Rock Recovery's Building Bridges Breaking Bread Benefit Dinner


UPCOMING DATES AND TIMES

  • Saturday, Feb 29, 2020 6:30-10 p.m.

  Rosslyn Events

LOCATION: Convene - 1201 Wilson Blvd

Join the Rosslyn-based nonprofit Rock Recovery for their 7th annual benefit dinner!

Held at the close of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, Building Bridges Breaking Bread is a fun night out that celebrates the power of community and raises funds to support the incredible clients Rock Recovery serves.

Surrounded by a stunning view from the tallest building in the D.C. Metro region, you’ll enjoy a special opening reception, a three-course plated dinner, unlimited beer and wine, and a live and silent auction.

Proceeds from the event will go toward program scholarships to help more clients heal from disordered eating so they can break bread with those they love.

Ticket prices

Young Adult: $175

Individual: $225

Couples ticket package: $400

Sponsorship options are available. Click here to view details.

To sponsor this event, please contact Rock Recovery’s Communications and Events Manager, Kristyn Soto at kristyn@rockrecoveryed.org or 571-255-9906.   

About Rock Recovery:

More than 30 million Americans will battle an eating disorder at some point in their lifetime, and only 1 in 10 get treatment due to affordability, accessibility and stigma. Rock Recovery was founded to bridge gaps in treatment and understanding of disordered eating so that those numbers will change. Based on the belief that true freedom from disordered eating is possible, Rock Recovery has been working tirelessly since 2009 so that more men, women and children will be spared the devastating effects of the disease. Rock Recovery served the Washington, DC community and beyond and has provided affordable outpatient treatment and community education to more than 100 clients and 15,000 individuals.

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