Tinte Cellars Giving Campaign

Tinte Cellars Giving Campaign

Mary’s Place – No Child Sleeps Outside Campaign

The need is great in our community, as shelters are full and hundreds of families are being turned away each night with nowhere to go.

From November 1st to December 4th, Tinte Cellars will be collecting monetary donations at the Hollywood Hill tasting room to help ensure No Child Sleeps Outside.

The safest place for a family to be during this pandemic is in their own home. The No Child Sleeps Outside campaign will create a Rapid Response Fund to help families address barriers to housing and move quickly from cars and tents into stable housing, or to keep their hard-won home. Donations can change lives; for instance, a gift of $25 provides a pre-paid phone card, and a gift of $125 provides a bus or train ticket to reunite with family, and a gift of $1,500 relocates a family fleeing domestic violence to a safe place.

In 2020, five percent of all retail sales and 10% of all wine club sales will be split equally between Mary’s Place, Northwest Harvest, and Seattle Children’s Behavioral Health Crisis Care Clinic.

Please help support the work of Mary’s Place at: NoChildSleepsOutside

Seattle Children’s Hospital – Year-End Giving Campaign

Join Tinte Cellars in supporting Seattle Children’s by contributing to their Year-End Giving Campaign!

Tinte Cellars is proud to support Seattle Children’s as one of its year-long non-profit beneficiaries. Outdoor wine-tastings are still available at the Hollywood Hill location. When you and a guest taste at Tinte Cellars, you will have the option to donate one of your tasting fees ($20 donation) to Seattle Children’s Hospital.

All donated funds will be directed to the Behavioral Health Crisis Care Clinic, a very important branch of Seattle Children’s Hospital, offering families of children and teens experiencing mental health crises an option besides the Emergency Department. By donating to this great cause you will help Seattle Children’s reach its 2020 fundraising goal.

If you’re unable to join Tinte for an outdoor tasting at this time, purchase a two-person tasting certificate online (valid through February 28, 2021) and Tinte will donate $20 to Seattle Children’s on your behalf before the end of the year.

To purchase, please visit: https://tintecellars.orderport.net/product-details/0721/Taste-to-Support-Seattle-Childrens-Hospital

Tinte Cellars’ Holiday Cheer for the Elderly

Send some love in the mail to our local senior community!

Earlier this year, Tinte Cellars brought some comfort to local seniors with its handwritten card campaign: “Love Letters to the Elderly” that encouraged the community to send handwritten notes and cards to the elderly who were feeling especially isolated and cut-off from the community during the initial weeks of lockdown and social distancing.

Tinte Cellars is partnering with the Northshore Senior Center again, who will disperse our love letters. Cards may be mailed to Northshore Senior Center or dropped off at Tinte Cellars’ Hollywood Hill tasting room before December 15th, 2020.

More information on this special “Holiday Cheer for the Elderly” campaign can be found at: https://tintecellars.com/2020/11/12/holiday-cheer-for-the-elderly/

Holiday Cheer for the Elderly

Tinte Cellars’ Holiday Cheer for the Elderly

Join Tinte Cellars as we send some love and holiday cheer to those who may be isolated or lonely in our community. Pick up a pen or crayon, and create a handwritten letter or card to brighten their day. We’re partnering with the Northshore Senior Center, who will disperse our love letters. Anything to make the elderly smile and feel connected to something outside of their house would be greatly appreciated!

Cards may be mailed to Northshore Senior Center or dropped off at Tinte Cellars’ Hollywood Hill tasting room before December 15th, 2020.

1. Letters must be legible (large print) and handwritten. No worries if you aren’t artistic – make your card like one you would like to receive.

2. Embrace creativity! Recipients will love it when the letters are personal. We encourage you to make your letters detailed, thoughtful and heartfelt.

3. Be kind and thoughtful (more than talking about yourself). This is a one-way letter exchange, meaning you will not receive a letter back. No reciprocation is part of the beauty of your act of kindness, and the recipients won’t feel burdened by feeling obligated or being unable to respond.

4. Avoid using religious themes, phrases or quotes.

5. Exclude the date (day, month, year).

6. Please put your letters in an envelope but do not seal it. If you are sending more than one letter, leave all the enveloped letters unsealed and unstamped and put them in a larger envelope or box to send.

7. Please exercise health-aware precautions, such as cleaning your writing instruments, and wearing gloves and a mask when you are writing your letter

Mail the letters/cards to the following:
Corey Lowell, Director of Senior Centers
Northshore Senior Center
10201 E. Riverside Drive
Bothell, WA 98011