Soroptimist International of Auburn is hosting its 5th Annual Crab and Brew Fest on Saturday February 27, 2021. This fundraiser will be a virtual event with to-go crab dinners (and crab alternative) available for pickup in a convenient Auburn location.

Soroptimist International is a global volunteer organization that improves the lives of women and girls through programs leading to social and economic empowerment. The Auburn club, chartered in 1947, has supported a variety of important projects and initiatives in its 70 plus years of supporting the community. Over the past 26 years, we have raised over $700,000 through this event to support women and children in need. Proceeds will benefit the club’s programs including:

  • Shelter for Sisters – A financial partnership with the Auburn Food Bank that helps defray initial relocation costs for victims of Domestic Violence
  • Live Your Dream – A program that awards cash grants to women who are working to better their lives through additional schooling and skills training
  • Dream It, Be It – A program that empowers high school girls to create a brighter future for themselves and others

Complete the registration form here – you will also be able to order dinner and donate to support these programs. Once you submit the form you will receive an invoice from their Square site within 3 business days.

Visit their Square site to make a donation or order gift cards – theirr virtual “Gift Card Wall” will be live on Monday, February 22nd so watch for an email! Purchases of physical gift cards made by Friday February 26th at 8pm will be available during food pick up on Saturday February 27th. E-gift cards will be emailed within 72 hours of purchase.

Questions? Please email events@siauburn.org with any questions.

Interested in Sponsoring? To learn about our sponsor levels and perks please email Janice Nelson.

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Lesley is the founder and editor of What's Up NW. Lesley does love her beer and writes about that A LOT, but she also loves to shine the light on local events, people and businesses that call the Pacific Northwest home!

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