Somebody invites us to a free lunch – or breakfast or dinner – there has to be a catch, right?
Right. We’ll get a sales pitch or an offer that seems too good to be true. And usually that’s the case but, hey, we got a free meal, so at least there’s that.
But what if I invited you to a free Breakfast – and by the way, I am – and not only will you get a free meal but you’ll have an opportunity to change someone’s life for the better?
What if you attended the OLSHF Keep the Promise Breakfast on May 11th at Marylhurst University and heard stories from people that can see and hear the world around them because other people like you cared enough to make a difference?
And what if you also learned of people who won’t receive the gift of seeing their children grow up or of kids that aren’t succeeding in school simply because they don’t have a pair of eyeglasses to help them read the words on a page?
If you knew that you could make a difference in one life – or hundreds of lives! – would you accept my invitation and accept the offer of a free breakfast?
And if you haven’t already saved May 11th on your calendar by now, maybe you will if young Ella Osborn invites you:
“Doug REALLY needs to be more assertive. Please be my guest and help us ‘keep the promise’.
Too many kids have undetected vision issues and, together, we can help them. I’ll see you on May 11th, right?”
To RSVP that you are accepting my – I mean, Ella’s – invitation:
Info@OLSHF.org OR (503) 413-7399.
See you on May 11th!