May 7 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Building Bridges – Breaking Bread
Rock Recovery’s Fourth Annual Signature Event with Special Guest Host Sarah Fraser
Gather around the table with us and enjoy a special dining experience at Lavagna in Washington, DC complete with a three-course farm-to-table meal shared family style.
Building Bridges is Rock Recovery’s annual signature fundraiser and our most important night of the year. It is a time where we make space for a vital conversation around mental health and disordered eating and raise critical funds to carryout our programs so we can change and save more lives with your support.
Join us, and help more men and women find freedom from disordered eating in Rock Recovery’s unique program- one meal at a time.
Schedule of Events:
6:00 7:00 PM – Take part in our special opening reception and silent auction
7:00 – 9:00 PM – Enjoy a delicious three-course meal with beer/wine and hear powerful stories from family members and former clients on how lives are changed and restored when we break bread together
To sponsor this event, please contact Rock Recovery’s Executive Director, Christie Dondero, at email@example.com or 919-696-4708.
About Rock Recovery:
More than 30 million Americans will battle an eating disorder at some point in their lifetime, and only 1 in 10 get treatment due to affordability, accessibility and stigma. Rock Recovery was founded to bridge gaps in treatment and understanding of disordered eating so that those numbers will change. Based on the belief that true freedom from disordered eating is possible, Rock Recovery has been working tirelessly since 2009 so that more men, women and children will be spared the devastating effects of the disease. Rock Recovery has been serving the Washington, DC community and beyond for the past seven years and has provided affordable outpatient treatment to more than 75 clients and community empowerment programs to 10,000 individuals.
About Our Guest Host, Sarah Fraser:
Sarah is the host of the enormously popular Hey Frase Podcast on iTunes. Sarah was also the host of The Sarah, Ty, and Mel Show on DC’s 107.3 in Washington, DC and appears weekly on FOX 5’s number one rated Good Day DC where she discusses her Pulse topic. Her spark and comedic timing also landed her the in-stadium co-host gig for the 2011 Washington Nationals. Sarah uses her platform to discuss social issues, particularly concerning women’s empowerment and minority-owned businesses. She dedicates her free time to several nonprofit organizations located in the District, Maryland, and Virginia. Sarah lives in Clarendon, Virginia and enjoys traveling to her mother’s goat farm in Maine to visit her brother, Seth, and her niece, Kimber.