The disAbility Resource Center of the Rappahannock Area, Inc.
A Center for Independent Living working to enable people of all disabilities of all ages to reach their greatest potential of independent living.
Come join the fun, celebrate the holiday, and support the dRC at its Halloween Charity Bash on October 28, 2017, at the A. Smith Bowman Distillery from 7pm to 11pm. There will be food, music and dancing, holiday games and activities, a Distillery tasting, and a silent auction. As always with a Halloween event, everyone is encouraged to wear a costume. Tickets are available now by linking to Halloween Bash or at the dRC office for $75 or two for $130. Hurry! Ticket sales end Oct 22.
Six Bears and a Goat Brewing Co. is generously providing the “brew” and a bartender for the evening. Join them and help provide sponsorship for the Bash. Donated auction items are also being accepted. Contact the dRC or call 540-373-2559.
The Halloween Bash is this year’s dRC annual fall fundraiser. Funds are needed to support the services provided by the disAbility Resource Center to people like Joe’s son:
Joe, the father of a son with disabilities, reached out to the dRC, and his son received services through our durable medical re-use program. “We have been waiting for two years for a wheelchair for my son. In those two years he has grown a little over 7 inches and gained over 40 pounds. With that said, the chair we had was hurting him and not really helping him in any way. Thanks to you we can now better the conditions of his seating and overall life by having the right support. I’m blessed I was able to find you guys and so thankful. My son will now smile!”
The dRC, a non-profit whose staff includes people with disabilities and their family members, is ready to help with the needs of people with disabilities in its community. The dRC is the only organization in the region that supports and advocates for people with disabilities of all types across all stages of life. Whether it’s a teen with Cerebral Palsy getting ready to transition out of high school, a veteran who comes in for free assistive listening devices, a 40-year-old who needs long-term care because of a spinal cord injury, or an elderly person who wants to leave the nursing home and live in his or her home or with family, we are able to help with a wide array of services at no cost!
Please join the dRC and other costumed community members on October 28 for a night of great fun and activity and to help the dRC continue to provide needed services to people with disabilities in our community.
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