Erie Gives Day
Join us on Erie’s biggest day of giving and make a difference for the children at Sarah Reed! Erie Gives began in 2011 in honor of The Erie Community Foundation’s 75th Anniversary. Erie Gives 2019 takes place on August 13th between the hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. During this 12-hour period of online giving, a portion of the prorated match pool will be added to each donation you make through the Erie Gives website.
You can support the children at Sarah Reed by making your gift here on August 13th! www.eriegives.org/organizations/sarah-a-reed-children-s-center
Your contribution makes a difference in so many ways, including:
*24-hour medical and psychiatric care for children ages 5-18 at our Residential Treatment Facility in Millcreek
*Funding for the children to attend horse therapy at Blended Spirits Ranch in Fairview, PA
*Therapeutic games & educational activities for children and families in our Outpatient Behavioral Health Program
*Chromebooks and educational technology for the classrooms
*Art & recreational supplies for the children at multiple program locations throughout Erie County
If you have questions or you’d prefer to make your gift directly to Sarah A. Reed Children’s Center over the phone, please call Gary Bukowski, CFRE, associate vice president for development, at (814) 835-7602.
23rd Annual Trail of Treats
Purchase advance tickets starting on September 23rd at:
www.sarahreed.org (credit card processing fee added)
Sarah Reed Children’s Center Administrative Building – 2445 W. 34th St., Erie, PA 16506
Millcreek Mall Information Booth
Sarah Reed Children’s Center and the Achievement Center are once again working collaboratively on this year’s safe, in-door trick-or-treat event for the children of our community. The proceeds from the event will benefit children receiving services from the Achievement Center or Sarah A. Reed Children’s Center where they learn to overcome emotional and behavioral challenges so that they can experience more positive results in their school and home settings. You may purchase ticket vouchers in advance for $4 at the Millcreek Mall Information Booth or Sarah Reed Children’s Center Main Campus. Tickets purchased online at www.sarahreed.org or at the Millcreek Mall on the day of the event are $5.If you have questions, please call Molly Myers, Sarah Reed Children’s Center at 835-7606.
Thank you for considering participation in this year’s Trail of Treats.
Unable to attend? We gratefully accept any donations toward the cause and your generous support is most definitely appreciated!
Souper Bowl XXII
Sunday, January 26th
11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Zem Zem Shrine Club
2525 W 38th St, Erie, PA 16506
$10 for adults
$3 for children under 12
Online purchases can be made here:
An additional $1.00 per ticket will be charged for the online processing fee.
Your email confirmation is your ticket. Print it or show the email receipt at the door for entry.
Purchased advance tickets in person at:
Sarah Reed Children’s Center
Administrative Building Main Office
2445 W. 34th St.
Erie, PA 16506
Purchase tickets at the door:
$3 Children under 12
All proceeds benefit Sarah A. Reed Children’s Center.
Call the Souper Bowl hotline with questions: (814)835-7606
Sarah Reed Children’s Center is proud to host the 2021 Alessi, Levan, Kelbes Forum: Virtual Diversity Summit stimulating transformational conversations among human service providers, community leaders, and consumers related to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Dr. Denise Johnson, the Acting Medical Director to the State of Pennsylvania will deliver opening remarks, Dr. Lauren Finley will provide the Keynote Address, and Dr. Rhonda Matthews will conclude the virtual conference with a closing address.
Workshop Topics include:
- How to use art therapy to promote healing and advocacy
- Using the Social Determinants of Health to identify and address social inequities
- Action steps to creating a culturally sensitive organization
- Promoting social and emotional well-being in educational settings
- Helping clients process news stories about racism in group settings
- The impact of white supremacy on behavioral health and wellness
At 6 PM, Dr. Dixon, will host a virtual panel discussion with area clergy on the Spirituality and Mental Health, facilitated by Dr. Parris Baker.
For more information about the speakers, please visit https://www.sarahreed.org/diversity/