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Support the Howard Hanna Corporate Chow Chow Luncheon, Dec. 15

Every year, hundreds from across the Pittsburgh, Pa., region gather at the Howard Hanna corporate office for the annual corporate Chow Chow luncheon, a holiday fundraiser benefitting the Howard Hanna Children’s Free Care Fund (HHCFCF). This year, more than 200 guests are expected to attend to help raise money for children across the region who need urgent medical care. With great food, showstopping raffle prizes and a visit from Santa, it’s no wonder so many people anticipate this event each December. The day will conclude with the grand prize drawing of a Dream Vacation. The Dream Vacation offers two trips for the winner to choose from: a 9-night trip to Italy for two or an eight-night trip to Hawaii for four.

Additional raffle basket prizes will include golf outings, elite fitness and spa packages, and plenty of gift cards and electronics. A silent auction was also held, with items ranging from designer jewelry and signed Pittsburgh Steelers memorabilia. Chow Chow, which has been a Howard Hanna holiday tradition since 1988, started as a small office luncheon and has transformed into a major holiday event that attracts agents, managers, friends and corporate partners from across the region. In fact, offices from across Howard Hanna’s 13-state footprint now host their own Chow Chow luncheons as a way to come together and support a great cause.

Over the years, the HHCFCF has donated more than $18 million to the care of children in our regional market areas. Though our ways of fundraising may have changed over the years, our goal has stayed the same: to help our community’s children in need, regardless of their family’s current financial situation.

Thank you to all the volunteers, guests and sponsors who will help make this year’s corporate Chow Chow luncheon special and successful.  

We would love for you to join us! Buy Chow Chow event tickets HERE.

Buy Dream Vacation tickets HERE.

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Last modified: December 5, 2023