Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is the biggest military mobilization in Europe since World War II. After over eight months of fighting, there is no end in sight for the war in Ukraine. Millions of civilians are unable to return home, and many still in the country are forced to live without access to food, water, health care, and other essential supplies. To declare our support for the people of Ukraine, this year we've chosen to donate all proceeds from the evening to aid those affected by the war.Learn More
Live Music Performance
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As a Ukrainian, with family and friends currently in the country, this tragedy has hit home. Thus, this year for Decorent's annual charity event we have chosen to donate all proceeds from the evening to support Ukraine at this difficult time.
Ukrainian association of washington state
The Ukrainian Association of Washington State works to preserve Ukrainian heritage and unite Ukrainian-American people in Washington State.
They are endlessly working with partners to collect money for medical supplies, to offer support to the many struggling Ukrainian hospitals during this devastating time.
The Ukrainian Association of Washington State has already raised over a million dollars for this cause, and continues to organize fundraisers, protests, and educate the public about the ongoing war.
We are beyond honored to be partnering with them for this event to help raise money for a cause near and dear to us 🖤
Free parking will be available at and near Mcmenamins.
Holiday Festive Attire
As if we need to give you a reason to dress to impress.
Appetizers & Open Bar
Because studies show people are more generous with a glass in hand.