There's still time to participate!
Welcome to the Virtual Bandage Ball
We are so sorry you were not able to join us for Bandage Ball 2018--it was truly the event of the season! Below you will find some photos and videos to give a flavor of the night.
Although it WAS a rocking party, Bandage Ball 2018 had a serious and important goal: to support emergency services at Overlake. Your help is still needed--click here to make your contribution.
A few facts:
- Over 45,000 people visit Overlake's emergency department each year
- At Overlake. stroke patients receive the clot-busting drug they need 32 minutes faster than the national average
- Overlake is ranked in the top 100 hospitals in the country for stroke survival
- Our advanced trauma center can handle nearly any type of injury
- If you live or work in Bellevue or nearby and you have a medical emergency, the ambulance will bring you to Overlake. We are your hospital.
- In the event of a regional disaster, such as earthquake, fire, or terrorist attack, we stand ready to respond.
Contributions to this year's Bandage Ball--live and virtual--will support ongoing training, state-of-the-art equipment, and facilities improvements to ensure that our care remains top-tier and world-class, even in the direst of emergencies.
Enjoy the photos and videos, and please click here to make your gift for emergency services for the Eastside.
The gathering crowd clustered around the wine wheel, where a donation earned a spin of the wheel and a chance to win a premium bottle.
The silent auction offered a variety of treats and entertainments. Bidding was fierce.
Seattle Seahawks linebacker KJ Wright joined us for a second year, signing footballs for the first 150 guests, including Hawks fan Dwayne Clark, left.
In the ballroom, winners of the Cocktail Frenzy, Dr. Steven Dawson and Tia Heimgartner-Dawson, earned a tray of Screaming Sirens and table visit from KJ.
Code Blues, an Overlake physician and staff band, rocked the house.
David and Jessie Woolley-Wilson told the dramatic story of David's sudden cardiac arrest and the Overlake emergency team that saved his life.
The crowd pulled out the stops in the fund-a-need portion of the evening, bringing the total raised to an incredible, record-setting $1.4 million for emergency services at Overlake.
The after party was off the hook with dancing and the famous tater tot bar.
Our first responder partners are grateful for the care their patients get at Overlake--and the feeling is mutual.
We are also grateful to our generous community. Thank you all for your support.