Check out details of our annual picnic as well as team names, children walk in memory of, and sponsors in our June 2016 newsletter.
THANK YOU to everyone who sponsored, walked, ran, volunteered, or helped in any way! We raised about $11,000 from this event! That money will go toward our general operating budget so that we can continue to be a resource of support for local people grieving the death of a child.
See pictures from Robin Skievaski Photography here. You can even order prints of your favorite photos.… Read the rest
The link below is our registration information! All details can be viewed by clicking on this link.
We look forward to all the teams and individuals who will participate, sponsor, donate, volunteer, and ultimately remember together the children in our community that have left us too soon!
Here are important promotional, sponsorship, and volunteer forms!
2016 Raffle Tickets to Print and Sell!
2016 Volunteer Coordinator Form
2016 Volunteer Form
2016 Sponsorship Form
2016 Hard Copy Registration
2016 Bulletin Insert for Churches and Civic Programs
2016 Walk, Run, and Fun Day PSA
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Here is the March 2016 newsletter, or you can view it by clicking on our newsletter link.
We do have additional 5K updates! Mark your calendars for May 22. We are working on getting the registration link live, but in the meantime, here are some NEW details.
This year we are staging the event at The College Street Pavilion 360 College Street Dayton, Va 22821.
Free parking will still be available in the Wilbur Pence Middle School parking lot.
We are adding “Fun Day” to the event because we are planning children’s activities and raffle items.… Read the rest
Miss our monthly newsletters? Read here, February 2016.… Read the rest
Join us as we participate in The Compassionate Friends Worldwide Candlelight Remembrance Ceremony to honor the memory of our children, Sunday, December 13, 2015 at 7 pm. Plan to gather by 6:30 at River Oaks Church in Harrisonburg (behind the old Shoneys.) Please feel free to bring pictures or mementos of your child/children to place on the remembrance table. We also encourage you to bring family and friends to celebrate your child with you and a snack to share following the ceremony.
Our service will consist of several readings, a song written and performed by Jessie Trainum, and a bereaved sibling dance choreographed and performed by Alaina Erbaugh and Taryn Zander.… Read the rest
Our October 2015 Newsletter is filled with information about upcoming events, a heartfelt thank you note, and opportunities for you to weigh in on coping with grief during the holidays and how to deal with guilt as bereaved parents and siblings. We look forward to receiving your responses! Click here to read our October 2015 newsletter or visit our newsletter page.
A reminder that the Dayton Autumn Celebration was postponed until this Saturday so we are baking Thursday morning (Oct 8) during coffee time. You are also welcome to bring already baked items to contribute!… Read the rest
Our September Newsletter is FILLED with information about many upcoming special events, from childhood cancer awareness information, suicide prevention information, support group meeting schedules and more. You can read it by clicking here, or by going to our newsletter page.… Read the rest
In place of our May 11 support meeting, we invite you to join us at the Dayton Town Council Meeting for a rezoning request. The council will vote on whether or not to rezone the house located at 195 Main Street Dayton specifically for use by the Sadie Rose Foundation. This incredible opportunity is being offered to us for the same monthly rent we currently pay for two rooms at 206 Main Street. Wear your 5K shirts if you have one. Your support just by showing up means so much!… Read the rest
Special thanks to Karen Doss Bowman and Messenger Magazine for a beautiful tribute to The Sadie Rose Foundation. Read a PDF version of the article here. Messenger is the official magazine of the Church of the Brethren denomination. For more information about the magazine, or the Church of the Brethren, visit www.brethren.org.
I also want to add, there would never be an article like this without the many who make this possible! A special shout-out to our incredible donors and volunteers! YOU are what empowers the US! Thank you!… Read the rest