Maleng Award Breakfast

CCYJ’s Advocate for Youth Award Breakfast is our cornerstone community gathering and fundraiser

Save the Date: Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Thank You! The 2017 Advocate for Youth Award Breakfast was a great success.

2017 Breakfast Presented by
Mariner's Care and Seattle Children's Hospital

Presenting Media Sponsor

The Seattle Times

The breakfast is a catalyst for our community to recognize the youth in our juvenile justice and child welfare systems, honor their resilience, and improve their futures. As some of the most vulnerable and forgotten, these children and youth need us to continue the work on effective, lasting reforms.

Thank you for standing with children and youth! Together we raised nearly $370,000 at the 2017 Norm Maleng Advocate for Youth Award Breakfast to build pathways forward for generations of young people.

Missed the Breakfast? View our video “50,000 Reasons to Care” below!

Norm Maleng Advocate for Youth Award honorees: Dr. Eric and Casey Trupin, for their extraordinary, outcomes-focused advocacy on behalf of at-risk and vulnerable youth.

Keynote: Kris Hermanns, CEO of Pride Foundation.

Many thanks to the community champions who make this event possible with generous sponsorship support:

  • Partner in Justice Sponsors—Amazon; The Ballmer Group, Philanthropy; Perkins Coie; Raikes Foundation; Trident Seafoods; University of Washington
  • Advocate for Youth Sponsors—B&G Property Maintenance; Banner Bank; Davis Wright Tremaine; Foster Pepper PLLC; Garvey Schubert Barer; Navigant; Pacifica Law Group; Puyallup Tribe of Indians; Riddell Williams; Tulalip Tribes Charitable Fund
  • Table Sponsors—1st Security Bank of Washington; Amara; Andersen Tax LLC; Ash Consulting; College Success Foundation; Columbia Legal Services; Coordinated Care Health; DNA Seattle; Navos; Prolumina/SRS Premier Real Time; RBC Wealth Management; Sea Mar Community Health Centers; Seattle Goodwill; Snoqualmie Indian Tribe; Stan Perkins, Attorney; Stokes Lawrence; TRC Staffing; UW Medicine’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences; Virginia Mason; YMCA of Greater Seattle