Thanks for making our 15th Annual Campaign Breakfast a huge success!
Thanks to all our wonderful supporters, volunteers and staff, our 15th Annual Breakfast was a huge success and will provide resources to achieve our mission to help teens, young adults and their families overcome the effects of mind-changing chemicals while assisting the community through partnerships in education and prevention. Here is a list of our sponsors and some photos from the event. We are very grateful for everyone’s support.
Community pulls through at the last minute to exceed 2014 Holiday Matching Challenge
Thanks to a generous matching challenge from the Security Service Charitable Foundation and several other donors, a record breaking $93,217 was raised during our 2014 Holiday Match Campaign. Thank you to everyone for your support! Your investment provides recovery services year-round to more than 3,100 teens, young adults and their families through PDAP, Rise Education and Prevention, Rise Early Intervention and Rise Youth Leadership. If you didn’t get a chance to donate during this campaign but still want to help, you can make a donation online at www.riserecovery.org/donate.
“Miss USA 2006” impacts high school students with her recovery story
During her recent visit to San Antonio hosted by Rise Recovery, “Miss USA 2006,” Tara Conner, made a big impact on the high school students and their parents. She was authentic and transparent in her story of recovery. Tara spoke to over a 1,000 students at the following high schools: St. Mary’s Hall, Alamo Heights High School, Boerne High School and Boerne Champion.
Quotes from the community:
“Tara’s visit was a great success. She has a way of reaching out to kids that is amazing. The way they responded to her after her talk at St. Mary’s Hall was something I had to see to believe. One by one they waited to speak with her…many in tears, obviously sharing burdens they were carrying that needed to be lifted.” – Rise Recovery Board Member
“I’m so glad to hear Tara felt like she’d make a difference, and if you can pass on to her that she truly did and that she has made a life-altering impact on our students here, please do.” – Leader at St. Mary’s Hall
An evening with
“Miss USA 2006”
“Recovering the Crown”
Breaking the Cycle of Addiction
Oct 2, 2014
We thank the Alamo Heights High School for hosting the event!
Tara Conner is a singer/songwriter, actress, television personality
and model; as well as an advocate and voice of long-term recovery.
Please join us as she shares her experience, strength, and hope
with the San Antonio community.
Photo courtesy of Miss Universe L.P., LLLP