Presented by: The One Voice Initiative
- Family Groups
- Interested Individuals (All Supportive Mercer County Residents)
- Vendors (Advocates, nonprofits, clinical and non-clinical supporters)
Registration is encouraged, all are welcome
Donations are welcome Donate Now
This event is geared toward honoring, remembering, and supporting those lives that are touched by Overdose to increase awareness, prevention, and advocacy.
A free t-shirt will be provided to all those who register early for this event while supplies last.
This event is an opportunity to honor or remember lost family members or support family members in recovery. All are encouraged to bring personal items for a memorial display (examples include pictures, articles, shoes, jerseys, toys, instruments etc- all items will be picked up at the end of the event).
All are welcome to attend, and join in the memorial, to pay respects, to give support, or learn and gather resources
Vendor & Resource Tables
The resource fair will begin the event and be available throughout the evening. Participants can contribute to a memorial display, and write memories or remembrances in honor of loved ones. Small activities will be available for younger participants.
A brief program will follow, featuring local leaders, family members, survivors, and those in service fields who work with overdose.
The evening will conclude with a circle of remembrance- a lantern-lit area where family members and those who have lost loved ones, and those who are in recovery can share.
The vendor resource fair will be open throughout the evening.
Light refreshments and water will be available free of charge to the public
999 Lower Ferry Road