Join Washington’s most influential business leaders, elected officials and environmental advocates on Wednesday, October 7th at 12PM PST for WCV’s Virtual Breakfast of Champions!
Explore our frequently asked questions below.
Do I need a Zoom account?
No. In order to attend the virtual Breakfast of Champions, you need to register online. You’ll receive an email with the Zoom link to access the live-streamed event at 12PM PST on Wednesday, October, 7th 2020.The day of the event, click the link and you’ll be able to enter the call without creating an account.
Do I need to purchase a table or ticket?
No. A benefit of going “virtual” is that we won’t be selling “tickets” or “tables” to attend the Breakfast of Champions this year!
How can I donate?
WCV’s Breakfast of Champions is our biggest fundraiser of the year and we need your support. Your donation helps fuel our work advocating and securing strong environmental protections that benefit our state’s climate, economy, and communities. Through our work, we find ways to reduce dangerous climate pollution resulting in cleaner air and water, increased economic opportunities, and a more just and equitable state.
You will have an opportunity to donate during the event, or you can make your gift beforehand by clicking here.
I need certain accommodations, who can I contact?
In accordance with our values, we strive to accommodate everyone and wish to provide an inclusive experience. If you require a specific accommodation, please contact Faye Kennedy, Development and Events Associate:
Will a recording be available?
Yes. The virtual Breakfast of Champions will be recorded and posted to our website after our event. Please still register so you receive an email with the recording after the event.
Guest Code of Conduct
Washington Conservation Voters wants all of our events to embody a safe and accepting environment for all attendees. We are committed to a safe, enjoyable and inclusive experience for every guest.
- Harassment of any kind, including stalking, deliberate intimidation, unwelcome physical attention, physical assault, and verbal harassment, will not be tolerated.
- Harassment is grounds for removal from event, and prohibition from future events and activities affiliated with our organization.
- If you find yourself the target of harassment, or experience problematic behavior, please report this information to our staff and we will address the situation.
- We also ask that witnesses to inappropriate behavior take action – bystander engagement has proven to be one of the strongest deterrents as part of efforts to combat harassment.
If you are a volunteer that experiences problematic behavior or is made uncomfortable by the actions or behaviors of other volunteers or staff people please bring this behavior to Faye Kennedy, Development and Events Associate at email@example.com.
Contact Faye Kennedy, Development and Events Associate: