Annual Community Luncheon

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Thanks to your support, Feeding Matters raised over $290,000 during our 6th Annual Community Luncheon on Tuesday, September 25. Nearly 700 guests joined honorary chairs Amy and Patrick Armstrong at the historic Arizona Biltmore to not only raise awareness for Feeding Matters' fight to make a better world for children with pediatric feeding disorder (PFD), but to also honor Valley businesswoman and philanthropist Joan Lowell with our inaugural Visionary Award.

Created to recognize an individual or corporation who has exhibited passion and commitment to help further advances in pediatric feeding disorder, the Feeding Matters Visionary Award is a gesture of respect given to Joan in appreciation of the time, talent, and treasure she has shared with Feeding Matters over the years.

Presented by the Armstrong Family Foundation and Jaburg|Wilk, Attorneys at Law, this annual event is completely underwritten by local sponsors, including the Arizona Community Foundation, Lerner & Rowe Gives Back, Mercy Care, Miracle Mile Deli, and Shamrock Farms, meaning every dollar raised will directly benefit children with PFD.

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