The April 2017 newsletter is posted on our Newsletter page.
Click here for the registration link to our 5K! Early registration ends April 17, so register now to guarantee a t-shirt!
“I lost my beautiful 17 year old daughter, Taylor Elaine, on March 16, 2015, in a tragic car accident. Taylor loved life, and brought joy to anyone that knew her. Regina Harlow with The Sadie Rose Foundation is the reason I’m here today. I always told Taylor, along with her siblings, my Mother always told me she thought God chose special Angels to send from Heaven, to help those in need. I’m 100% positive, without a doubt, Regina is one of those hand-picked Angels. Come walk with us, in memory of Taylor, and support this great foundation!” –Kelli
You have an opportunity to help us continue to be there for Kelli and other local families who come to know the tragic grief of the death of a child. Join friends and family at the Sixth Annual Sadie Rose 5K Run/Walk. Headquarters will be Wilbur Pence Middle School in Dayton. The 3.1 mile Run/Walk course will take participants past scenic Silver Lake on gravel roads through rolling farmland. Participants will be eligible for generous prizes!
Pre-register by April 17 to guarantee your t-shirt. Cost is a donation of $20 per person with opportunities to create online fundraising pages and set larger goals of your choosing.
Friends groups, civic groups, entire families, multiple generations, youth groups, Sunday school classes and entire congregations are invited to join us! You’re encouraged to participate in memory of a child, sibling, friend, grandchild, niece, nephew, any child, of any age, that has had an impact in your life. Goofy costumes and team-themes are welcome. Register online at www.sadierosefoundation.org or at our Facebook page “Annual Sadie Rose 5K Run/Walk.” Whether or not you can attend the event, we’d love to have you participate as a corporate sponsor or sponsor an individual.
The Sadie Rose Foundation, a non-profit 501c3 organization in Dayton, offers non-clinical peer support for those grieving the death of a child and advocates for grief awareness and education. We have connected with more than 400 families in our local community since our founding in 2008. We offer multiple support groups, one-on-one peer support and lay counseling, pastoral services, and a variety of other interpersonal support and care, as well as special annual remembrance events such as this one throughout the year.
Questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or 540-810-0307.
“Because the path of grief after losing a child should never be walked alone.”
Co-founder, Executive Director
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