9th Annual Harvest Luncheon

When: 
Friday, 10 November 2017 11:00 AM
Where: 
Marriott Marquis - Houston 

YOU'RE INVITED!

You won't want to miss Kids' Meals 9th Annual Harvest Luncheon, Friday, November 10th at the luxurious new Marriot Marquis Houston. Curated market, mimosas and silent auction open at 10 a.m., program begins promptly at 11:30 a.m. A sell-out crowd is again expected-tickets and tables are selling fast. Purchase yours today!

Corporate Honoree: Group 1 Automotive

Legacy Honoree: Philamena & Arthur Baird

  • Co-chairs- Eloise Taussig Elizabeth Elder
  • Host Committee Co-Chairs- Lara Bell and Jana DeLongchamps
  • PR Chair- Myra Johnson 
  • Marketplace Chair- Kimberly Williams
  • Auction Chair- Denise Janowski

Thanks to a generous contribution from the John M. O'Quinn Foundation, our luncheon features Nashville singer/songwriter, Jimmy Wayne, who shares his journey from a poverty-stricken childhood, life on the streets and behind bars, to topping the country music charts. Guitar in hand, he combines stories and singing into a one-of-a-kind presentation you won't want to miss.

PRIVATE VIP CONCERT

Jimmy Wayne will host an exclusive, limited ticket private VIP event Thursday, November 9th, for top level table sponors.

ABOUT JIMMY WAYNE

Jimmy Wayne is a former foster kid turned country music singer/songwriter whose songs, story, and walk halfway across America in 2010 continue to help bring awareness to kids who age out of the foster system and become homeless. He earned the prestigious “Million-Air Award” for receiving one million radio spins of his song "Do You Believe Me Now." He is the author of Walk to Beautiful, his (three time) New York Times best-selling memoir, and the author of the novel and made-for-TV movie Paper Angels. Jimmy lives in Nashville, Tennessee.

Listen to Jimmy Wayne here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aoLFISIdH8g

HARVEST LUNCHEON HISTORY

Kids’ Meals Annual Harvest Luncheon brings together Houstonians interested in delivering hope to the future of our great city by investing in the next generation.

A sell-out, record crowd of 1,000 attended Kids’ Meals 8th Annual Harvest Luncheon where New York Times best-selling author, Jeanette Walls shared her inspirational climb out of poverty to penthouse on Fifth Avenue. Check out photos from last year's luncheon. All Photos by Daniel Ortiz Photography.

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information contact harvestluncheon@kidsmealshouston.org 

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