I am so honored to have a relationship with all my local clients. You are the bread to my butter! I especially want to thank my dear friend Cami (www.webcami.com) for referring me to the West Seattle Blog. They just launched a brand new website and I got to design the logo. So very cool. Did you know I can design your blog ad too? Check out the new site: www.westseattleblog.com Thanks WSB!
In 2013, at the Brain Injury Gala (B.I.G.) for the Brain Injury Alliance of Washington (BIAWA), they honored my sister Kate (a brain injury survivor) and our family. In 2014, BIAWA stepped it up a notch and arranged for Macklemore to meet Kate.
What a lucky guy!
Needless to say, I was excited when Kate asked me to be her date for this year’s event. Before the festivities, we were blessed to have some quiet time with the honored speaker Ben Vereen. An incredible actor, dancer, singer and brain injury survivor. What an honor. Such a nice man.
The BIAWA has been wonderful support for Kate and our family. To learn more about their event and how you can give, go to: www.biawa.org
To see the video BIAWA did about my family, go to: www.youtube.com
On September 9th, I had the honor of attending the groundbreaking ceremony for Food Lifeline’s Hunger Solution Center. This new center is 190,000 square feet! There’s enough room to save 100 million pounds of food each year. That’s 83 million meals for hungry people. The event was a great success. I love spending time with my Food Lifeline friends, (that’s me and my friend Marie, a Food Lifeline volunteer). The absolute highlight for me was getting a chance to meet my favorite chef, Tom Douglas. He is a huge supporter for Food Lifeline and I am his biggest fan.
To learn how you can help Food Lifeline, go to: www.foodlifeline.org