Seattle Charity Events 5th Annual Black & White Gala Fundraising Event

SCE-CTC-April-26-event-nologoInformation contact: Chau Saenz, 206.747.7257

April 14, 2014 – Seattle Charity Events Foundation today announced that Teresa Gonzales, Univision anchor will host the SCE 5th Annual Black & White Gala Fundraising event at Columbia Tower. The cost is $65 per person for the event on Saturday, April 26th at 8:00pm. Proceeds will be used to benefit the Tronie Foundation: A Global Organization to End Slavery and Human Trafficking.

The event will feature special guest Rani Hong, Founder of the Tronie Foundation, DJ Christyle, stellar items to be raffled off that include a weekend hotel luxury package for two at the W Hotel, Mariners date night package for two, along with VIP dinner package at Daniel’s Broiler. All raffle and ticket sales proceed will benefit the charity of the evening, the Tronie Foundation.

For tickets, please visit For further information call Chau Saenz, 206.747.7257 or email

About Seattle Charity Events Foundation:

The SCE Foundation was established by a group of local professionals who shared a passion for supporting non-profit organizations within the Seattle community. Over the last 4 years, we have hosted various annual events in support of local charities, who share our values. In 2012, we were officially established as a WA state 501(c)3 non-profit organization, which will further enhance our abilities to carry out our mission.

Our Mission:

To increase social consciousness by uniting Seattle’s community-minded citizens in supporting and advocating for local non-profit organizations. We strive to continuously promote awareness and benefaction to these charities, who provide invaluable services for our city.

About Tronie Foundation:

The Tronie Foundation is led by Rani Hong, a woman of strength and integrity. She not only survived the world of human trafficking, but also is thriving as one of the world’s leading voices against modern day slavery. Rani’s work is guided by the organization’s five-member board and a 15-member national advisory committee. The Tronie Foundation’s work is supplemented by individuals and corporate volunteers who share the same vision – a world free of slavery.

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