Building an Economy that Works for Everyone

Come support EOI for an evening of dinner, drinks and good chemistry!

elements of prosperityThanks to our supporters, EOI’s work has led to a best-in-the-nation minimum wage (1998); expansion of Basic Health Plan coverage (2001); passage of the Family Care Act (2002); improved wages and training for early childhood educators (2005); estate tax funding for K-12 education (2006); and Seattle’s paid sick days law (2011).

Now is you chance to help us continue this work! Join us at our largest fundraising event to support public policies that strengthen everyone’s position in our economy.

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When: Friday, November 16th, 2012
Where: Seattle Design Center
Time: 5:30 Cocktails; 6:30 – 8:30 dinner and program

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