Congratulations To Our Nonprofit Of The Week
The Emily Evans Foundation
About the Nonprofit:
The Emily Evans Concert for Hope was established by the Evans family in 2021 as a heartfelt tribute to their beloved daughter, Emily. Tragically, Emily lost her life to an accidental overdose in May 2016, a consequence of being denied treatment due to a lapse in medical coverage.
Driven by their devastating loss, the Emily Evans Foundation fights tirelessly against the harrowing opiate epidemic, striving to spare other families from enduring the same heartbreaking tragedy. Through their concerted efforts, they have organized two impactful events, raising over $65,000 in donations to support individuals grappling with addiction and mental health issues.
Despite their achievements, the Emily Evans Foundation understands that the battle is far from over. With an unwavering commitment to the cause, they plan to collaborate with other venues and event producers in the community, expanding their reach and providing ongoing support to those in need.
With sorrow weighing heavily on their hearts, the Emily Evans Foundation remains steadfast in their mission, determined to transform their pain into hope. Their dedication serves as a beacon of light for those affected by addiction and mental health challenges, offering solace and the promise of a better future.
Emily Evans Concert For Hope (emilyevansfund.org)
The Emily Evans Foundation | Bel Air MD | Facebook
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