Clothes For Kids celebrating fifth Transforming Lives Breakfast, honoring community partners March 12

clothes-for-kidsClothes For Kids is hosting its fifth Annual Transforming Lives Breakfast, Thursday, March 12, at the Lynnwood Convention Center. You can register at and click on the invitation or call 425-741-6500.

“The breakfast is our largest annual fundraising event, allowing Clothes For Kids to fill our inventory and prepare the store for even more students,” said Joy Ingram, Development Director. “The breakfast is also our opportunity to recognize the community partners and volunteers that make everything we do possible.”

This year’s breakfast will be emceed by Jen Mueller, sideline reporter for the Seattle Seahawks and Seattle Mariners, and founder of Talk Sporty To Me. “This is the third year that Jen has emceed the event. She brings a really great perspective and insight to the morning,” said Ingram.

This year’s award recipients include the Employee Community Fund of Boeing Puget Sound and EWomen Network Bellevue/Seattle and Snohomish Chapters. In addition, Alex Costumbrado from the Casino Road YMCA will speak to the need and benefits of Clothes For Kids for the families he works with.

“The breakfast is free to attend with a donation requested at the event,” said Ingram. “Thanks to our sponsors, 100 percent of the donations made at the breakfast will go directly to Clothes For Kids’ programs.”

Silver Sponsors for the 2015 Transforming Lives Breakfast are Umpqua Bank, Charlie’s Produce and Gerber Collision. Community Sponsors are Verdant Health, Coordinated Care and Kato Enterprises LLP, with media sponsor My Neighborhood News Network.

Clothes For Kids has been serving Snohomish County since 1984 as a non-profit organization providing wardrobes for low-income families.

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