VIRTUAL HOOT! Gala Survey
Chimpanzee Sanctuary Northwest's virtual fundraising gala is coming up fast on Saturday, September 12th. It will include an online auction and recorded+live video event. We want your opinions as we fill in the details.

Tell us how you want to participate in HOOT!
The virtual event is on a Saturday evening (September 12th). What do you think you'll wear?
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Would you be interested in attending a Zoom happy hour prior to the event?
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The gala is normally a significant portion of our annual revenue. The total fundraising goal for our in-person event was $200,000. What do you think our goal should be for the virtual event?
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Are you interested in sponsoring the event? Sponsors can be individuals or businesses and sponsorship levels range from $100 to $10,000 with various perks. Email diana@chimpsnw.org for details
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Do you plan to bid on auction items? Items include original art (like this amazing pencil drawing of Burrito from Arte for Elephant's Thyra Rutter), unique experiences, chimp-specific fun items, jewelry, gift certificates, and more.
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Do you plan to make a donation? "Raise the paddle" donations are typically the most successful part of the gala. This year we will be raising funds for the care of our expanded family of chimpanzees, with any excess funds directed towards ongoing construction to help more chimpanzees in need.
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Do you plan to buy a Willy B pillow case?
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Will you participate in a fun contest by submitting a video of you pant-hooting? J.B. has pledged to share a pant-hoot tutorial video soon to get you started.
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What do you want to know or see about the sanctuary, the chimpanzees, the staff, the cattle, or future plans?
Any other thoughts, ideas, suggestions, or words of wisdom or support?
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