Friends of SCH
The Dorothy Dixon Allen and Kerry Oliver Guilds are an active group of enthusiastic, hardworking and committed volunteers dedicated to the advancement and growth of Seattle Children's Home. There are more than 75 members who take pride in pursuing the mission of the Home by conducting fundraising and friend-raising projects throughout the year.
- Kerry Oliver Guild (KOG)
History: Kerry Oliver was a dedicated housewife, a mother of several young children, and a friend of Seattle Children's Home. She was one of the first members of an auxiliary which began in 1982. After Kerry Oliver's untimely death in 1983, the members received their charter and named the guild in her honor.
Activities: Over the years, the Kerry Oliver Guild has organized a number of different events, the proceeds of which went directly to Seattle Children's Home. These events included selling tickets for ACT Theatres,
ladie's luncheons and most recently serving as the planning
committee for the Wine Women & Shoes event.
- Dorothy Dixon Allen Guild (DDA)
History: Dorothy Dixon Allen was born in Missoula, Montana on July 4, 1903. She graduated from the University of Montana and married W.M. Allen in 1927. After moving to Seattle, Mrs. Allen served on the Board of Seattle Children's Home in the late 30's and early 40's. She was a dedicated volunteer, and particularly enjoyed reading to children in the Home's library. After her death in 1943, the guild was named in her honor. She was the mother of two daughters who are now members of the
- Supported the Remodel of the Cafeteria
Landscape Renewal project
- Remodeled and supplied the campus library
In addition, it has become an annual tradition
for the guild and their spouses to gather for a potluck dinner
in support of SCH. Year after year, this event continues
to raise thousands of dollars to fund capital improvements for
the Seattle Children's Home campus.
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Throughout the year, generous supporters help us fund our
mission-based work with children through events that they host.
If you are interested in hosting a party, or opening up your
business to an event to benefit Seattle Children’s Home, please
contact Tiffany Crosby, Development Manager, at
email@example.com. Events over the years to
honor friends, sell products, or simply get friends together for
a great cause has raised thousands of dollars for SCH.
To protect the privacy, safety and security of the clients that
SCH serves, we are not able to offer volunteer opportunities
working directly with our clients. Similarly, we are unable to
accommodate court-ordered community service.
We do use
volunteers to support our special events and we often are able
to accommodate groups of 10-20 people for special work
projects. For more information about these opportunities
contact Tiffany Crosby at 206-298-9670 or