Bubble Bash is a philanthropic event aimed at creating a fun environment for children with medical illnesses, while raising funds to support their medical and social needs. Bubble Bash will bring together patients from Seattle Children's Hospital, local businesses, and the community at large for a giant march on the University of Washington campus.
All proceeds from this event will go towards funding campers' visits to Stanley Stamm Summer Camp. Stanley Stamm is a week-long summer camp that provides memorable experiences for children with serious illnesses.
Learn more about Stanley Stamm
When & Where
Saturday, June 1 from 10 am – 2 pm
U. of Washington, The Liberal Arts Quadrangle. "The Quad"
1401 NE Campus Pkwy, Seattle, WA 98195
Click here for directions to parking.
Come join Seattle Children’s hospital and the members of the Alpha Delta Phi at the University of Washington in our first annual Bubble Bash. The day will include tasty food, arts, carnival games, University of Washington athletes, Dubs the Husky, and lots of Bubbles!
Kids love bubbles and they put a smile on everyone's face! The highlight of the event will be the Bubble March. Starting at the northeast corner of Red Square, participants will proceed through the Liberal Arts Quadrangle blowing bubbles joined by family, friends, and members of the UW and greater Seattle Community. Carnival games and food will be located throughout the Liberal Arts Quadrangle.
Save the date, June 1st, and get excited to blow some bubbles!
Seattle Children's Hospital is a premier child health care and pediatric center. For more than 100 years, Children's has provided top-quality care to every child in the region, regardless of a family's ability to pay.
Learn more about Seattle Children's Hospital
Also, click to view Seattle Children's endorsement letter for Bubble Bash.
As a lifelong fraternal brotherhood, Alpha Delta Phi strives to provide an atmosphere where each member can develop his entire being--moral, social, and intellectual.
Additional information about Alpha Delta Phi