111 years and still going strong

Seattle City Councilmember Lisa Herbold addressed a crowd of more than 500 donors and business leaders at Neighborhood House’s 111th Anniversary Breakfast held March 15. Herbold reminded the audience that poverty is even more pervasive today than it was two decades ago. Mark Okazaki, the agency’s executive director, said, "We must choose to build bridges that connect people, not walls that separate." More than $183,000 was raised at the event.

Seattle City Councilmember Lisa Herbold addressed a crowd of more than 500 donors and business leaders at Neighborhood House’s 111th Anniversary Breakfast held March 15. Herbold reminded the audience that poverty is even more pervasive today than it was two decades ago. Mark Okazaki, the agency’s executive director, said, “We must choose to build bridges that connect people, not walls that separate.” More than $183,000 was raised at the event.

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