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Reps For Responders x River Court on Main

Reps For Responders is looking for your help and support! Reps For Responders 501c3 is excited to announce our first ever restaurant fundraiser at the River Court on Main in New City, New York on Sunday, September 12, 2021 from 4 pm to 8 pm. Come join us for food, music , and fun to support our first responders! $30 for adults will get you a wrist band for unlimited food buffet style prepared by River Court. $10 for kids, there is no charge for children under 6 years old and under. All proceeds will be donated directly to our charity to support the mental health & wellness of first responders. Alcohol purchases will be separate. A short speaking segment will start at 5:50 PM from Frank, the founder of Reps For Responders followed by Rockland County Executive Ed Day and Clarkstown Town Supervisor George Hoehmann. The fundraiser is a joint effort between Reps For Responders and River Court on Main to provide mental health, fitness and nutrition services free to the first responder community.

Our First Responder Umbrella includes: Police Officers, Firefighters, EMS/EMT, Correction Officers, Nurses, Police Dispatchers and active Military/Veterans. Thank you to our sponsors below who already hopped on board to help make this possible! If you or your business would like to participate as a sponsor for this event please, message us or email so we can send you the information!

Our current sponsors include: @rivercourtonmain_ , Lakewood Capital, @iceshaker , Intercounty Alarm, Voce Home Inspection, @nyacksweets , Nyack Montefiore Hospital, Joseph Lanzone LCSWR, Jailhouse Strong, Hiep Sanitation, Bourghol Brothers Jewelers and @jamesdiaz_photography . Reps For Responders is a non-profit established in March of 2020 by an active Law Enforcement Officer.

Our mission is to improve the mental health status of the first responder community by promoting multiple pathways through fitness, nutrition and overall wellness. Through our programs we aim to improve the emotional and physical survivability skills so that first responders can make better decisions both on and off the job. RFR provides services to help reduce the impacts of depression, anxiety, trauma and substance abuse.