Bill Gates, Fiona Walugembe, and Steve Davis announced the Reach Campaign at the 2015 Breakfast for Global Health in Seattle. The $100 million dollar campaign will accelerate progress toward a world where health is in reach for everyone. Photo: PATH/Christopher Nelson Photography.
The Breakfast for Global Health provides critical support to fuel PATH’s most innovative projects. Each May we invite hundreds of people to enjoy breakfast, discover PATH’s work, and join us in saving the lives of women and children around the world.
On May 8, 2015, PATH announced a new phase of work to reach higher, faster, and farther at the Breakfast for Global Health in Seattle. More than 800 people learned about the Reach Campaign, which is raising $100 million to accelerate progress toward a world where health is within reach for everyone, no matter where they live. Supporters contributed $1.4 million toward that goal.
Hundreds more will gather on May 20 to continue the celebration at the Bellevue Breakfast for Global Health. Governor Gary Locke will join PATH President and CEO Steve Davis on the stage to share progress and possibility in global health. Women’s health expert Fiona Walugembe, who leads an innovative family program in Uganda, will share what it means for women and countries to be empowered—and how individuals can help us achieve both.
Guests will also be treated to videos from the field, hands-on experiences with our innovative solutions, and “vignettes” from Africa and Asia.
If you’re planning to attend the Bellevue event or would like to learn more, information on registration, featured speakers, and directions to the venues are available online, by emailing email@example.com, or by calling 206.302.4515.