Tea for Recovery
Join us for our 2nd Annual Tea Party benefitting Dallas 24 Hour Club!
Thursday, May 4, 2023
Check in will begin at 11:3oam and lunch will be served at noon.
Dallas Woman's Forum
4607 Ross Avenue, Dallas, TX 75204
Chairs, Dr. M. Joan Terry and Rev. Tiffany Wright
Dr. M. Joan Terry Rev. Tiffany Wright
Dr. M. Joan Terry and her daughter, Rev. Tiffany Wright, came up with the idea for Tea for Recovery in 2022 after having a loved one go through the program at Dallas 24 Hour Club. After years of hosting and attending English High Tea, they knew they could make this into a fun event that would raise money and awareness for the incredible mission of Dallas 24 Hour Club.
The 1st Annual Tea for Recovery took place on June 22, 2022 with over 100 guests in attendance and raised over $30,000. This year we have expanded the capacity to 200 attendees. Dr. Terry and Tiffany hope you will join them at Tea for Recovery so we can raise important funds for The 24’s Residents and help other families reconnect with their loved ones. Your support of this event will save lives and give hope to families.
Dallas 24 Hour Club provided opportunities for hope, health and happiness for our family member that is immeasurable! The holistic approach makes The 24 a remarkable, life changing place for support and Recovery! - Dr. M. Joan Terry
Jennifer and Steven Reynolds
Colbie Brazell Campbell
Dr. Maureen Jamieson-Quilling
A Friend and Supporter of The 24
Lauren Alder and Colbie Brazell Campbell
Alliance Bank of Rockwall
American National Bank of Texas
Burning Tree Programs
Grinke Stewart Law, PLLC
Greg and Maggie Hatfield
Health Core Chiropractic & Wellness Center
KDC Real Estate Development & Investments
Origins Behavioral Healthcare
The Reynolds Family
Chuck and M.J. Stahl
Texas Instruments Foundation
Dr. M. Joan Terry and
Reverends Alan and Tiffany Wright
Dr. Gene and Julie Burton
Russell and Millie McGuire
Sandknop Heath Group
Joe E. Williams
Dallas 24 Hour Club provides transitional living, support services, and essential life skills for homeless alcoholics and addicts, so they can embrace long-term sobriety and become contributing and self-supporting members of the community. Each year, they help over 700 people off the streets, find employment, recover from alcohol and drug addiction, and learn to live independently. Additionally, Residents are provided 3 meals daily in their first 30 days, which allows them to focus on their sobriety and getting stabilized instead of where their next meal will come from.