2019 Breakfast of Hope
Thursday, May 9, 2019 | 7:30 - 8:45 a.m. | Westin Seattle
Be inspired as you join with others passionate about fighting kidney disease
Money raised will support charity care for life-saving dialysis and valuable support services for patients and their families.
NBA legend Lenny Wilkens
Well-known to Seattleites and sports fans everywhere, Lenny starred for the Supersonics and later coached them to the NBA championship in 1979. He is one of two people in the NBA Hall of Fame as player and coach. Throughout his storied career he’s been a staunch supporter of social and family causes in Seattle.
Matt Lorch, emcee
News anchor at Seattle’s Q13 FOX News, Matt grew up in the area and graduated from the University of Washington. He also worked in TV news in Boston, Miami and Baltimore. Matt believes deeply in the work of Northwest Kidney Centers; his family has been impacted by kidney disease.
Joyce Jackson, president and CEO of Northwest Kidney Centers, will engage the community of supporters with a message of hope for people with kidney disease and for the future of kidney research, which holds greater promise than ever before for patients and their families.
The Louie family is featured at this year's breakfast.
Highlights of their story
ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR THE BREAKFAST OF HOPE IS NOW CLOSED
To register please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 206-720-8585.
Please register by 3 p.m. on Wednesday, May 8.