Our Office

One-To-One Support and Office Hours Are By Appointment

Mailing Address:

The Sadie Rose Foundation

P.O. Box 382

Dayton, VA 22821

Physical Address:

Vonda and Kassandra currently work from home.  In person meetings are held in various locations throughout Rockingham County.


Support: (540) 810-0307

Information: (540) 810-4351

Board of Directors

Vonda D-162

Vonda Driver

Executive Director, President

Heather King

Board Chair

Calvin Shirk


Chris Galloway

Director, Secretary

Non-Board Personnel

Regina Cyzick Harlow

Co-Founder, Speaker, Support Companion

Lee Harlow


Kassandra Galloway

CFO, Administrative Assistant

300 Club

We are looking for partners to help continue our momentum and are asking you to consider joining our $300 Club. We need immediate and ongoing funds to continue and are seeking individuals, businesses, churches, and organizations to commit to giving $300 a year or $25 a month. Our monthly operating expenses average $5000 with rent, facility, operations, programs, and payroll.

Vonda Driver, Executive Director

Vonda is mom to three adult children and Nan to 7. She lives in Harrisonburg. with her two cats, Ponce and Tagua. Vonda served on the Sadie Rose Foundation Board for two years prior to becoming the 2nd Executive Director. She believes that when a family is walking through grief, it is beneficial to have the support of a community who understands. Outside of her duties at the Foundation, Vonda stays busy as an Oola Certified Life Coach, BANK IOS Certified Coach, and pet sitter extraordinaire.

Calvin Shirk: Director, Recording Secretary, 5k Event Planning Team

Hi, I’m Calvin Shirk and I was born in Ephrata, Pa. (Lancaster County). I’m the oldest of six children, and for the most part grew up on a dairy farm. The tractors always held more interest than the cows did for me. I met my wife Martha in the youth group of church conference we both grew up in. Our parents knew each other from the same youth group twenty some years earlier. We lived two hours apart, so I spent many hours and miles on the road each weekend of our courtship. We got married in February of 2001 and settled on a acre horse farm. The first of our nine living children was born in December of 2001. I built fence as my first job off of the farm, then moved on to driving big trucks. I’ve had at least part of my work include a CDL class truck ever since. In December 2006 we moved to McVeytown, Pa. and spent almost eight years there before moving to Virginia in September 2014. Two months after moving to Virginia, we were introduced to the Sadie Rose Foundation after experiencing the second miscarriage of our marriage. In 2017 we got a lot more involved with the Sadie Rose Foundation after a tumultuous pregnancy that ended in a live birth, but we were only able to have our dear son earth-side for 23 hours before letting him go as he was born without any kidneys. Regina and the rest of the group has been a real support for our family as we walk this path of grief. As I mentioned earlier we do have nine living children, ranging in age from 17 to 1 year old. And of those nine, 5 are boys, and four are girls. We now live in Broadway, Va on 13 acres that is also home to 5 goats, a few cats and a dog. A local farmer also put some cows on the pasture this summer. We try to do a big garden, and hope to expand our livestock into something profitable. With 11 people in the household, there is always something going on somewhere!

Philip Haddad, Director

Philip moved to the area from Pittsburgh PA to attend Eastern Mennonite University. He has come to the Shenandoah Valley since childhood to attend annual family reunions, and decided this would be an ideal place to raise a family. Philip is married to Rachel, who is also heavily involved with non-profits, currently A Family For Every Orphan, they have three boys, one dog, and four cats. Philip is a financial advisor, invested in his church, and loves serving the community through organizations such as the Sadie Rose Foundation.