Feeding Matters Raises $290K for Pediatric Feeding Disorders

Philanthropist Joan Lowell receives inaugural Visionary Award

Feeding Matters raised more than $290,000 during its 6thAnnual Community Luncheon on Sept. 25 at the Arizona Biltmore. More than 700 guests joined honorary chairs Amy and Patrick Armstrong as the organization honored Valley businesswoman and philanthropist Joan Lowell with its inaugural Visionary Award. Jaburg Wilk Attorneys at Law and the Armstrong Family Foundation presented the event, which was underwritten by additional local sponsors.

Feeding matters is the only organization in the world dedicated to advancing the system of care for pediatric feeding disorders.


Bob and Shannon Goldwater, Feeding Matters founder, with Pam and Darrin Wright

Bruce Wright, Feeding Matters board chair

Jim Armstrong, The Armstrong Family Foundation

Melissa Ferber and Kristy Kazian, Mealtime Munchkins

Kamille and Hannah Mora

Malachi and Jabin Mora

Josh, Jill, and George Garcia

Elizabeth Suarez, Shannon Goldwater, Heather Viti Taylor, Lucy Dishon and Allison Heron

Joan Lowell

Mercy Care Arizona

Will, Megan and Lee Goldwater

Shannon Goldwater, Joan Lowell and Chris Linn, Feeding Matters president and CEO

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