Lawyers Helping Hungry Children, a nonprofit dedicated to ending childhood hunger in Washington, will hold its annual fundraiser on October 13 at the Grand Hyatt in Seattle. The luncheon will be emceed by Ian Lindsay and headlined by keynote speaker Rob McKenna, former Washington attorney general.
Individual tickets are $100 for the event or $60 for students and attorneys with government and nonprofit organizations. Tables can be reserved for $1,000. Online registration is available at www.lhhcwa.org.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of Lawyers Helping Hungry Children’s mission of raising money and advocating on behalf of hungry children. The money raised by LHHC goes to beneficiary organizations that provide food to children of low-income families and to advocacy for childhood hunger issues. Beneficiary organizations include the City of Seattle Summer Food Program, Northwest Harvest, Emergency Feeding Program, and CARE.
Also on October 13, LHHC’s Pierce County Chapter will hold its 8th annual breakfast to benefit three food banks that have backpack programs for school-age children. The breakfast is at St. Leo Food Connection from 7:30–8:30 a.m. Dr. Anthony Chen, director of health with the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department, will be the guest speaker. For more information, contact Arlene Joe at arlenejoe@
harbornet.com or 253-212-0349.
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