Get Ready to Party for the Health of It

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[cid:bfb98702-4fe2-4665-8bab-d2cc1f091531] Dear All — Need Saturday plans? We invite you to Party for the Health of It Saturday, Nov. 9, 2013. UW is one of the sponsors and will have a table with students from Environmental Health, Foster School of Business, Global Health, and Built Environments showcasing their projects around clean water and sanitation. The students have come up with fun interactive ways of showing their projects, including an origami water tank and trivia game. So zip into that sparkly cocktail dress, borrow your Grandad’s tie, raise a glass, get lost dancing and do it all for a good cause: clean water in Tanzania. You’re invited to moonwalk the red carpet and squeeze into the photo booth with 1,000 of your closest friends. School yourself in what Washington state’s doing to make water cleaner and lives healthier around the world. Give to the cause throughout the night and you could go home with a raffle prize in your clutches. When the night is done you’ll remember this: You came. You gave. You conquered the dance floor. In Seattle, when we party, we party for the health of it. The evening’s proceeds benefit the Washington Global Health Alliance’s collaboration for clean water and proper sanitation in Tanzania. Your ticket is not tax-deductible. Time: 9:00 pm-12:00 am Location: The Seattle Aquarium, 1483 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA 98101 Cost: $45 general admission Age: 21+ What your ticket includes: Two drink tickets, light appetizers, dancing, take home pics from the photo booth, and unprecedented access to cool global health organizations changing the world Want dinner and a party? This year we’ve added the Party for the Health of It Benefit Dinner where Department Chair King Holmes will be given the inaugural WGHA Impact Award. Consider increasing your support of WGHA by attending our dinner with global health leaders. Purchase tickets Bobbi Nodell | Communications Manager | University of Washington Department of Global Health l Phone: 206.543.7129 | | @uwghrc |>

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