Annual Community Luncheon
Feeding Matters’ Annual Community Luncheon raises much-needed funds to accelerate identification, ignite research, and promote collaborative care for children with pediatric feeding disorder. This invite-only event unites families, clinicians, donors, and supporters for a captivating afternoon celebrating advances in PFD.
Since 2013, the Annual Community Luncheon has raised more than $1.1 million to support invaluable initiatives, including the Power of Two family support program, provider directory, and the Infant and Child Feeding Questionnaire.
No matter your location, participation is easy.
For more information about attending the 2019 community luncheon or hosting a table, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Feeding Matters’ Visionary Award recognizes an individual or corporation who has exhibited passion and commitment to help further the advances in pediatric feeding disorder.
In 2018, businesswoman and philanthropist Joan Lowell was honored with the inaugural Visionary Award in appreciation of the time, talent, and treasure she has shared with Feeding Matters over the years.