Nataly Kogan to give keynote address

PRESS RELEASE (March 27, 2019) —

WHAT: Women Fighting Hunger

WHERE: Rhythm City Casino 7077 Elmore Ave. Davenport, Iowa

WHAT: Women Fighting Hunger

WHERE: Rhythm City Casino, 7077 Elmore Ave, Davenport, IA

WHEN: Thursday, March 28, 2019

Volunteer Hour: 4:30-5:30PM. (Attendees will have the opportunity to lend a hand packing items for River Bend Foodbank’s Backpack Program.)

Doors Open/Cocktails: 5:30-6:30PM

Welcome and Dinner Served: 6:30PM

Keynote: 7:15-8:15PM

WHY: Entrepreneur, former venture-capitalist, founder and CEO of Happier Inc, and author of Happier Now: How to Stop Chasing Perfection and Embrace Everyday Moments, Nataly Kogan, will keynote River Bend Foodbank’s inaugural Women Fighting Hunger event. With a goal of raising awareness and funds to end childhood hunger in our community, the Women Fighting Hunger event will engage women leaders to champion the issue.


Gold sponsors: Bank of America, Northwest Bank and Trust Company, River City Tire and Automotive, UnityPoint Health-Trinity

Silver sponsors: Eye Surgeons Associates, Lujack Hiline of the Quad Cities, Royal Neighbors of America, the University of Iowa Community Credit Union, Wells Fargo

Bronze sponsors: Carpetland USA and Ruhl&Ruhl Realtors In-kind sponsor: Rhythm City Casino and Hy-Vee

About River Bend Foodbank — The Foodbank is the largest hunger relief organization in the Quad Cities and surrounding communities, having distributed over 15.1 million meals in 2018 to hungry people in eastern Iowa and western Illinois. Our mission is to lead the community-wide effort to end hunger in Iowa and Illinois. We do this through food distribution in partnership with our 300 agencies as well as our Mobile Pantries, Senior Pantries, School Pantries and Backpack Program. The best and easiest way to help is to go online: visit us at

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