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
We are so grateful and excited about everything that is happening at SRF! Here are a few things for your calendar.
June 11 we have our regular monthly open house coffee from 9:30-11:30 at our current office location, 206 Main Street.
June 16 we will be preparing the new house at 195 Main Street for some painting and planting as we begin to personalize this location for SRF use.
June 17&18 a local church camp is sending crews out to paint and plant. Feel free stop by and/or pitch in any of these three days.… 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
MARK YOUR CALENDARS for our annual 5K Sunday afternoon, April 26! Same location as previous years, but different date, day, and time. Watch for opportunities to volunteer and for registration links posted soon.
Our regular support meetings schedule has resumed. As always, check our Facebook page and website for changes or for inclement weather updates.
We are in the process of forming committees to serve as part of our board and leadership team. More information on that and opportunities to get involved will be forthcoming.… Read the rest
We will NOT have our regularly scheduled support meetings for the month of December! Please see this list for December events. However, one-on-one support, person-to-person, texting, email, and Facebook is available at ANY time! Contact our office or see the list of peer support parents on page 2 of our November December 2014. Our regular support meeting schedule resumes in January 2015.
Dec 8: 28th Annual Bereaved Parents Memorial Tree Service, hosted by Sentara RMH, 7-9 p.m., on the first floor concourse. This service is open to anyone in the community who has lost a child in miscarriage, stillbirth or early infancy.… Read the rest
Join us Nov 22, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Dayton Church of the Brethren, 202 Main Street Dayton, VA, for a Holiday Shopping Bazaar with multiple vendors and local crafters, homemade baked goods sale, homemade doughnuts, breakfast sandwiches, and soups and sandwiches for lunch. This event benefits the ongoing outreach programs of The Sadie Rose Foundation. Click the following link for a PDF flier of the event. Feel free to print and share!
Just a reminder that our “Remembering our Babies” walk in participation with National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day is Wednesday, Oct. 15th. Meet on the steps of the Rockingham County Courthouse in Harrisonburg between 6:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.. We will start the announcements and walk at 7.
Feel free to decorate small paper bags for luminaries and bring them with you. If you need sand or candles for your luminaries, we will have some on hand. We plan to place the luminaries on the steps of the courthouse before the walk.… Read the rest
In participation with National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day!
October 15, 2014
Around Court Square in Harrisonburg
Meet on the steps of the Rockingham County Court House
Gather family and friends, church groups, and social groups for this casual awareness walk around Court Square to raise awareness for pregnancy and infant loss.
This event is free, but donations are appreciated!
Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness bracelets for sale at our office throughout October and at the event.
We invite you to create luminaries in memory of a baby or with the pregnancy and infant loss awareness ribbon.… Read the rest