The Mission of the Wolfe Street Foundation, Inc. is to provide facilities for support groups faithful to the original 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous* and to develop and implement programs aimed toward education and prevention for those persons interested in recovery from addictions and for their families as they relate to alcoholism. The Wolfe Street Center is owned and operated by the Wolfe Street Foundation, Inc. The Foundation is a non-profit, tax exempt, charitable corporation governed by a 12 - 24 member board, which is not associated with Alcoholics Anonymous or any of its branch organizations in any form. The Wolfe Street Foundation, Inc. through its Board of Directors, reserves the right to set and enforce certain rules of conduct for any and all persons who enter the Wolfe Street Center and its adjoining property.
Where Peace and Serenity Prevail
This year thousands will enter the old two-story red brick building at 1015 Louisiana hoping to find some measure of peace and serenity.
Many will find what they are looking for. Other, tragically, will not. Most will never be the same.
The Wolfe Street Center is owned and operated by the Wolfe Street Foundation, Inc., a non-profit, tax exempt, 501 (c)3 charitable corporation, Tax ID 71-0571011, governed by a board of directors, most of them recovering alcoholics.
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Annual Wolfe Street Foundation
Each year the Wolfe Street Foundation, along with the Arkansas Rep, presents a private performance as an annual fundraiser for the foundation. This year’s play is Avenue Q, an adult spoof with Sesame Street style “muppets” singing and dancing their way into our hearts. The Tony Award Winning Broadway Musical hit makes its way to Little Rock on June 4th at 7:00 p.m. It promises to be a fun and entertaining evening for a great cause.
The Wolfe Street Center, located at 1015 Louisiana, provides a meeting place for those in recovery from addictions and for their families as they relate to the disease of alcoholism. We present Night at the Rep each year to help keep our doors open 365 days a year, 16 hours a day. Approximately 100,000 visitors attend meetings and events at our facility each year and because of contributions and community support, no one seeking recovery is ever turned away or charged a penny.
We are asking for sponsorships for this event and would appreciate your consideration and participation. Along with this letter you will find a form describing levels of sponsorship to choose from. We will be so grateful for any donation you can make to the Wolfe Street Foundation this year.
The foundation has benefited our families and serves countless others in our community. We are blessed to have such a facility and want to insure that it continues to be available. Thank you for your help.
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