Since 1937, the Ryther League has supported Ryther through fundraising, volunteer work and financial donations. The League is comprised of individual units and members-at-large throughout the Puget Sound area. From events, creating quilts, orchestrating plant sales and providing birthday cakes, haircuts and items for the Holiday Store, each unit chooses its own way to give. Check out the League’s current events, how to join and information about the all volunteer run Ballard thrift store, ReStyle for Ryther, and how to get involved.
League Spring Luncheon is May 7th at the Seattle Tennis Club
Join the Ryther League for the annual Spring Luncheon, featuring Moonlighting Unit’s “Tea in the Garden” silent auction and Cosmopolitan Unit’s finer jewelry sale. All proceeds support the Ryther League and Ryther’s programs. You’ll hear updates, news and stories to inspire.
Cost is $30 per person. To attend, each unit chair please mail one check only by April 30th to Carolee, Luncheon Chair.
If you are interested in the League and would like to learn more or attend the luncheon, please contact the League Liaison at email@example.com or call 206.517.0215.
Check out the League’s Facebook page to get the latest.
The Ryther League operates the all volunteer run ReStyle for Ryther, a quality thrift store in old Ballard at 5435 Ballard Avenue NW. It is open Tuesday through Saturday, noon to 6pm, on Sunday noon to 4pm and is closed on Mondays. All proceeds benefit Ryther's programs.
To donate to ReStyle for Ryther, please drop off quality used items: women and men’s clothing, shoes, jewelry, home décor items (pretty vases, candle holders, serving dishes, bread trays, etc.) and books to Ryther's main campus, located at 2400 NE 95th St. from 8am – 7pm, Monday through Thursday and 8am - 5pm on Friday. For complete list of items needed as well as items not accepted please click here.
If you are interested in volunteering in the store please email: R4Rthrift@gmail.com.
Join an existing unit or start your own with friends, family or co-workers. Units have as few as 6 members and some as many as 40. You may also want to join as a member at large. The League is a separate 501(c)(3) organization and is run by a volunteer Executive Board. Members form friendships that span decades, as well as new relationships grounded in the desire to help improve the lives of vulnerable children and their families. For information, contact Robin Bennett, Ryther League Liaison at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 206.517.0215.