SAFY’s Agents of Hope Luncheon

SAFY’s inaugural Agents of Hope luncheon welcomed over 100 attendees and included amazing foster parents, foster youth, and sponsors who help to make SAFY’s important work possible. Guests enjoyed lunch at the Embassy Suites Airport, watched an amazing video (created by our own Adam Reiss), and heard incredible stories of impact from people on all sides of our foster care system. The keynote speaker was, former foster youth, Josh Shipp, who told the audience his inspiring story. To learn more about SAFY’s work, click here:


Alzheimer’s Association 2019 Breakthrough Benefit

The Alzheimer’s Association hosted the it first annual Breakthrough Benefit on April 18, 2019, and LW Events had the honor of working with them for the second year in a row. The event raised over $130,000 to aid in important scientific research. Attendees were able to hear touching stories from caregivers, as well as one person with early onset Alzheimer’s, but it was an uplifting evening with tremendous performances from local band, Arch City Lights. Great music, interwoven with powerful stories, made for a must-attend event. Over $25,000 was raised with Gifts of Hope, and over 250 attendees enjoyed food from Together & Company. The live entertainment was spectacular in the Express Live venue. To learn more about the Alzheimer’s Association, click


The Thurber Prize for American Humor

LW Events was thrilled to plan the 2018 Thurber Prize for American Humor event on Wednesday, December 5 at the Columbus Atheneaum. With over 200 attendees, the Thurber House was happy to be celebrating back in Columbus after many years in New York City. Guests were treated to an evening of entertainment and laughter provided by the evening's emcee, John Kenney (Thurber Prize winner in 2014) and the 2018 finalists: Jenny Allen, John Hodgman, and 2018 winner, Patrica Lockwood. To learn more about giving back to the Thurber House, please visit their website at


B'nai Mitzvah

LW Events partnered with a local family to plan a fantastic b'nai mitzvah with a summer camp theme. Highline Car House served as a dramatic backdrop providing rustic elements, and Two Caterers filled the canoe with delicious hors d'oeuvres. The kids had fun playing "camp games" while the adults enjoyed a 3-course lunch to celebrate this momentous occasion. The day would not have been complete without campfire cupcakes for the kids, and roasted marshmallow pot du creme for the adults.