RICHLAND, Wash.- SIGN Fracture Care will host their 2013 benefit to show people how they're providing "The Royal Treatment" to thousands of patients each year and yet offering their guests the opportunity to raise the paddle and join them in their mission.
SIGN collaborates with surgeons in developing countries to fix serverly broken bones with implants at no cost to the patient.
The SIGN Organization is able to provide the instruments and doctor training solely on donations and fundraisers.
"There are so many more surgeons who need the equipment and so many more patients who need SIGN surgery. So, we need the help of the local community to help us to continue to grow and to expand to more hospitals and to treat more patients," said SIGN's CEO Jeanne Dillner.
The public is invited to attend this year's "The Royal Treatment" benefit Saturday, Oct. 5th at the Three-Rivers Convention Center.
There will be live entertainment, dinner, a silent auction and raise the paddle auction.
Tickets are $50 per person and can be purchased through Wednesday, Oct 2nd.
Every dollar raised will be matched by the Seattle Foundation.