The 18th Annual HRC Seattle Dinner will be held Saturday, September 9th, 2017 at the Seattle Sheraton. Join us and enjoy fabulous live and silent auctions, an inspiring program, celebrity guests and more in support of LGBTQ equality for all.

Dinner Tickets: $275 per person
Federal Club Tickets: $150

Reception & Silent Auctions: 6:00PM
Doors to Ballroom: 6:45PM
Dinner Program: 7:00PM
Black tie attire

To purchase tickets today, click here!
To donate an Auction Item, click here.
To be a Gala Volunteer, click here.
To purchase a Program Book Ad, click here.

2017 HRC VISIBILITY AWARD RECIPIENT: ASIA KATE DILLON

Star of Showtime Series “Billions”

Asia Kate Dillon is a performer, writer and director residing in New York City. Recently cast in the role of Taylor, a non-binary gender identifying character in Showtime’s Billions, Dillon is the first non-binary gender identifying actor to ever be cast in a major television series. In addition to Billions, they* can be seen playing Brandy Epps in the Netflix series Orange Is the New Black.


Past Seattle Dinner Speakers and Award Recipients

 

At last year’s 2016 Seattle Dinner, HRC presented movie and TV actor Colton Haynes with its Visibility Award soon after he came out publicly as gay in an interview with Entertainment Weekly. His speech was truly touching and there wasn’t a dry eye in the house!

In 2015, Seattle HRC Dinner Committee honored celebrity guest speaker Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman from the series UnReal. He was joined by fabulous advocates for equality Jim Obergefell, Dana Goldberg, and HRC President Chad Griffin.

Special Guests
In 2014, Joe Manganiello Received the Ally for Equality Award

In 2013,  actor Wentworth Miller, gave an emotional speech.