Suzanne’s Sea Glass Sprint
5k Run/Walk to End Domestic Violence
Sunday, September 27th 2020
Participants & Donators
Final Donation Amount!
Donated to: South Shore Resource & Advocacy Center
We would like to thank everyone that helped to make our 2nd annual Suzanne’s Sea Glass Sprint possible this year. This year’s event was held virtually and a little different than last year as we weren’t able to have it in person, due to restrictions with COVID-19. Under those unfortunate circumstances, we are so impressed with how well the event still went. To find the right words to express our gratitude and appreciation is almost impossible. To see so many people support us and come together during these uncertain times to honor our Mom, Suzanne, and help us spread and raise awareness on domestic violence was truly incredible.
Special Thank You’s
Thank you to all the generous local businesses who donated over $750 worth of raffles prizes for our online giveaways.
Alden Park, Alley Kat Lanes, Cali’s Tanning Club, Cravings, Fit Factory, French Nails & Spa, Human Design Reading, Jones River Tavern, Mamma Mia’s, Milltower Cafe, Rio Steakhouse, Roche Brothers, SALT, Sanctuary Tattoo, Stinky Monkey Tattoos, Stop & Shop, Three V and West End Grille.
Thank you to the South Shore Resource and Advocacy Center for partnering with us and allowing us to make this all happen. We are so honored to support what your organization stands for and what you all do and provide every single day to other victims.
Thank you to our Guardian family, who all worked with our Mom, who walked with us in her honor all over the country – you are all truly incredible!
Thank you to every single person that signed up, donated, virtually participated, and walked or ran with us in this event. This couldn’t have happened without all of you and we are truly grateful for the support!
Our Mother’s memory lives on and we hope her story will inspire everyone. To find the most beautiful pieces of sea glass you need to open your eyes and really pay attention to what you’re looking for. To see the signs of domestic violence, you also need to open your eyes, pay attention and look for the signs that people are giving you. Domestic violence is real and happens everyday around us.
Sarah and Samuel