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Nexus Recovery Center Auxiliary’s first event post-covid is a success on several fronts

After twice canceling an annual luncheon that raised over $100,000 due to Covid-19, Dallas-based Nexus Recovery Center’s Auxiliary created a first-ever Mother’s Day Pop-Up Flower shop at their location in Dallas as an opportunity to connect its members, support Nexus clients and generate much-needed income for the organization. The event also included several sponsorship levels that allowed supporters to provide Nexus clients with special Mother’s Day gift bags.

According to Beth Hunter, Community Engagement and Volunteer Manager at Nexus, “This was our first Mothers’ Day event and we met our fundraising objectives! The event raised over $12,000. We are especially proud and excited that we were able to provide an opportunity for the Auxiliary and other volunteers to gather together socially at Nexus for the first time in over a year!”

The organization hopes to host this event again.

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Barbara Clark Galupi