Gather your family members and friends! We are excited to announce our second annual Sadie Rose 5K, Saturday June 15th, starting at Wilbur Pence in Dayton. Form teams to run/walk in memory of your child or you can register as an individual.
$20 before June 4th guarantees a t-shirt. $25 after June 4th and on race day. Family/team discount of $17/individual regardless of entry date. We are now offering an easy online registration. (Additional $2.20 processing fee applies, but we encourage you to register this way because of how it streamlines the process for you and us.)
NEW THIS YEAR: You can also invite people to sponsor you for this event.… Read the rest
Thank you for all your support in the past. We are at a place where we need funds to continue for the next month. (April.) At this point we offer all our support and services free of charge, because we do not want to add possible financial stress to someone who needs support after the death of a child. If you are able to donate, please do so by clicking on the donate button at your left. (Or you can mail a check to SRF P.O. Box 382 Dayton, VA 22821.)
We have added a new monthly miscarriage support meeting and a new monthly adult only support meeting. We also have a new location for our bereaved family support meeting and are planning an Extreme Office Makeover. Read all about it in our March newsletter. Click HERE to access the newsletter or go to our website and click on the newsletter tab.… Read the rest
See what’s happening in The Sadie Rose Foundation in February. One of our new features for 2013 is monthly remembrances. We are also hosting a special Valentine’s Day coffee. View details by clicking this link.… Read the rest
The Sadie Rose Foundation is excited to welcome Karen Doss Bowman to our board of directors. We look forward to working with Karen and the insight and expertise she brings. See her bio below.
Karen Doss Bowman, from Bridgewater, Va., is a freelance writer and editor who frequently contributes to a number of local publications, including Rockingham Memorial Hospital’s HealthQuest magazine, Bloom and Bridgewater College’s Bridgewater magazine.
Prior to launching her freelance writing business in July 2005, Karen’s professional experience included 12 years as a staff writer and editor for Bridgewater College, Georgetown University and Radford University.… Read the rest
The Sadie Rose Foundation is excited to welcome Regina Orebaugh to our Board of Directors. She believes in the mission of the Sadie Rose Foundation and is ready, willing and able to help fulfill that mission in whatever way she can. Welcome, Regina! (See her bio below.)
Regina writes, “I am married to Rick Orebaugh. We have a 13-year-old daughter, Haley. We reside in Elkton, VA. I have been employed with Harrisonburg Auto Mall for 20 years. I have volunteered in the past with Rockingham County Parks and Recreation.… Read the rest
Our December newsletter is filled with upcoming events like the Bereaved Parents Memorial Tree Service, the Candlelight Ceremony and a Christmas Coffee. It also includes “thank you’s” to many individuals and families, and opportunities to come together as bereaved families to remember our children together. We are here for you through the holidays and beyond, because the path of grief after losing a child should never be walked alone.… Read the rest
We have a lot going on at the Sadie Rose Foundation in October. We still need volunteers for this Friday, Oct. 5, and Saturday, Oct. 6, to help make and sell homemade doughnuts at the Dayton Autumn Celebration. We are also busy gearing up for our Third Annual Remembrance Walk. I am also participating in CarlyMarie’s Project Heal 2012 this October and invite all who wish to join me. Information about all these events are here in our October Newsletter.… Read the rest
The Bridgewater Ruritan Club has generously offered that in exchange for us providing volunteers for their food booth at the Rockingham County Fair August 13-18, 2012, the Sadie Rose Foundation will receive a donation from the Club’s proceeds that week!
Personally, I love the idea because all the planning and background work is done by the Ruritan’s and we just show up during the time slots on the sign-up sheet to help put drinks in the cooler, assemble sandwiches, take orders, etc.
It’s an easy fundraiser for us and a great way to support active community service organizations in our area.… Read the rest