Post by Kristin Jarvis Adams | November 30, 2017


Each year, two remarkable guilds combine efforts to host the Seattle Festival of Trees at the Fairmont Olympic Hotel in Seattle. This year, the Dr. Forrest Flashman Guild celebrated their 40th year of fundraising for uncompensated care. At the same time, the Autism Center Guild raised money to help fund and support the hundreds of families who walk through the doors of the Seattle Children’s Autism Center each year.

At this year’s Gala we offered attendees a peek inside the lives of those they raise money for. My friend, Julie O’Brien, and I were lucky enough to spearhead this incredible project. I encourage you to take a few minutes to watch this video link below. I guarantee you will be touched by these three remarkable families who shared their stories with us!

2017 Seattle Festival of Trees

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Kristin Jarvis Adams' story of Andrew and Frightful is a beautiful and remarkable journey through medical mysteries, a reliance on a superhero chicken, and ultimately, a transcendent faith that ushers in hope when all else seems lost. 

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