Loft9 Participates in the 2nd Annual Tom Douglas’s Lawn Party and Croquet Tournament

Sep 13, 2013News & Updates

SEATTLE – 9/13/13— 6 associates from Loft9 (, a Seattle-based consulting firm, put together a team to participate in the 2nd annual Tom Douglas Lawn Party and Croquet Tournament – an event to raise funds to support Food Lifeline (a Seattle-based non-profit organization dedicated to ending hunger in Western Washington). Food Lifeline makes every penny count, and 94% of the food we receive from local, state and national contributors is donated. Last year, Food Lifeline distributed more than 35 million pounds of food – the equivalent of more than 27 million meals to feed hungry people throughout Western Washington. They provides food to over 745,000 people through their network of nearly 300 food banks, meal programs and shelters.Loft9 is committed to being involved in the communities they live and work in and leaving a positive footprint in addition to the best-fit resources they provide to the clients they work with. They seek out opportunities to engage with highly effective organizations and coordinate associates willing to contribute their time and energy to supporting their work. Food Lifeline is an example of an organization that is positively impacting the community and Loft9 is honored to support.In addition to working with Seattle Works, Loft9 is a sponsor of the Madhouse Project as well as the Providence Hospice Pediatric Luncheon, being a major donor and large attendee at both annual events. Loft9 and its associates have a heart for community service and supported The Bike MS (Multiple Sclerosis) Ride, the Food Lifeline, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation StairClimb, Compass Housing Alliance, Jubilee, Stand for Children, Children’s Hospital, PAWS, and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.