FAN Advocates received Chamber award

The Family Access Network (FAN) recently received the Community Service Award from the Redmond Chamber of Commerce & CVB. The Redmond Chamber awards celebrate the individuals and businesses that have had a significant impact on the Redmond community throughout 2019. FAN was thrilled to be considered and selected for all the work that our advocates do in Redmond schools and early childhood sites.

“We are so honored to receive this award from the Redmond Chamber of Commerce! It is a pleasure to work closely with the Redmond community to provide basic-need services to local children and families,” Julie Lyche, Executive Director.

The Redmond Chamber of Commerce & CVB aims to create a strong local economy by bringing the business community together to develop strong networks. The chamber is composed of 835 Redmond business leaders and continues to grow.

Pictured left to right: Eric Sande (Redmond Chamber Executive Director), Julie Lyche (FAN Executive Director), Marianna Frisinger (FAN Foundation Board Vice-Chair), Tammy Gates (FAN advocate), Laura Garcia (Redmond Chamber 2019 Board President)