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Thursday, May 25th, 2023

Reception at 11:30 AM

Program begins at 12:00 PM 

Location: Seattle Waterfront Marriott Hotel

Address: 2100 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA 98121

Please join us for our in-person 2023 Red Kettle Luncheon featuring inspiring stories from clients. The Salvation Army Loves Beyond Hunger and Need giving our most vulnerable neighbors access to vital resources they need to thrive.

Click Here to Register

Donations are tax-deductible and will be used to fund programs and services to help those in need in our community!


The Red Kettle Challenge                                    

Help us provide a matching gift opportunity!

Donors who give to our Red Kettle Challenge help create a fund that will be used to match every gift of $300+ donated at this year’s Red Kettle Luncheon.

With this challenge, many gifts will be immediately increased – to help more people in our community! Last year’s match helped increase the size of gifts during the luncheon. Give HERE.


Sponsorship Opportunities

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor for this year's Red Kettle Luncheon contact Lisa Borders,

"Arthur S. Langlie" Award       

The Arthur S. Langlie Award is presented annually to an individual, foundation, or corporation, to recognize visionary leadership and selfless service to others. Established in 2002, the award is a tribute to Arthur S. Langlie and his 40 years of leadership and service to The Salvation Army. Today, his family honors his legacy with an award in his name to acknowledge others for their dedication to the community.

2022 George and June Bartell

2021 Ralph Munro

2020 Bob & JoAnne Hacker

2019 General Barry McCaffrey

2018 Tom Walker

2017 Donald A. Lockwood

2016 Phyllis Campbell

2015 Russell Wilson

2014 Fred Meyer & QFC

2013 Bill Helsell

2012 Trident Seafood

2011 Jackie & Pierre Gehlen

2010 Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

2009 The Aven Foundation

2008 The Norcliffe Foundation

2007 The Seattle Times, Fund for the Needy

2006 Kathy Holmgren

2005 The Windermere Foundation

2004 Herb Mead

2003 Lee Stiles

2002 Jane Langlie

The "others" award   

The "Others" award is The Salvation Army's highest civilian award in the United States, given to an individual or organization who has demonstrated exceptional community involvement and outstanding service for and on behalf of The Salvation Army.

2021 Oak Harbor Freight Lines

2018 Todd Stiller, CenturyLink

2014 Judi Jacobsen and Family

2013 Bartell's

2012 David Kraft

2011 Jean Renny

2010 Aerospace Machinists Union Industrial District Lodge 751

2008 Art K. Langlie

1995 The Boeing Company

1994 Jack L. Link

1993 Tom & Dixie Porter

1991 Puget Sound Power and Light; Washington Natural Gas

1989 Robert D. Ladd

1988 John A. Cherberg

1986 Edward E. Carlson

1985 Seattle Times & its readers

1984 Marv Harshman

1983 Rabbi Raphael Levine

1981 William Bain, Sr.

1980 Rev. Dr. Dale E. Turner

1978 Dr. Robert H. Williams

1977 Stan & Barbara Boreson

1976 Jess L. Brohamer

1975 Mrs. Frances Penrose Owen

1973 James R. Ellis

1972 Harry L. Carr

1971 Mrs. Emmy Schmitz Hartman

1970 Dr. Richard E. Fuller

1969 Lawrence M. Arnold

1968 Dr. John Lindberg

1967 F. Richard McAbee

1966 Royal Broughman

1965 Roscoe C. Torrance

1964 Boeing Employees Good Neighbors

1963 Harold Shefelmen

1962 Wallace H. Campbell

Board Members      

Every member of the King County Advisory Board is asked to create their own fundraising page for The Red Kettle Luncheon. Creating this fundraising page is quick and easy, click here for directions. Send the link to friends, family, and coworkers asking everyone to donate what they can to support The Salvation Army King County. 

Please create your fundraising page before March 1st, 2023, if a page is not created by this date, one will be made for you.

Benefits of an online fundraising page: 

  • Provides quick and easy online giving option
  • Allows out-of-town friends, family, and coworkers to dona irectly on Classy
  • Promotes friendly competition amongst board members to see who can raise the most to support TSA

Questions? Contact Alice Evans: or 206-217-1283


Click here to become a fundraiser

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