Women & Children's Free Restaurant & Community Kitchen will host its annual spring fundraiser on April 20, 2019. Now in its 13th year, this time honored event hosts up to 500 attendees at the beautiful Davenport Grand Ballroom. The purpose of the event is to raise awareness and vital funding for WCFR's nutrition programs. It's also an opportunity to enjoy time with old friends and make new ones. Please join us!
Saturday, April 20, 2019
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
The Davenport Grand, 333 W. Spokane Falls Blvd., Spokane, WA 99201
This event features:
A lovely four-course tea service
An exciting silent auction - this event is known for the quality and quantity of its auction items!
We offer individual tickets and tables of eight.
Opportunity for Table Hostesses to showcase their creativity by decorating their own tables. There are prizes in three "best of" categories: Most Traditional, Best Celebration of Spring, and Best Theme
To become a Table Hostess:
Gather 7 friends to fill a table of 8.
Register online or call Bonni at (509) 324-1995, ext. 303 for personal assistance.
Table hostesses are encouraged to decorate their tables using all or some of your own items. Have a traditional tea party or create a fun theme! Be as creative as you like - this is what makes our event so special! You'll have access to the loading dock for unloading your items, assistance transporting your items to your table and a place to store your bins and boxes during the event.
Women & Children's Free Restaurant & Community Kitchen is a vital safety net that fills nutritional gaps for women and children in need while fostering dignity and respect, both within our restaurant and in the community.
WCFR serves nutritious restaurant-style meals three times weekly, provides healthy meals to more than two dozen other local nonprofit programs in our community, and offers a weekly nutrition education class - all at no cost to our participants and partners. Our partner agencies provide services such as job training; mental health counseling; parenting support; shelter; employment support; domestic violence assistance; child care; after school programs; and support for youths. This unique collaboration connects our most vulnerable citizens with basic needs to improve their quality of life.
Safety, dignity, self-sufficiency, and mutual respect are key components of our services. We’re committed to helping create a strong and vibrant community and future. Food insecurity is defined as having unreliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food. In Spokane County, this problem affects at least 73,000 people – fully 15% of our residents and 1 out of 4 children. We leverage 50 tons of donated food and 15,000 volunteer hours annually to provide our services. We operate with a small staff of eight employees and 150 volunteers each week.
Women & Children's Free Restaurant & Community Kitchen
1408 N. Washington Street
Spokane, WA 99201