Check out some of our events past made possible by you, our partners and sponsors,
and the incredible charities we do this for!
August 31, 2018
Our first ever SOLD OUT event! Together with an amazing community of gamers, FTW Events raised $10,200 for the Seattle Children’s Hospital’s Uncompensated Care Fund and $1,000 for our fellow geeks at WorldBuilders. Our Games for Kids Raffle also resulted in 32 games being gifted to the Seattle Children’s Hospital’s Inpatient Playroom, each one having been handpicked and generously donated by guests.
April 2, 2018
Our 3rd Annual Night of Board Gaming for Good on March 2nd was another one for the books because we managed to break another record! Gamers came together to raise more than $9000 for the Imagine Guild and the Seattle Children's Hospital.
Night of Gaming for Good on Top of the World, PAX Edition!
September 1, 2017
Join us for an evening with the gaming community celebrating and playing games we love, partaking in fine dining, enjoying Top of the World views, and winning gaming prizes while giving generously to a great cause. Our beneficiary, the Imagine Guild, supports the Seattle Children’s Hospital, Uncompensated Care program. Takes place on Friday, September 1, during PAX West weekend, though you do not need to attend PAX to join us. Though if you are, consider this an awesome after-party!
March 3, 2017
It all happens on Friday, March 3rd. Join us for an evening with the gaming community celebrating something we love while partaking in amazing food, enjoying Top of the World views, and giving generously to a good cause. Our beneficiary, the Imagine Guild, supports the Seattle Children’s Hospital, Uncompensated Care program. This program eases the financial burden on parents, allowing them to focus on the most important thing - their child’s health. With today’s unstable healthcare climate, the vulnerable families and kids supported by this program need our assistance more than ever.
September 1, 2016
Play all of your favorite games, get a fantastic meal and help raise money for Seattle Children's Hospital at this great event. A general admission ticket gets you a full meal, the best views in the entire city and all the games you can play. We'll have pop-up stores, charity auctions and maybe even a few surprise guests. VIP guests get in an hour earlier in order to join a gourmet 3 course meal, private gaming areas (if desired), and along with all of the benefits of a GA ticket, will also receive an exclusive SWAG bag.
April 7, 2016
FTW Events and Calliope Games invite you to the inaugural Top of the World Board Game Extravaganza benefiting The Imagine Guild at Children's Hospital!
Why: Because you love to game. Because you love helping a good cause. Because the top of the Columbia Tower is the tallest publicly accessible point west of the Mississippi River. Because there are LITERALLY THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS in prizes (games!) to be won, all generously donated by members of the gaming community. Because there's no other organized gaming at ECCC on Thursday night. Because you took Friday off anyway, right?
April 11, 2015 - (As Dawgsled Events)
You are invited to the third annual Table Top Day on Top of the World Benefiting Meow Cat Rescue! This is an age 21+ charity event celebrating Internet community Geek & Sundry's event International Table Top Day on April 11, 2015.
As this is a not-for-profit charity event, all proceeds above the cost of putting on the event will be donated to Meow Cat Rescue, a no-kill cat shelter in Kirkland, WA. Last year, we raised over $3000 for them.
April 5, 2014 - (As Dawgsled Events)
You are invited to the second annual Table Top Day on Top of the World Benefiting Meow Cat Rescue! This event is a 21+ event celebrating Internet community Geek & Sundry's event International Table Top Day on April 5, 2014.
From 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM, we will have the run of the entire 76th floor (that's the top!) of the Columbia Tower. All proceeds from this not-for-profit event above the cost of putting it on will be donated to Meow Cat Rescue, a no-kill cat shelter in Kirkland, WA.