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To be held in Seattle at

Hideaway Cellars

4130 1st Ave South

Seattle WA  98134

           5 to 9PM


Limited Tickets & Sponsorships Available!

Single tickets, $125    Table of 8, $1,000

Sponsorships (choose your level)

Become a sponsor of Unmask the Night

See sponsorship benefit details here.

and download the Sponsorship Packet.

Our Sponsors Levels:


Featured Level Sponsor

$20,000 (one available only)

Leadership Level Sponsor

$10,000 (one available only)

Partner Level Sponsors

$5,000 (only one of two now available)

Supporting Level Sponsors


Teal Level Sponsors

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Join us as a sponsor for Unmask the Night, a masquerade evening of spirits, food, auction, and entertainment to “reveal the face of mental illness”.


Chad’s Legacy Project is at the forefront of improvements in the supports and systems in Mental Health care and education. Just since our last gala event in 2020, we have developed a national resource for mental health education curriculum, held two Washington State Mental Health Summit events, supported growth in the Certified Peer Counselor workforce, aided in providing free Mental Health First Aid Training across Washington State. We have also led a state-wide effort to create tools and systems toward the mainstream use of the Mental Health Advance Directive.


Thanks to Unmask the Night 2020 sponsors:

  •, originally rolled out in beta Form, August ‘21. Professionally redesigned and prepped for expansion, December ‘23.

  •, removing barriers, bringing the right people in the room at the right time. Last three events, 600+ attendees each.

  • CLP Support Programs - Scholarships and virtual training support to enable 30+ potential trainees to become Certified Peer Counselors; 100+ training manuals provided to enable free Mental Health First Aid trainings in rural Washington.

Where we are going next:

  • The expansion of from Mental Health Literacy, to add three other critical categories, creating the only resource of its kind in the nation and already hailed as the national repository for curricula in Mental Health Literacy.

  • Completion of a three year work product in enabling engagement in Mental Health Advance Directives, moving now to a legislative workgroup with the Washington Healthcare Authority as part of Senate Bill 5660 passed this year to further develop and implement findings CLP lead.

  • Evolving from grass-roots, volunteer organization into a strategically planned, staffed organization of the future.


Stay tuned for our growing list of our donors

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