Achievements

Achievements

Al Perry, representative and former Chairperson of Bobby Bonds Memorial Foundation, presents a check to Gary Feldman of A New Way Recovery.

The foundation is very pleased to be able to assist people in need of assistance who are entering A New Way Recovery, in keeping with its mission of helping addicts move their lives from active addiction to active recovery along with at-risk families.

A New Way Recovery House is a unique transitional recovery residence for adult males at least 18 years of age who need additional support early in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.

The organization is run by a team of individuals with over 100 years of collective experience with helping individuals with the recovery process. The team has decades of experience working in and around the addiction treatment industry.

Visit A New Way Recovery to get more information about their organization.

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Danielle Bonds, on behalf of the Bobby Bonds Memorial Foundation, presents a check to Barb Williamson of Way of Life Sober Living.

The funds are used to afford scholarships for people that are moving their lives from active addiction to active recovery in keeping with the foundation’s mission statement

Way of Life operates a network of recovery and sober homes throughout the Greater Philadelphia, Pennsylvania region.

Way of Life’s affordable, upscale, spacious, clean, and comfortable accommodations are matched only by the safe, nurturing, and highly accountable environment found within. Our sober living homes provide only the highest quality recovery-based services for a variety of addictions such as; drugs, alcoholism, opiates, pain management, and prescription medicine abuse.

Visit Way of Life Sober Living to get more information about their organization.

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Ronna Bonds presents a check to Matt Bartellt of Sunrise of the Spirit Recovery Homes.

The funds go towards the scholarships for adults that are moving their lives from active addiction to active recovery in keeping with the foundation’s mission statement

Matt has been sober since June 7, 2007, and believes that the solutions for alcoholism and addiction can be found in working the 12 steps. He has dedicated the past 7 years to working with newcomers and guiding them through the 12 steps so they can have their own spiritual experience.

Visit Sunlight of the Spirit to get more information about their mission.

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Eric Galhod thanks the Bobby Bonds Memorial Foundation

The Bobby Bonds Memorial Foundation helped Eric Galhod from Knoxville, TN, get the dental treatment he needed to focus on his alcohol and drug treatment.


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Founder Ronna Bonds and board member Tony Iannone visited the Recovery Centers of America in Devon and met with
Kate Linehan (Director of Case Management) and Steve Wicke (CEO) on June 19th, 2018

The Bobby Bonds Memorial Foundation appreciates the mention we got on their Facebook page on the same date.

Visit the Recovery Centers of America in Devon website on this link:
https://www.devonrecoverycenters.com/

And their Facebook page on this link:
https://www.facebook.com/RecoveryCentersofAmericaDEVON/

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Bobby Bonds Memorial Foundation made a generous contribution to the Harwood House, February 2018.

Harwood House is a community-based residential treatment program for adult males dealing with substance use disorders and co-occurring disorders.

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Our president, Ronna Bonds, delivered a donation to the Never Give Up Organization.

Never Give Up is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and is made up of loving & caring people who have a loved one touched by the disease of addiction.

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BBMF makes a commitment to A.C.E Peer Resource Center at the Peer Recovery House in Seaford, Delaware!

On Saturday, September 3rd. 2017, at our monthly board meeting, we had the pleasure of meeting with Jim Martin, Director of A.C.E Peer Resource Center and House Manager of Haven at the Peer Recovery House. Jim shared with us the many great successes that he and his staff have had at ACE Peer Resource Center in Seaford, Delaware.

ACE is a peer-run center that focuses on Recovery. It is a hospitality center for anyone who happens to be homeless, have a mental health or substance abuse issue or facing difficult life issues. Their programs stress wellness, community, relationships, life skills, spiritual growth, creativity, and self-help.

At the end of the meeting, the board made a commitment to assisting ACE by providing items that they are often in need of but sometimes don’t have enough of. This project with ACE will also be a great way for younger folks to give back to the community. Stay tuned for upcoming details on this great service project sponsored by the BBMF.

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Donation of $1,500 to the Lower Merion Township Scholarship Fund.

In 2016, the Bobby Bonds Memorial Foundation made a donation of $1,500 to the Lower Merion Township Scholarship Fund. The scholarship will go to a Harriton High School graduate who is interested in studying the Behavioral Sciences in college. Click the link below to read a letter from Rachel Somers on behalf of the LMTSF Board of Governors, thanking the Bobby Bonds Memorial Foundation.


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Lower Merion Township Scholarship Foundation

Every year, the Bobby Bonds Memorial Foundation makes a donation to the Lower Merion Township Scholarship Fund. The scholarship goes to a student in need to help them attend college of their choice in the United States. Click on the links below to read the letters from the LMTSF Board of Governors, and the beneficiaries of the scholarships, thanking the Bobby Bonds Memorial Foundation.

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