November 4, 2017 | Fremont Studios, Seattle

Inspiring Journeys Auction Gala

At Boyer Children's Clinic, we believe that all children have the right to live the happiest and healthiest lives possible.

Our work supports each child’s unique abilities, and helps every family become their child’s best advocate.

Our Services

Since 1942, Boyer has provided Puget Sound-area children with special needs with early intervention services designed to help them reach their maximum potential and improve their quality of life. In addition to helping children, we also provide valuable support services to parents that teach them to be the best advocates possible.

Our Story

As the largest provider of early intervention programs and services in Seattle, Boyer is recognized as one of the region’s premier resources for children with neuromuscular disorders or developmental delays. For nearly 75 years, our highly-skilled experts have provided thousands of families with support, guidance, and hope for a brighter future.

How to Help

Boyer relies on the generous partnership of individuals, foundations, and corporations to help ensure that all children in our community have access to the life-changing care they need to thrive. Join our efforts to help every child and family when they need us most. Your investment will support every child’s right to live the healthiest and happiest life possible.

  • Magnuson Park Clinic Now Open
    Magnuson Park Clinic Now Open
    “This incredible achievement is an opportunity to honor Boyer’s past, and more importantly, to celebrate a future of enhanced access for families to the critical early intervention services they need.”
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  • 2016 Inspiring Journeys Auction
    2016 Inspiring Journeys Auction
    This year’s Inspiring Journeys Auction brought together over 400 community members at Fremont Studios to celebrate and raise funds for the children and families Boyer proudly serves.
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Meet our Families

We are honored to share stories from our families, supporters and volunteers. No two journeys are the same, but the positive impact of early intervention is clear.