Not on Our Watch 2019


StolenYouth’s annual Not On Our Watch Luncheon is one of Seattle’s most inspiring and successful fundraisers.

Our 2019 Not On Our Watch Luncheon will be held on Monday, April 29, 2019, from 12-1 PM at the Hyatt Regency Seattle.

This one-hour event is geared toward educating the community about local child sex trafficking, galvanizing them to stand up and say, “Not on our watch, and not in our state.” Now in its seventh year, StolenYouth has raised over $6 million to fight the sexual exploitation of children and youth and expand critical services for trafficking survivors.

Our mission is to end child sex trafficking in Washington state. Our coalition model unites direct services, policy development, advocacy, education and community awareness initiatives to disrupt the entire system of exploitation. We believe these children and youth are victims who deserve compassion, access to services and a way out when they wish to leave.

StolenYouth supports a coalition of five 501(c)(3) organizations. Each targets a different, but vital, aspect of combatting child sex trafficking– from prevention and demand reduction to survivor support services. Together, these organizations create a holistic approach to ending this abuse.

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Interested in partnering with us for our 2019 Not on Our Watch Luncheon? You can become an event sponsor or a table captain. Please email for details and opportunities.

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Not on our Watch Luncheon
Thank you to everyone who joined us on April 19, 2018! Our 6th annual Not On Our Watch Luncheon hosted over 950 guests and raised more than $1 million and counting!
We are deeply inspired by this community's support. Many thanks to our corporate sponsors, donors, table captains, volunteers, speakers and guests - each of your contributions made this luncheon our most successful one yet! We could not do this without you. Because of your support, we will continue addressing the root causes of child sex trafficking and strengthening the services that sexually exploited children and youth need to begin their recovery. With your generous gifts, StolenYouth will continue fighting to disrupt the marketplace with sustainable change and lasting solutions. We are so grateful for your partnership and trust. Thank you for being part of the solution. 
With deepest gratitude,
 Alan Brown & Scott Galiher  |  2018 Luncheon Co-Chairs

2018 Partners

Founding Sponsor
Anonymous Sponsor

Lead Sponsors
Anonymous Sponsor
Anonymous Sponsor
Hanouf & Russ Grandinetti
The Meisenbach Foundation
Paula & Bill Clapp

Sustaining Sponsors
Charlie's Produce
Coastal Transportation
Ellison Foundation
Laird Norton Company
Patty & Steve Fleischmann
Ouida Hemingway & Holly Smith
Schultz Family Foundation
Storyville Coffee

Shelter Sponsors
Alaska Airlines
Brown Bear Car Wash
Caffé Vita
Eric Candell & William Powell
Greenstein Family Foundation
Nancy & Gordon Kritzer
Summit Strategy
Tribe Fitness

Training Sponsors
Ben Bridge Jewelers
Claire Angel & Lance Odermat
Jennifer & Chad Reibman
Seattle U
Stacie & Kris Moore

Table Sponsors
Alan Brown and Scott Galiher
Amy Schottenstein & Justin Magaram
Amy & George Murphy
Andy Clapp
Avenue Properties
Baby & Company
Bel Air Investment Advisors LLC
Berntson Porter and Company
Brighton Jones
Christine Pendergast
The Commerce Bank of Washington
Committee For Children
D.A. Davidson
Elisabeth Finch
Friends of Youth
Global Partnerships
Jane Charles & Marco Savarise
Jila Javdani & Mary Krogermeier
Jones Lang LaSalle Brokerage, Inc.
Julie Raab

Table Sponsors
Kim Agnew
Lea Anne Ottinger & Ellen Rubinfeld
Loria & Joseph Yeadon
Megan Smith-Lirtsman
Merrill Lynch Private Bank Investment Group
Matthew G. Norton Co.
Nelson Braun Team at Morgan Stanley
Parker, Smith & Feek
Perkins Coie
Peter Buck
Pioneer Human Services
Port of Seattle
Rosanne Lapan
Seattle International Foundation
Shivonne Byrne
Simple & Just
Stacy Hemingway
Sweeney Conrad, P.S.