Enjoy fine food & beverage, auctions, giveaways and more while watching the Seahawks v. Falcons game live at the Lourdes Foundation Seahawks Tailgate Party.

Lourdes Foundation Seahawks Tailgate Party

Posted on September 16, 2016

Enjoy fine food & beverage, auctions, giveaways and more while watching the Seahawks v. Falcons game live!*

Lourdes Foundation Seahawks Tailgate Party
Sunday, October 16th – 12:30pm
Dillon Hall at St. Joseph’s Church
520 S. Garfield in Kennewick | Directions
Sponsored by Washington Trust Bank

Tailgate festivities include complimentary food (Fat Olives) and beverage (D’s Wicked Cider, Ice Harbor, Claar Cellars and Pepsi), auction, raffle, games and much more! Funds raised will support children struggling with mental health issues through the Lourdes Counseling Center’s Children’s Summer Day Program.


$50 each or $350/table for 8
Email Wendee Bodnar or call (509) 543-2412
*21 and over

Lourdes Foundation Mission

The mission of the Lourdes Foundation is to encourage financial support for Lourdes Health Network and ensure a legacy of faith-based health care for future generations of Tri-Cities residents. The Lourdes Foundation Tailgate Party will continue these efforts by raising greatly needed funds to support local kids struggling with mental illness through the Lourdes Counseling Center’s Children’s Summer Day Program.

Each year, Lourdes Counseling Center partners with our three school districts to offer the Children’s Day Program, an intensive mental health treatment program for children, adolescents and their families. The program provides a structured and safe environment to develop skills for coping with emotional and behavioral problems within an academic setting and in the home environment. While the program is funded by the school districts during the academic year, it is up to Lourdes Foundation to raise funds to continue the program during summer months. Lourdes Foundation relies on grant funds and individual contributions to sustain the program during the summer and offer students consistency and comradely that it is vital to their treatment.