Redmond area event planned in support of some of its smallest heroes

December 29, 2017 by  

A fundraiser near Redmond will soon be held in support of families who have a son or daughter who was born with Pfeiffer syndrome, and everyone is welcome.

The evening, which has been organized by Born A Hero, will offer something for everyone. Beer aficionados can sample the different brews that will be on tap, and free massages will be available as well. A live jazz band will keep the crowd entertained throughout the evening, and there are other activities on the agenda as well.

Guests at the function will be invited to bid on a variety of prizes in the live and silent auctions. Everything from wellness experiences to exotic trips will be up for bids, and there will be more items added to the list as the event approaches. Monies raised will be used to help fund research into Pfeiffer syndrome, and also to provide support for families that have a son or daughter living with this rare genetic disorder. A professional printer’s graphic design department will be able to craft logos and other branding for this type of function.

Seattle’s Optimism Brewery will be serving as the host for the occasion, which has been scheduled to take place on March 23. Tickets to participate, as well as more details about the event and Pfeiffer syndrome itself, can be found on the Born a Hero Facebook listing.

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