Save the Date: Sunday, October 15, 2017 at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church in North Hollywood, CA (11:30 am to 2:30 pm)
Empty Bowl Flyer
Empty Bowl started as an international grassroots effort to fight hunger. FP-Verdugos is hosting the fundraiser to continue providing safe shelter, meals and support to homeless families.
The basic premise is simple: independent potters, arts associations and other groups within the community create handcrafted ceramic bowls. Guests who purchase Adult tickets to a simple meal of soup, bread and dessert donated by area restaurants and they take their selected bowl home with them as a symbol of the hunger and uncertainty homeless families face daily.
Empty Bowl 2017 will also feature an arts and crafts sale by local area artists. All money raised will further Family Promise of the Verdugo’s mission of assisting situationally-homeless families.
Ways to support Empty Bowl 2017 include:
Presenting Sponsor ($2,500) – Name included in press release * Corporate Banner displayed at event * Premium logo placement on place mats * Plus 10 lunch tickets
Platinum Sponsor ($1,250) – Premium logo placement on place mats* plus 10 lunch tickets
Gold Sponsor ($600) – Logo printed on place mats * plus 6 lunch tickets
Silver Sponsor ($400) – Logo printed on place mats * plus 4 lunch tickets
Bronze Sponsor ($150) – Name printed on place mats * plus 2 lunch tickets
Event Sponsors – Click here to download Sponsorship Form
Other ways to support:
Silent Auction Donations
For more information on the 2017 Empty Bowl event, email ExecutiveDirector@FamilyPromiseVerdugos.org
Burbank Temple Emanu El
Mike & Karen Swan
The Hernandez Family
Click below to view pictures from past Empty Bowl Events.
Empty Bowl 2013 pictures
Empty Bowl 2012 Pictures (Photographer Harvey Branman Photography as an Art)
Empty Bowl 2012 Pictures (Photographer Jasmine Cap)
Empty Bowl 2012 Pictures (Photographer Eric Michael Cap)
Empty Bowl 2011 Pictures (Photographer Harvey Branman Photography as an Art)
Empty Bowl 2011 Pictures (Photographer Eric Michael Cap)