As you can imagine, the need for recovery homes and the support they bring those who suffer from addiction is more important now than ever. Many of our residents have been furloughed or have lost their jobs. By canceling the race, we are limiting our income for ongoing expenses; however, we are putting safety above all and even if the social distancing restrictions are lifted by June, we are not comfortable gathering a large group of people.
We are in the process of shifting gears with our events for this year and will be rolling out a new series of virtual speaker webinars, called GRACE Speaks.
An evening with Liz Murray, National Speaker and Author
NOTICE: We have decided to postpone the September GRACE Speaks event due to the uncertainty of covid and current travel restrictions. Our plan is to launch the Liz Murray GRACE Speaks event during the first quarter of 2021.
Liz Murray, national speaker and author of Breaking Night: A Memoir of Forgiveness, Survival and My Journey from Homeless to Harvard. This is a story of success despite being homeless and raised by drug-addicted parents.
Liz will spend 30 minutes sharing her personal story She will then open it up for Q&A with the audience via moderator.
An evening with Lara Moritz, KMBC 9 News Anchor
July 21st, 2020 This Event Has Passed
Cost: FREE, Donations are welcomed
Location: Online Webinar
Organizer: Anissa Elsey – firstname.lastname@example.org
Lara Moritz, KMBC 9 News Anchor, will spend 30 minutes sharing her personal story and how she has overcome her struggle with addiction. She will also interview three Oxford residents who will share their stories and how living in an Oxford House has changed their lives.
This inaugural GRACE Speaks event will be free of charge as we introduce the Speaks program.
GRACE relies solely on private donations. Funds raised by GRACE Speaks will be used for outreach operations to meet our goals of opening new houses, serving residents and overseeing adherence to the Oxford House™ model.