2020 Seattle Wine and Dine

 Gonzaga University School of Business Administration will be hosting its 2nd Annual Seattle Wine and Dine fundraising event on Friday, May 15.

To purchase your tickets click here or contact

AJ Hawk at hawka2@gonzaga.edu or 509-313-5991

All net proceeds will benefit the School of Business Administration Excellence Fund.

Date & Time:  Friday, May 15, 6:00 pm social, 7:00 pm dinner

Place: TBD

per person
$2,500 table of 10 
$3,000 sponsored table of 10 sponsorship includes: one reserved table of 10 with signage, listing in the program and website presence

FMV=$100 per ticket

Program: As a high-end event held at the premier location in Seattle, the intention is that the guests have most of the evening to enjoy the company of those in the room and at the table.  There will be very little programming, with a focus on networking.  The evening will begin with a networking social at 6:00 pm, with seating for dinner by 7:00 pm.  The program will be brief with an update from Dean Anderson, and a student speaker telling a compelling story. The dining experience will be an unmatched four course food and wine paired culinary delight in a beautiful event space leaving the guests eager to come back and bring their friends for next year. 

Purpose of the event:  In order to fulfill our vision and values, we need to be more engaged on the west side of the state and building relationships through this event will benefit the entire business school, especially our students. The First Annual Westside Wine and Dine is a fundraising event with a focus on networking, engagement, and fundraising.  All net proceeds will benefit the School of Business Administration Excellence fund in support of the annual initiatives to fulfill our business school’s values and vision. 

Networking and engagement: Some examples of the relationships formed from events like this are listed below:

  • Student internships
  • Experiential learning opportunities like project-based collaboration
  • 1-credit weekend intensive course development
  • Corporate partnerships
  • Building stronger boards
  • Mentor young alumni to contribute back and get more involved with the school

Fundraising:  Here are some examples of the use of the funds:

  • Student scholarships, travel, professional development
  • Treks
  • Student competitions
  • Technology
  • Faculty led study abroad
* Details are subject to change