Please join the Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank for our major annual fundraising event at Eastridge Church in Issaquah.
We are thrilled to bring this event back to an in-person gathering for the first time since 2019, and your generosity is more important than ever in the face of rising prices and growing food insecurity. Join us to learn how we can all help people in our community become more resilient!
There is no cost to attend. However, this is a fundraising event, so a minimum $150 gift is asked of each guest. Please also help us expand our reach by inviting others to join and give. Together, we can be resilient.
Masks strongly encouraged.
If you’re unable to join us, please consider donating to help us reach our $250,000 fundraising goal for this event! 100% of proceeds will go toward providing free resources to those in need.
Thank you for your heart for others!
Robin Hamm, vice president of social impact for MOD Pizza
Robin is passionate about helping people build resilience by removing barriers to opportunity and stability.
She started her journey at MOD Pizza in 2017 as vice president of culinary and supply chain, and later served at vice president of operations where she led all field operations, including the opening of 100+ new locations across the U.S.
In her current role as vice president of social impact, Robin leads social impact and talent acquisition for the 500+ location fast-casual pizza brand. She is responsible for delivering on MOD’s social impact commitment – to be the leading employer providing opportunity, stability, and economic mobility to individuals facing barriers to employment.
As a 20-year hospitality industry veteran with vast experience in talent leadership, she has a wide perspective on the topic of social equity and the importance of providing roads to resilience in order to build healthier, stronger communities.
Recipe for Hope
Date and Time
Tuesday Sep 27, 2022 7:30 AM - 1:00 PM PDT
24205 SE Issaquah Fall City Rd
Issaquah WA 98029