Thanks to all of your generous donations, we have secured a location for Mariah's Closet on the Mid-Shore. Mariah's Closet will offer free clothing and bikes to anyone recovering from Substance Use Disorder (SUD) and/or mental health challenges. We hope to be open and ready for business later in 2021.
Today, on Mariah's 38th angel birthday, we have great news to share!
Mariah's Closet will open sometime in January and will offer FREE clothing and bikes to everyone working on their recovery from substance use disorder (SUD) and or mental health challenges.
Mariah loved our mom daughter days when we shopped, had lunch, and just enjoyed each others company.
Many residents who enter recovery homes come with nothing but the clothes on their back. Now, Mariah will be standing right beside me as we shop for others and make them feel just a little bit better about themselves.
We are humbled by all of the generous donations we have received. Thank you all for believing in our mission and for your support. We are happy to announce that we raised a total of $4056, $1056 more than our goal!
So, tonight as Rick and I look up at the stars, Mariah will be the brightest one shining and sending much gratitude to all of you.
Thank you Joe Gamble for paving the way.
So much to be thankful for today as we celebrate Mariah!
Happy birthday Mariah! I know Ginger will be celebrating with you and Pat will make you the best cake ever!
In honor of Mariah’s 38th birthday on November 27, Mariah’s Mission will be opening a permanent clothing drive location called Mariah’s Closet. This will provide free clothing for people recovering from addiction across the mid-shore. In order to fund this project, we are launching a fundraising initiative. Our goal is to raise 3,000 dollars by November 27, Mariah’s 38th birthday. We would like to ask you to please pitch in and contribute anything you can to help us to reach our goal. Thank you so much!
Mariah's Mission is proud to be featured in this article from Shore Magazine. Many thanks to the authors of this article, Amy Steward and Manning Lee, for including us and helping to spread our message.
Portrait by Stephen Walker