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Recovery + Education = Success!

Our amazing scholarship recipients, Christopher Kaufteil, Whitney DeCharme, Kaylyn Lucien, Alana Warner, Jessie Ewing, John Davis, David Lambie, Jr, Curtis Ober and Kayla Reed.

Mark Garwood SHARE Foundations 3rd annual picnic/birthday and awarding of educational scholarships in memory of Mark's birthday.

Current recipients....getting ready to present new scholarships.

Our Foundation Family. 

2017 David Lambie and Chris Kaufteil, congratulations!

2017 Kayla Lucian and Ly Sotalbo, congratulations!

Over 200 people attended!

Christmas 2016 with the women of Phoenix House.


 

"Back to School" dinner with all our recipients and Scholarship Advisory Board at U Tiki in Jupiter. So proud of what these amazing women are doing.

Transformations Drug and Alcohol Treatment Centers has made a major donation of $10,000 to the SHARE Foundation in support of our on-going educational scholarship program. Transformations is known for its excellent diagnostics, assessments, treatment planning and medical care.

Transformations takes a holistic approach that not only treats addiction, but teaches clients how to maintain a productive lifestyle. Josh Gamaitoni, Supervisor of Community Outreach for Transformations stated, " We are honored to provide support for the Mark Garwood SHARE Foundation. A central goal for Transformations is to empower our clients through education and mentoring for a life of purpose and sobriety. This dovetails perfectly with the work of the Mark Garwood SHARE Foundation.

Pictured below (left to right):

Matthew Hirsh, Executive VP of Admissions

Geoff Spillas, Executive VP of Operations

Dr. Maureen Esposito, Executive VP of Clinic Services

Erica Garwood, President SHARE Foundation

John Garwood, President S...

With Jessie Ewing, our first scholarship recipient, receiving her 2 year medallion! Way to go Jessie!

Partnering with Living Right to help support those looking to change their lives. "Clean Start" bags to help get them started.

Congratulations Alana! We are so proud of you!

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