The CLARE Foundation is a nonprofit organization in Santa Monica providing compassionate treatment and recovery services for alcoholism and substance abuse to individuals, families, and the community. We at AllStephenMoyer.com decided to support this foundation because it’s such a worthy cause. We first learned about this wonderful organization through one of their board members, and our favorite actor, Stephen Moyer.
In addition to being honored for his contributions to the field of recovery at CLARE’s annual Tribute Dinner in 2010, Stephen has volunteered in CLARE’s Drug Court program for over two years.
“The dedication that Stephen has shown to CLARE has been awe-inspiring.” – CLARE Executive Director Nicholas Vrataric.
Stephen was a speaker at the 2012 Clare Foundation Tribute Dinner and below is a photo of him from the event:
Lynn, co-owner of AllStephenMoyer.com went to The Clare Foundation for a tour last spring and learned that it is truly is everything it claims to be. She says that “the work done by The Clare is amazing and they have really helped many who suffer from substance abuse at their shelter.” Hear those that the Clare helped by viewing the “testimonials” on their web site in video form here: https://www.clarefoundation.org/videos/.
Last year we did our first fundraiser, a giveaway, for the CLARE Foundation and we raised $900. And, this year, we will host our second giveaway and intend to continue to help raise funds for this organization and show the people at CLARE what amazing fans Stephen Moyer and his show True Blood has.
Watch this heartwarming video from The Clare Foundation about the good work they do.
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