Seattle, WA – Summit Capital Partners is thrilled to announce the return of the 8th annual Laurelhurst Haunted House. The event will take place on October 28th, 29th, and 31st from 6:00 pm-10:00 pm at 3519 43rd Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98105. Guests can expect live-action characters, spine-tingling music, a donation-based raffle, and more! All proceeds will benefit their partner, Northwest Harvest, the largest hunger relief agency in Washington State.
Summit Capital and Northwest Harvest are partnering for their third consecutive year to raise awareness about the growing food insufficiency dilemma in Washington. Admission is free, however, a donation of $1.00 or one canned good is encouraged. Summit Capital is targeting to raise $10,000 this year for Northwest Harvest. Click the links below to view the event and donation details.
Thorpe’s involvement in the Seattle community is unparalleled. Last year, Summit Capital pledged to match all donations resulting in a final contribution of $10,000 to NW Harvest. Thorpe and his team manned the weekend-long event and look forward to resuming production in early October.
“The Laurelhurst Haunted House is a passion project for my son, Hunter, and I. We look forward to bringing the Seattle community together, for the eighth year in a row”. Jim Thorpe
The Laurelhurst Haunted House is a spooky attraction for all ages. However, it's recommended that children bring along an adult guardian if they are sensitive to graphic, or mature themes.
About Jim Thorpe and Summit Capital Partners
Jim Thorpe of Seattle, WA, has over 30 years of experience in the real estate industry. He works to find high-demand properties in low inventory areas for both developers and homeowners alike. One of his specialties is locating single-family homes in property parcels zoned for multi-family development. His rental portfolio now includes houses, apartments, and commercial properties. Thorpe’s dedication to his business has led to city-wide growth and development in the real estate sector.
Summit Capital Partners is a real estate development and management firm that operates out of the Puget Sound region. They work to acquire off-market real estate and specialize in developing risk-adjusted solutions, allowing an asset’s value to increase over 6-12 months. Summit Capital aims to make a difference in the community where they do business.
About the Laurelhurst Haunted House
The Laurelhurst Haunted House was initially created 8 years ago in support of a Villa Academy & Blanchet community services project for owner Jim Thorpe’s son Hunter. Halloween being their favorite holiday, the idea was to raise money for a great cause in hopes to help Northwest Harvest in their fight to end Hunger insufficiency.
Over the years the Haunted House has become a neighborhood event that keeps getting bigger and better. The end goal always being to raise awareness and money for Northwest Harvest, and to gather the community for a fun and spooky weekend. This 3-day event features a live-action haunted house, food and drinks, a donation-based raffle, costume contests, and games. Come gather in Laurelhurst this Halloween and see what it’s all about!
About Northwest Harvest
Northwest Harvest strives to end hunger and address the root causes of poverty by supporting a statewide network of 375 food banks, meal programs, and high-need schools. Focused on improving equity in our food system, Northwest Harvest believes everyone in Washington should have consistent access to nutritious food that nourishes the body, mind, and spirit.
In addition to making sure those who suffer from hunger are getting enough to eat, Northwest Harvest aims to shift public opinion, as well as impact institutional policies and societal practices that perpetuate hunger, poverty, and disparities in our state.
Company Name: Summit Capital Partners
Contact Person: Jim Thorpe
Address: 3803 NE 45th St, Seattle, WA 98105
Country: United States