Annual Bandage Ball Goes Virtual

The 62nd annual Bandage Ball fundraiser to benefit Overlake Medical Center Foundation will be virtual and take 15 minutes of your time.

Due to COVID-19, in-person gatherings are limited so the gala is going online for a week from May 1-8 — and will not involve Teams or Zoom. Instead, local TV personality Chris Cashman will welcome guests to learn about Overlake and its impact on the community during a 15-minute video. There will be opportunities to give.

Items also will be up for auction including wines, a membership to The Shop Seattle, an opportunity from an exotic car club, dinner by a Top Chef winner, and more.

Proceeds from the “go-when-you-want” virtual event will benefit Overlake Medical Center & Clinics. The Bandage Ball raised more than $6 million in the past five years. It was first held in 1960 when the hospital first opened.

This year’s virtual event is free. Visit here to participate and donate.

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