Wednesday, October 2nd

Learn how SNAP invests in our community by creating opportunities for our low-income neighbors.

October 2, 2019

Doors Open at 11:30 a.m.
Program runs 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.

Spokane Convention Center

Ballroom 100BC
334 W. Spokane Falls Blvd
Spokane, WA 99201

*** If you have any questions, please contact Mariah McConnaughey at mcconnaughey@snapwa.org or 509-319-3012***

We encourage you to consider a pledge or donation of $100 or more at the event. Your gifts make all the difference!

Our keynote speaker is Kent Hoffman. 

Kent received his doctorate in 1975, focusing on the interface between psychological crisis and struggles within relationship. Kent has worked with psychiatric patients in prison, individuals with terminal cancer, survivors of sexual abuse, and homeless individuals Along with his colleagues, and based upon his decades of research with at-risk parents, he teaches his clinical approach to professionals around the world. Kent received the Governor’s Child Abuse Prevention Award in 2013 and is co-author of the best selling book, “Raising a Secure Child.”


Parking
Parking is available in the Spokane Convention Center Parking Garage on West Spokane Falls Boulevard for $8-10. Several surface lots are located within walking distance. Meter parking is available but limited. For covered parking there are spaces located on the south side of the Davenport Grand Hotel directly across the street from the INB Center. Self park is $5, plus an additional $1 per hour after four hours, does not include tax. Valet parking is located at The Grand for $17 per visit.

Parking Information

Want to be an Ode to Opportunity Sponsor or Table Captain?
Last year, we were grateful to have 43 sponsors. These sponsors make this event possible, and help us to enrich our programs and the neighbors we serve.

Reach out to Mariah McConnaughey for more information: McConnaughey@snapwa.org or 509-319-3012