2020 Miracles of Recovery Breakfast
It is with an abundance of caution that the Women’s Recovery Center has decided to postpone the Fourth Annual Miracles of Recovery Breakfast until fall 2020. We want to provide the best experience for our guests and partners, and we are unable to do so with the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.
We look forward to sharing stories of recovery and celebrating with you at a later date.
MORE SPECIAL EVENTS
Thank you to Linda Malicki and Diane Moffett for opening their North Ridgeville home to create new friendships and to introduce the Women’s Recovery Center to a new audience. Over a hearty beef stew and vegetarian chili, the Center shared our history and discussed the community needs related to addiction, the impact on families, and how few resources that are designated to meet the needs of women and their families.
The Women’s Recovery Center is grateful to Dave and Lisa O’Brien for their generous personal contribution to the Rebuilding Lives Capital Campaign. Through their leadership and the support of the Capital Campaign Taskforce, they have raised $750,000 in just ten months.
Thank you to Broestl & Wallis Fine Jewelers who donated a specially designed .58 carat diamond pendant to be raffled off in support of the WRC and Faith and Whiskey for hosting a concert to benefit the Women’s Recovery Center’s Rebuilding Lives Campaign on December 18th at Nighttown, where the winner of the Diamond Pendant Raffle was announced.
Thank you to the Cleveland Comedy Festival for selecting the Women’s Recovery Center as a Community Partner of the 8th Annual Cleveland Comedy Festival. Specifically, the Center is served as the Partner of the High Heels & Comedy at The Bevy inbirdtown 12112 Madison Avenue in Lakewood on Wednesday, November 18th.
Dave and Lisa O’Brien hosted a successful clambake at their home raising over $30,000 and sharing the story and vision of the Women’s Recovery Center to their friends, colleagues and family.
Dawn Hanson hosted and Kathleen Murphy Colan organized an afternoon tea event, Tea, Treats and Tours, at a historic Cleveland Heights on October 17th. The event raised $1,000 for the Capital Campaign.
Seeley Savidge Ebert & Gourash Co LPA hosted a special fundraising luncheon to benefit the Capital Campaign on August 11th. The invitations to colleagues and neighbors of the Westlake law practice drew nearly 200 attendees.
Dennis Gartland donated two CAVS finals tickets to be raffled raising nearly $5,500.
Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP has selected the Women’s Recovery Center as their charitable partner of the year. On June 23rd, the firm hosted a quesadilla lunch event for members of the firm. Proceeds of “jeans days” and other internal events benefit the Women’s Recovery Center’s Rebuilding Lives Campaign.