Feeding Matters Announces 2020 Honorees

8th Annual Community Event to Honor Judy and Bill Schubert

Arizona-based nonprofit Feeding Matters will honor Judy and Bill Schubert with its Visionary Award at the 8th Annual Community Event on Thurs., Nov. 12.

An active figure in Phoenix philanthropy for more than 35 years, among her many accomplishments, Judy co-founded the Phoenix Ronald McDonald House and currently serves as a member of the Women’s Board of Barrow Neurological Foundation and The Board of Visitors, and she was on the founding board of the Junior League of Phoenix as well as several other organizations. Bill is currently serving as the treasurer on the board of directors for the 100 Club of Arizona and has served as chairman of the St. Joseph’s Hospital & Medical Center Community Board and the Ronald McDonald House of Phoenix Endowment Foundation, among other local nonprofits.

The Schuberts have championed Feeding Matters since its inception. They served as the 2016 Community Luncheon Event honorary chairs, and Judy has served as a community advisor for the past eight years. They are supporters of their current $3 million Power of a Name Campaign.

Feeding Matters’ Visionary Award was created to recognize an individual, individuals or a corporation that has exhibited passion and commitment to help further the advances in pediatric feeding disorders. For the first time ever, this annual event will be live streamed on a national stage from Phoenix on Nov. 12, 2020, at 9 a.m. in Arizona and 11 a.m. EST.

The event is presented by Jaburg Wilk Attorneys at Law and Mead Johnson Nutrition, and is underwritten by several local sponsors.

For more information about attending the 2020 event, email events@feedingmatters.org.

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