Sober Living Enrichment

Las Vegas, United StatesRochelle "Shelley" Poerio

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$2,970

Raised of $50,000 USD

Fundraising ended on Nov 20, 2016
16 supporters
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Team Member
$25.00

We are grateful for, and need, any support you might be able to provide! As TEAM-MEMBER ($25 or more), we will add you to the recognition list on our website, social media and other publicity activities related to this project.

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Associate
$100.00

As an ASSOCIATE, you will receive a personalized autographed book - Rebalancing the Addictive Mind: Beating Addiction with Exercise and Nutrition. (See www.StayStopped.org for more information.) You will also be mentioned as an ASSOCIATE-level donor on our website, social media and other publicity activities related to this project.

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Friend
$500.00

As a FRIEND, you will receive Living Free Health and Fitness -themed duffle bag as well as a copy personalized, autographed copy of the book Rebalancing the Addictive Mind: Beating Addiction with Exercise and Nutrition. You will also be mentioned as a FRIEND-level donor on our website, social media and other publicity activities related to this project.

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Principal
$5,000.00

As a PRINCIPAL level donor, you will receive the option to choose one piece of (unframed) art from the available work posted at www.ArleneCabusPoerio/lfhdonation.com. You also have direct contact access to Founder/President Shelley Poerio (phone and email) and receive anonymized monthly progress reports on the project. The rewards of the Friend-level donor also accrue to our Founder-level donors. You will also be mentioned as an PRINCIPAL-level donor on our website, social media and other publicity activities related to this project.

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Founder
$15,000.00

Two FOUNDER donors will be afforded the recognition to have this program identified with their loved one (or organization). This is an especially poignant opportunity to pay respects to a family member or friend who is in recovery, is struggling still, or has succumbed to the disease of addiction. The difficulty and/or loss you have endured, and the recognition thereof, will help serve to motivate and inspire those whose lives we seek to improve.

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