LOST LAKE CARES CAMPAIGN TO BENEFIT THE WOMEN’S EDUCATION PROGRAM

All are welcome to enjoy Eggs Benedict, Bloody Marys and Burgers and Fries for a great cause this Tuesday, October 20th. Lost Lake Cafe and Lounge, as a part of their Lost Lake Cares Campaign, will donate 10% of all of their proceeds for 24 hours to the Women’s Education Program (WEP). This amazing program is a clean, sober, and safe community for homeless and formerly homeless women to enjoy a hearty breakfast and free learning activities. WEP fosters individual and collective creativity in a warm and welcoming academic environment and engages the adult learner in collaborative educational opportunities to honor diversity of experience and expression.

About the Women’s Education Program

The Women’s Education Program at Antioch University Seattle thrives on community, which may explain why its efforts to serve homeless and formerly homeless women in downtown Seattle have been so successful. The program runs 50 weeks a year, closing for the last 2 weeks in December. Every Thursday a warm breakfast and a room filled with welcome and comfort continues the spirit of support and friendship that has drawn participants for sixteen years. Learn more here.

Lost Lake Cares
Since its official launch in January of 2014, the Lost Lake Cares Campaign has raised over $18,000 for local charities. The 3rd Tuesday of each month- diners are invited to “order up” as 10% of all menu sales for a complete 24 hour period, are donated to a featured local charity.

2014-2015 Lost Lake Cares’ causes included: Crisis Clinic, Aloha Inn, Lifelong AIDS Alliance, Jubilee Women’s Center, Shepherd’s Counseling Service, Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation, Women’s Education Program, Camp Korey, Gilda’s Club Seattle, Emerald City Pet Rescue, Lowell Elementary School, Jewish Family Service, and Community Lunch on Capitol Hill.

Lost Lake Café and Lounge is located at 1505 10th Ave. on Capitol Hill and is open 24 hours a day. Get info and check out menus at www.lostlakecafe.com.

Written by Charles

Charles Koh founded EatSeattle, and has continued to use his expertise as editor-in-chief to guide the website’s growth over the last five years. Koh’s experience focuses on digital marketing and social media, and has been a part of several companies, some of which he created, specializing in both areas over the course of his career. Koh was previously with Google and Zagat where he helped expand and grow communities worldwide.

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