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Thursday, August 25, 2022
5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
14300 NE 145th St. Woodinville, WA 98072
Registration is closed
Hopelink’s Farm Fresh Feast will be a fully in-person event this year, and we hope you can join us! Participants will enjoy exceptional Sparkman Cellars wines and a very special menu created for the occasion by Chef John Howie.
Registration is now closed for this year’s event. Please visit hopelink.org/take-action to find out about other ways you can support our community. And don’t forget to register for the Reaching Out Luncheon, being held October 17th, both in-person at Meydenbauer Center and virtually online.
This year marks Hopelink’s 9th annual Farm Fresh Feast! Read below to learn more about some of the people who will make this year’s event special. From enjoying a one-of-a-kind menu to participating in an exciting auction, you will enjoy an inspiring evening of community members gathering to support Hopelink! Masks are strongly recommended, but not required.
Dr. Catherine Cushinberry
Hopelink CEO Dr. Catherine Cushinberry is looking forward to joining us at Sparkman cellars for her second Farm Fresh Feast event. Dr. Cushinberry has served as Hopelink CEO since April 2021, joining the organization from City Year Memphis, where she was executive director. During her time as Hopelink CEO, Dr. Cushinberry has taken the lead in not only guiding the organization through the later months of the pandemic but positioning Hopelink for the years ahead. Since joining the organization, Dr. Cushinberry has been featured in 425 Magazine and on the cover of 425 Business, as well as on KING TV’s Hometeam Harvest broadcast in December.
For the past 31 years, Graham Crow has been working with schools, charities and organizations all over the United States and Canada, raising more than $95 million dollars through benefit auctions and fundraising events. His philosophy of encouraging people to “donate more than you had planned, but to feel really good about doing so,” has made him one of the most sought-after benefit auctioneers in North America. He is delighted to return for the fifth year as Hopelink's auctioneer in 2022.
Since beginning his culinary career in Seattle at the age of 15, John Howie has made a name for himself in two key areas: a commitment to fresh, unique dishes in each of his food and beverage enterprises, and a generous spirit that lives to serve his community. Howie is the heart and soul of John Howie Steak, Seastar, Sport and Beardslee Public House; restaurants that are known for their philanthropic achievements as well as their culinary expertise. Regularly featured in local and national media, Howie also is the author of “Passion & Palate: Recipes for a Generous Table.”
For questions, please email RSVP@hopelink.org or call 425.897.3703.