Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we unfortunately had to make the tough decision to cancel the annual Scott Tompkin's Memorial Golf Tournament. In lieu of the golf tournament, VSS is hosting a virtual silent auction Fall Fundraiser starting October 23 and will run through October 30. Although we will miss seeing everyone out on the course, we hope to continue honoring Scott's legacy through this auction, by supporting those individuals hurt or harmed by crime, something Scott dedicated his life to. We look forward to the 2021 Annual Scott Tompkin's Memorial Golf Tournament next Fall. In the mean time, happy bidding and we thank you for your continued support and understanding!
A great way to be more involved with VSS and the Fall Fundraiser is by becoming a sponsor and we have many great opportunities available! For more information about sponsoring our Fall Fundraiser, you may email Michaela@victimsupportservices.org or download the form here: Fall Fundraiser Sponsorship Opportunities.
We are also accepting donations for the silent auction. If you would like to contribute, please email Leslie@victimsupportservices.org. We are looking for gift baskets, gift cards, and more!
More details will be released soon. In the mean time, please save-the-date and share with friends!
If you are unable to attend the auction but would like to support Victim Support Services, you may donate here! All individuals that set-up a monthly recurring donation of $25 or more no later than December 11, 2020 will be mailed a 2021 VSS Pet Calendar.
VSS thanks you for your continued support and we hope to "see" you at our virtual silent auction starting October 23!
The Scott Tompkins Memorial Golf Tournament is in honor of a great friend, a stellar detective, and a champion for crime victims. Detective Scott Tompkins succumbed to a sudden illness in September 2018. Scott was a long-serving member of the King County Sheriff’s Office, hired in 1991, and contributed his time to Victim Support Services as a board member for seven years. Scott inspired others by bringing suspects to justice and providing closure to many families.
He loved golf and was an integral part of our golf tournament fundraiser each year, working to plan it and register new players, which benefit crime victim services in our state. It will never be the same without our beloved friend there golfing, and we plan to keep his memory alive, always. It is our honor to recognize his dedication and commitment to the community though this golf tournament.