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What is a guild?

A guild is a group of people who join together to support Seattle Children’s Hosptial and improve the health and well-being of kids. There are 500 guilds and 7,000 guild members across Washington state. Guild members are men, women and children of all ages. In fiscal year 2011, guilds raised $11 million for Children’s by hosting events ranging from auctions and wine tastings to fun runs and golf tournaments.   Each guild is different; some raise several hundred dollars each year, while others raise tens of thousands and more. Guilds also meet significant needs through “heartwarming projects” – the collection or creation of items such as blankets, toys, books and toiletries to support and comfort patients and their families. Each year, guilds donate thousands of heartwarming items.  Seattle Children’s Hospital Guild Association is the largest all-volunteer fundraising network for any hospital in the nation.

What is The Jo Anna Danna Guild?

The Jo Anna Danna Guild was founded to carry on the legacy of one of the longest tenured, loving, dedicated employees of Seattle Children’s Hospital, Jo Ann Larson.  Our mission is to generate hefty contributions to The Uncompensated Care Fund at Seattle Children’s - helping ensure that no child or family is ever turned away from the hospital because they cannot afford care.  Every step of the way, our efforts will honor Jo Ann and the thousands of lives of children and families she touched throughout her 42 year career.   Count on us to be a guild organizing cutting edge events and offering  quirky fundraisers with a creative edge!

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Seattle Children’s Hospital Guild Members in 1907.

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