Align yourself with Rock Recovery and build awareness of your organization while showing your support for the millions of individuals that struggle with food and body image issues daily. One in five women will struggle with an eating disorder in her lifetime, and eating disorders are the number one cause of death from mental illness. By supporting Rock Recovery’s critical work, you will help provide affordable and accessible care for those in need and help to educate and equip communities. Your financial partnership enables us to increase our services to bridge gaps and in result save lives.
Rock Recovery continually seeks to partner with other organizations. Please join us in thanking and supporting our current business partners:
CaringBridge provides personal, private sites where you can post health updates. People are able to stay connected and leave words of hope and encouragement. CaringBridge is for anyone facing any health condition: big or small, acute or long term, available for as long as you need.
Potomac River Running Company is partnering with Rock Recovery to engage their evening Fun Run groups in weekly “Grub for Good” fundraisers. After Fun Runs, runners head to local restaurants which donate a portion of the proceeds from dinner toward the support of our services.
Cosi supports Rock Recovery by catering our volunteer training events, wellness workshops, and volunteer appreciation events, and board retreats.
Fitness Image Results offers members of its Boot Camp program the opportunity to donate their monthly membership fee to support Rock Recovery’s services.
We’re also thankful for businesses that support our services through their support of special events.
Becoming a Rock Recovery sponsor allows you to increase brand awareness, drive website traffic, reach a new audience and promote a spirit of philanthropy. Based on the level of partnership, multiple marketing benefits will be provided to your organization. To learn more, contact Rock Recovery’s Director of Development and Community Programs, Christie Dondero, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 571-255-9906.