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Goldwater Law Firm Will Support Local Non-Profit

Feeding Matters, at Annual Fundraising Luncheon

Goldwater Law Firm, a prestigious personal injury firm in Phoenix, has been a long-time donor to Feeding Matters. The law firm will continue to show its support for the Arizona non-profit’s upcoming annual fundraising luncheon on September 25th at the historic Arizona Biltmore.

Feeding Matters is doing work that no other organization in the world is doing. Dedicated to advancing the research, identification, and collaborative care of pediatric feeding disorders, the goal of Feeding Matters is to create a world where children with feeding disorders will thrive. 

The message behind Feeding Matters personally resonates with Goldwater Law Firm’s founder, Bob Goldwater. “Feeding Matters is a centralized organization that brings people together to establish protocols and raise awareness,” said Mr. Goldwater. His firm has supported Feeding Matters’ cause since the non-profit’s beginning. In fact, his wife, Shannon Goldwater, was inspired to found Feeding Matters after the premature birth of their triplets who all battled feeding disorders. The non-profit encourages awareness and understanding for pediatric feeding disorders and has been a resource for thousands of parents and medical professionals across the United States and worldwide.

Feeding Matters will be holding their 6th annual fundraising luncheon in order to continue the important work and growth of the organization. The luncheon provides a great opportunity to share the mission of Feeding Matters with the community. Last year, Feeding Matters raised $320,000, with Bob and Shannon Goldwater and other long-time donors partnering to provide a dollar-for-dollar match for the first $85,000 donated. This year’s luncheon is hoped to be just as successful as Goldwater Law Firm will be in attendance along with 800-1000 other expected guests. “It’s a great chance to raise awareness and donations, as new people attend every year,” Mr. Goldwater commented.

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