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Learn more of FUSION’s role in addressing homelessness and be inspired to give.

Please join us at our fundraising luncheon to support FUSION, our family shelter and housing programs. There is no cost to attend, but all guests will be invited to make a minimum contribution of $150.

FUSION has invited Professor Gregg Colburn to deliver our keynote address for this fundraising luncheon.

Gregg is an Assistant Professor of Real Estate at the University of Washington’s College of Built Environments. He holds a PhD and a MSW from the University of Minnesota and an MBA from Northwestern University.

Gregg is also a member of the National Alliance to End Homelessness Research Council and is co-faculty lead of the University of Washington’s Homelessness Research Initiative.  He is currently conducting a speaking tour of the US, and will have a wealth of information to share about his insights into the root causes of homelessness, as well as regional variations.

FUSION will also share our approach to resolving homelessness within our community and how you can be a part of the solution.

Questions? Please email Melinda at

Fundraiser Luncheon

If you are unable to attend this luncheon, but would like to make a donation to support FUSION, please visit our donation page. 

Luncheon Registration Form

We have 3 seating options available to choose from.

1. Table Captain - I will invite 6-8 guests to join me at my table (you don’t need to know all your guests when you register).

2. Guest of a Table Captain - I've been invited by a registered Table Captain.

3. Individual Registration- Please seat me with a nice Table Captain.

*Please email your guest list to Melinda  at:

Luncheon & Keynote Address.

When: Tuesday May 9th

Time: Check-in @ 11:30 am
Program Noon – 1pm

Place: Twin Lakes Golf and Country Club

3583 SW 320th St, Federal Way, WA 98023

GREGG COLBURN is an Assistant Professor of Real Estate at UW’s College of Built Environments. He is the co-author of Homelessness is a Housing Problem, and is currently touring the US speaking to communities about regional variances in homelessness and solutions.