Thank you to all who attended!
Rosehedge/Multifaith Works' team raised $15,412! Thank you to all of you who helped us in our efforts.
Every month KEXP's Audioasis hosts a benefit show from The Sunset Tavern in Ballard and net proceeds will benefit a different local charity. You were able to listen all month to KEXP as we were the beneficiary of the May 5th show.
A recorded testimonial interview aired Saturday April 21st 7pm. CLICK HERE to listen to that interview.
Thank you to Corrie Hines for getting us such a good start on the panels we will be sending to the National AIDS Quilt! CLICK HERE for pictures from the event.
Thank you to hosts Eric & Alan Andrew-Katz for hosting a wonderful pot-luck fundraiser with their friends naming Rosehedge/Multifaith Works as this year's beneficiary! Great food...magnificent raffle prizes...and some very entertaining company! It was wonderful to see the power of community in action.
or CLICK HERE for this and other YouTube videos.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Love Without Boundaries event. Together we raised more than $51,000!
Click here for more information on the event.
The King County Mental Health, Chemical Abuse and Dependency Services Division is awarding the SHIFT Recovery Network one of the 2011 Exemplary Service Awards for providing outstanding services to individuals with mental health and/or chemical dependency needs.
Every year in the fall, we host a panel discussion with selected spiritual leaders in the community called Redefining Faith.
It is an edgy conversation sharing our beliefs and drawing strength from what we have in common.
Love Without Boundaries
February 13, 2011
Renaissance Seattle Hotel
515 Madison Street
Seattle, WA 98104
Thank you to everyone who came out and joined us for the 4th annual Love Without Boundaries dinner and silent auction gala!
Because of your extraordinary generosity, we were able to raise over $76,000 in support for the vulnerable men and women we serve.
Event photos are now available online for viewing at http://community.webshots.com/user/irkulyen
Wednesday, December 1, 2010 - 11:30am-1:30pm
Washington State Convention Center
800 Convention Place
Seattle, WA 98101
The Annual World AIDS Day benefit luncheon is presented by Rosehedge/Multifaith Works in conjunction with the collaborating agencies of Gay City Health Project, Seattle Counseling Service and Dunshee House.
This event is a wonderful opportunity for you to show your support for the men and women in our community living with HIV/AIDS, as well as the organizations that serve them.
For more information about this event, please visit the event website at http://strongertogetherlunch.com
Friday, November 5th, 2010 - 7:30pm
St. Mark's Episcopal Cathedral
1245 Tenth Avenue East
Seattle, WA 98102
Every year on All Souls’ Day, we honor the memories of “all the faithful departed,” those whom we love but see no longer. This year at Saint Mark’s Cathedral, Seattle, we will raise up in worship, prayer and music those we have lost. Our commemoration features Requiem Soweto by Brian Fairbanks, Saint Mark’s Associate Musician. Requiem Soweto incorporates themes and musical ideas from the gospel traditions of South Africa.
Offerings made at the service support the work of Rosehedge/Multifaith Works AIDS Care Teams and the HIV/AIDS work of Episcopal Relief & Development in Africa, Belize and Bangladesh. Free admission.
Friday, September 24, 2010 at 7:30pm
Captain Smartypants: A hilarious ensemble of the Seattle Men’s Chorus that has performed at every Many Voices concert across the last 15 years. Captain Smartypants has performed with Ann Wilson, Melissa Manchester, Megan Mullally, Kristin Chenoweth and Lea Delaria, and was Seattle’s warm-up act for Margaret Cho when she filmed “The Notorious C.H.O.” in 2002. The link to their performance of ‘Kislev Cowboys’ (aka ‘Brokeback Dreidel’) has received over 500,000 hits on YouTube and was featured on NPR’s ‘Hearing Voices’ in November of 2008.
Captain Smartypants all live together in a treehouse in Yelm, where they weave all their own clothing out of wild vines. Their favorite color is ‘plaid’ and they eat nothing but circus peanuts and fiddlehead ferns. Eric Lane Barnes, Assistant Artistic Director of Seattle Men’s Chorus, is their trepid leader.
Sensible Shoes: An ensemble of Seattle Women's Chorus, they are a pop and vocal jazz group in the tradition of groups like Captain Smartypants and Emerald City Volunteers. This group of women balances great vocal delivery with fun, innovative staging.
The Rob-A-Live Singers: Crowd favorites from last year: an award-winning, dynamic Seattle-based gospel act directed by Robert Anderson.
Seattle Kokon Taiko Drummers: Explosive Japanese Drumming: Taiko is a dynamic synthesis of rhythm, movement and spirit originating in Japan and evolving as a folk art over the last several hundred years. Seattle Kokon Taiko combines the ancient with the modern; their repertoire is a mix of traditional pieces and contemporary compositions.
Organist Alan DePuy on St. Mark’s famous Flentrop Organ: A talented musician from the St. Mark’s community, Alan will perform on St. Mark’s Flentrop, which is recognized as a landmark organ of international note – it turns the whole cathedral space into an instrument and truly creates a beautiful musical experience.
Join the Sisters at Re-bar in Seattle's South Lake Union neighborhood for a festive night of cabaret performances. Proceeds from the event will go directly to support the men and women who call Rosehedge/Multifaith Works home.
From all of us here at Rosehedge (residents, board and staff), thank you for your overwhelming support at the 3rd annual Love Without Boundaries event on February 14th, 2010.
(To view photos please use the log-in name "Rosehedge" and password "021410")
A BIG thank you to Rodel Studios, who generously donated their photography services for the evening!
Questions? Contact CJ Lebert, Development Coordinator, at (206) 324-1520 ext 240.