REDMOND, Washington (March 19, 2013)–Hopelink, an organization dedicated to helping underprivileged individuals and families in King and Snohomish counties in Washington state, recently announced the dates for its End Summer Hunger campaign, which will run from April through August. The organization is encouraging all of its supporters, including longtime proponent Jonathan Milstein, to participate to make this event a huge success.

According to Feeding America, the leading hunger relief organization in the nation, more than 50 million Americans go hungry each day. This equates to approximately one out of six people, including more than one out of five children. Donations from the End Summer Hunger campaign will be distributed among the five Hopelink service centers in east and north King County.

For more than four decades, Hopelink has provided services to individuals and families in need. Its services include assistance in the areas of adult education, family development, food, housing, and transportation.

Jonathan Milstein is a longtime supporter and volunteer for Hopelink. Aside from his charitable interests, he serves as an attorney at Puget Sound Professional Legal Services, where he focuses on family law matters. Prior to his current position, Jonathan Milstein served as an assistant attorney general for the Washington State Attorney General's Office.