June 4 Campaign to Support Neighbors in Recovery

Monday, June 1st, 2015

DO MORE 24 one-day campaign

Have you ever wondered how you can provide direct support to individuals in your community battling the disease of addiction? “Give where you live”  is the motto of DO MORE 24. Hosted by United Way in partnership with Phoenix House Mid-Atlantic and other area nonprofits, DO MORE 24™ is a one-day campaign that gives local community members the opportunity to show their financial support for people in recovery and other causes they care about. This year’s campaign is set for June 4. Donations will be accepted from 12:01 a.m. until 11:59 p.m.

To see how your specific contribution could help support an individual in recovery, visit Phoenix House Mid Atlantic’s Do MORE 24 page.  For example, a gift of $24 can provide two clients with a copy of Alcoholics Anonymous’s The Big Book or Narcotics Anonymous’s Basic Text (recovery support materials) to discover their blueprint for building a foundation for recovery. We appreciate your consideration to donate during this year’s campaign.Partnerships working together

United Way and Phoenix House Mid-Atlantic have partnered on several sponsorship events during the past few years. PHMA is grateful to be one of more than 600 non-profit organizations participating in this year’s DO MORE 24. Last year’s campaign drew more than 11,000 donors and raised more than $1.1 million for participating non-profits in the national capital regional.

Since 1962, Phoenix House Mid‐Atlantic has served more than 35,000 individuals. Every day, our programs help hundreds of people struggling with the disease of addiction. Phoenix House Mid‐Atlantic is an in-network provider for most major insurance carriers, managed care programs, TRICARE and adolescent Medicaid. Phoenix House Mid-Atlantic operates 20 programs in the Metro D.C. area to meet the varied treatment needs of adults, adolescents, and mothers with children. To find out more about our programs and services, visit us online at www.phoenixhouse.org, or call us at 888-671-9392.


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