Scottsdale luncheon to celebrate active volunteers

Robert Egger, founder of the L.A. Kitchen and the D.C. Central Kitchen, brings his edgy style to Phoenix to discuss his mission to galvanize change in our world through active volunteerism.

Mr. Egger’s Community Kitchens recover fresh fruits and vegetables to fuel culinary arts job training programs for men and women coming


Robert Egger. (Submitted photo)

out of foster care and older men and women returning from incarceration in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., according to a press release.

Mr. Egger is to host Experience Matters Luncheon: Moving Inspiration to Practice on Tuesday, Oct. 27, at Camelback Inn, 5402 E. Lincoln Drive in Scottsdale.

According to the release, Experience Matters connects passionate individuals in Maricopa County with nonprofit organizations and supports the organizations as they receive the talent.

Lattie Coor, former ASU President and current CEO of the Center for the Future of Arizona, will receive the Change Maker Award for outstanding community service, the release stated.

Sponsorships start at $1,500; individual tickets available for $150 per person.

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