An exciting evening of
Join us for an evening of celebration of our 2018 Scholars
at Alexander Hamilton Scholars’ largest annual fundraiser. Enjoy a fun and elegant
time socializing with fellow guests and our amazing Scholars, eating a fabulous
dinner, scooping up the best sweets during our crowd-favorite Dessert Dash, and participating in a live auction. You'll also have the chance to purchase Golden Tickets (if your ticket is drawn, you'll win your choice of any live auction items before the bidding starts!) and the opportunity to support AHS with a "Raise Your Paddle" donation.
5:30 PM | Doors Open, Empower Hour
6:30 PM | Gourmet Dinner, Keynote Speaker:
2010 Hamilton Scholar Caleb Bradford
7:30 PM | Live Auction,
8:30 PM | Closing Remarks
This culminating event of Seattle Leader Week follows a week of goal establishment and preparation for Hamilton Scholars’ transition
to college and beyond. You will have the
opportunity to hear how the Year 1 College Readiness experience has impacted
each Scholar and learn about their ambitious goals.
Cocktail attire recommended.
We’re celebrating our Scholars in the Spanish Ballroom in
the historic downtown Fairmont Olympic Hotel this year! Guests of our gala can save 20% on their overnight stay at the Fairmont. Contact our Gala Chair, Puddin Cox, for more information!
The Fairmont offers valet parking at the hotel’s main entrance
on University Street between 4th and 5th Avenues. Rates
Self-parking is available at the Seattle Olympic Parking Facility
at 415 Seneca Street. The evening rate (5 PM – 3 AM) is $10. The overnight self-parking
rate is $45, and includes in-out privileges.
BUY TICKETS NOW
Thanks to our Sponsors
Hedi Nurk and
in memory of their mother,
Inspired by Alexander Hamilton’s legacy of leadership through service, Alexander Hamilton Scholars (AHS) empowers high-achieving, underserved students to succeed in college and career. Our vision is to build leaders of character who will improve our nation and our world through their service, innovation, and excellence. Our five-year program provides underserved students with a comprehensive network of support and guidance as they transition from high school to college, and college to career.