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Clients in the News–September 2018

Clients in the News–September 2018

FYI BLOG Here’s what some of Avalon’s clients are up to this fall season: Wyoming recently announced a legal grizzly bear hunt within the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, so the National Parks Conservation Association is springing into action to try to stop the hunt....

Clients in the News – May 2017

    • Bread for the City holds its annual Good Hope Gala—named for the organization’s roots in Southeast Washington, DC on Good Hope Road, and echoing its mission. This year’s event—on May 20 in Washington—promises to be a real treat, with a live auction, seated dinner, and live music. But most importantly, the Gala is a chance to get together to provide hope for the more than 34,000 people Bread for the City serves every year. Last year’s event raised more than $1 million to support this vital cause, and organizers hope to top that record this year. For tickets, sponsorships, and more information, visit Bread for the City’s website.
    • May 29 is JFK’s 100th birthday, and the Kennedy Center is celebrating with special events every week, all year long. Visit the website for more information. And there’s still time to get tickets to the 2017 Kennedy Center Spring Gala—Come Together: A Celebration of John Lennon—on May 8. This exciting evening, hosted by actor David Duchovny, will feature performances of Lennon’s songs by Judy Collins, Shawn Colvin, Taj Mahal, Steven van Zandt, and more.
    • On May 11, the Maryland Food Bank’s Heroes Against Hunger Annual Award Breakfast in Baltimore celebrates individuals and organizations whose work with MFB aims to “vanquish hunger by lifting food-insecure Marylanders out of despair while modeling generosity and hope for all of us.” This inspiring event will remind us of the profound difference we can all make in the lives of others. Visit MFB’s website for tickets and more information on how you can help end hunger.
    • Every year, people across the Washington, DC, area look forward to the Friends of the National Zoo’s ZooFari—the premier culinary event featuring more than 100 top DC restaurants and vintners offering tastings in the wild setting of the Smithsonian’s National Zoo. Come for the terrific food, fine wine, live music, exotic animal encounters, silent auction, and much more. For tickets and details about this May 18 event, visit the Zoo’s website.
    • Discouraged about where we’re heading on global warming? The Rainforest Action Network wants you to know that we can avert this looming catastrophe. Join RAN in Boulder, Colorado, on May 30 for its spring benefit, Reversing Global Warming: It’s Possible! The evening will feature a conversation between Lindsey Allen, executive director of RAN, and Paul Hawken, an entrepreneur, environmentalist, author, and director of Project Drawdown, the world’s first comprehensive plan to reverse global warming. Get your tickets now at RAN’s website.
    • Pop culture has not always been kind to sharks, a species that is critical to ocean health. These fascinating creatures are in danger, largely due to human predators who kill them for their fins. Find out why sharks deserve our protection as well as our respect at the National Geographic Society’s Sharks exhibition starting May 24. Large-scale images, videos, artifacts, models, and interactive experiences highlight award-winning National Geographic photographer Brian Skerry’s passion, skill, and technique in capturing these beauties, whose survival is integral to our ecosystem.