San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Cheers to beers....and supporting birthmothers!
The On Your Feet Foundation Auxiliary Board is hosting a fundraising event at Lagunitas Brewery. Instead of a stuffy fundraiser, we want this event to be a chance for working professionals to casually get together for a few hours, network with others in the community, and get yo drink on!
The more you drink, the more everyone benefits! 100% of the consumption proceeds will come back to OYFF and will directly support women who have made adoption plans for their children. Our grants go towards education assistance, therapy sessions, career coaching and much more! Food will be provided. The first 15 tickets sold will get the early bird rate of $15. Tickets can be purchased at the door for $25.
For more information, please check out our website at www.oyff.org or reach out to Sheena Kemp at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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One of the questions we often ask ourselves at On Your Feet is, "Where are the birthmothers?" Why are they invisible? At On Your Feet, we regularly hear stories of women who leave school, whose support networks vanish, who are left, post-adoption, without resources, jobs, often having kept the entire experience a secret from family and friends. The case management services and retreats offered by On Your Feet are an important resource for those navigating these complex issues.
We honor the choice, empower the woman and foster a respect for the decision. Thank you for sharing this journey with us!
On Your Feet Foundation was founded in 2001 by adoptive parents, adoption professionals and a birth parent who recognized the need for practical help for women who had chosen adoption for their child. We are a small, nonprofit 501c3 organization that provides personal support to birthparents to help them get "back on their feet." OYFF focuses on helping our clients build a better life by giving them the tools they need through case management and coaching, monetary grants and through the creation of a community of other birthparents.