Video and photo gallery from the Breakfast of Hope
May 16, 2017 | Seattle
Please plan to join us May 10, 2018 at the Westin Seattle for the 16th annual Breakfast of Hope. In the meantime, enjoy highlights here from the 15th annual Breakfast of Hope–Ben Vereen’s powerful words taking control of your health, Dr. Suzanne Watnick’s insights on the diabetes-kidney connection and Col. Jim Manning’s story of how Northwest Kidney Centers has helped him. In all, breakfast donors and sponsors contributed more than $377,990 for charity care and services targeted at diabetes.
Thank you, attendees and corporate sponsors, for your generosity!
Dr. Ian de Boer talks about the connection between diabetes and kidney disease, and describes how Northwest Kidney Centers improves the lives of kidney patients.
Legendary performer Ben Vereen delivers an inspiring message about his diagnosis with diabetes and how he took charge of his own health and began helping others to do the same.
2017 Breakfast of Hope Speakers
Jim Dever of KING 5 “Evening” welcomes guests to the 15th annual Breakfast of Hope.
President and CEO Joyce Jackson updates guests on exciting new developments at Northwest Kidney Centers.
Dr. Suzanne Watnick
Chief Medical Officer Dr. Suzanne Watnick discusses the connection between diabetes and kidney disease.
Col. James Manning
Dialysis patient and trustee Col. James Manning describes the impact Northwest Kidney Centers has had on his life.