Seattle, WA (PRWEB) March 31, 2013
Seattle catering company, Seasoned in Seattle, teamed up with Communities in Schools of Washington on March 2nd to host another successful fundraiser. The fundraiser, a Mardi Gras dinner and auction, was held at the Seattle Design Center and collected $85,000 from new sponsors, in-kind donors and 275 generous guests. Listed as a Major In-kind Donor, Seasoned in Seattle provided catering setup and service for the wildly successful event that raised money to help support at-risk children.
Communities in Schools of Washington is the local chapter of a national organization that seeks to "make a difference" by providing and "coordinating a comprehensive range of services to achieve whole-child support." CISWA achieves this with on-site coordinators that bring together organizations such as: low-cost health providers, food banks and other civic service groups, and linking them directly to students in schools who are at the greatest risk of dropping out. The impact on the community, estimated by a leading economic modeling firm, shows that every $1 invested in CIS yields $11.60 of economic benefit for the community http://www.ciswa.org/newsandmedia/studiesandreports/Economic%20Impact%20of%20CIS%20-%202012%20full%20size%20pages.pdf . The efficiency and generosity of CIS and its donors plays no small part in this remarkable rate of return on investment.
Teaming up with Seasoned in Seattle has been a natural fit for CISWA because of their exquisite menus and outstanding service, all while working under a budget. For the fourth year in a row, the full service Seattle catering company provided not only first-class catering, but also made great efforts to conform to a budget that effectively helped maximize the goal of the fundraiser.
With over 6000 successful events, Seasoned in Seattle proudly points to their impeccable five star customer feedback rating to affirm their status as Seattle's leader in full service off-site catering.