Bargreen Ellingson presents
UNCF Spring Cooking Series 2016

Saturday, May 07, 2016
About This Event:

May 7 - June 25


Learn from the best local chefs plus enjoy a great lunch and support UNCF in the Pacific Northwest!


Buy 5 sessions for $175 and get one session FREE!

May 7 - Chef Mulu Abate, chef/owner of Lovage (Ethiopian)
May 14 - Chef Phillippe Thomelin, chef/owner of Olivar (Spanish/French)
May 21 - Chef Tarik Abdullah, DJ & cook (Pop-Up Cuisines)
May 28 - Chef Erick Davis-Cline, chef/owner of Blu Chocolat (Caribbean British Isle)
June 4 - Chef Edouardo Jordan, chef/owner of Salare (Contemporary American)
June 11 - No session
June 18 - Chef Harold Fields, sous chef of Space Needle (Pacific NW - Special Father's Day inspired meal)
June 25 - Chef Wayne Johnson, executive chef of Farestart (Mediterranean/Southern)

For more information and to register, please email or call (206) 292-8859
Bargreen Ellingson Seattle Test Kitchen
3627 1st Avenue South will be the location of this event.

SAVE THE DATE - UNCF Walk, Run, Bike for Education

Saturday, August 20, 2016

UNCF Portfolio Project 2016-2017
In partnership with the YMCA and Leisure Hour Jr. Golf Program

Saturday, August 27, 2016
About This Event:

Saturday sessions: August 27, 2016 - November 12, 2016

The Portfolio Project provides an 11-week boot camp that guides high school juniors and seniors through the college and scholarship application process. Students will create a portfolio of academic and personal achievements that will help them to make appropriate college choices and apply for scholarships.

During the Portfolio Project, all students are paired with a mentor.

Student and mentor applications will be available at starting April 4, 2016

Application deadline is July 8, 2016

For more information, please call 206-292-8859 or email

UNCF Black College Fair
In partnership with the Northwest African American Museum

Sunday, October 23, 2016
About This Event:


At this event, high school students, transfer students, and parents will have the opportunity to meet with recruiters and alumni groups from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs); Pacific Northwest colleges and universities; and local community educational organizations. Speaker panels include HBCU alumni panel and S.T.E.A.M. panel.

For more information, please email or visit starting May 2, 2016 to register
Northwest African American Museum
2300 S. Massachusetts St. will be the location of this event.

SAVE THE DATE - 11th Annual UNCF A Mind Is... Gala

Saturday, February 25, 2017