“We have seen too many men, women, family and friends devastated by the disease of addiction. It has touched us in the most personal way and we understand what it can do to the victims of the insidious disease. That is why the Ryan Harrington Foundation is so intent on doing its part to help combat this ugly curse that is a national epidemic.

Since April 20 of this year we have provided 8 men and women the financial support they needed to help them back to the road to recovery. During the same time frame we also donated to two very worthy non profits that do amazing work helping those suffering from this disease.
The Ryan Harrington Foundation, through the support of so many, feel blessed to have have been able to provide this help. We have given $8,000 during this time frame. You who support us are our heroes because without your support this would not be possible. That is why the Just One 5k in memory of Joe Roche is so important to us.
The 2nd Annual Just One Run in Memory of Joseph (“Joe”) P. Rochehelp provide money so those effected by addiction can begin a new life in sober surroundings. Money to help outstanding nonprofits continue to do God’s work. Money to help feed the homeless. Money to help end the stigma of addiction. We asked for your support to continue our mission of helping JUST ONE person get a second chance.
So, today I ask again for your support for the Ryan Harrington Foundation. Together we can and do make a difference in a life shattered by this dreadful disease. 
Join us this coming Sunday, June4, at The Just One 5k or make a donation. With your support we will continue to help our brothers,sisters, sons and daughters, mothers and fathers, friends and neighbor. From the bottom of our hearts THANK YOU for you support! God Bless you all!” – Dave Harrington
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