If you have not already purchased your tickets, be sure to do so soon as tickets are running low for this magnificent event and evening. The 7th Annual The Network of Care Crab Feed will be held on March 9, 2013 starting at 7:00 pm. The event is an evening of fun with family and friends – plus raffle prizes, a silent auction… and all the crab you can eat! To be perfectly honest, it’s the “can’t miss event of the year”!!!
In speaking with Janet Frazier this morning, she informed me that since 2004, the foundation has helped almost 125,000 families at over 50 hospitals.
- March 9, 2013
- Antioch Fairgrounds – Sunset Building 1201 West 10th Street in Antioch
- Doors open at 5:30pm. Dinner is at 7pm.
- Tickets are $55 and must be purchased ahead of time- NO TICKETS SOLD AT THE DOOR.
- All proceeds benefit The Network of Care feeding families of children in hospitals.
Please call or email to reserve your tickets:
Janet Frazier at 925.584.4086 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Make checks payable to:
Stephanie Marie Frazier Memorial Foundation
2063 Main Street # 149, Oakley CA 94561
Network of Care Official Website:
About the Network of Care
The Network of Care program is a program of The Stephanie Frazier Memorial Foundation, a registered 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. The foundation relies completely on donations from the community and a caring group of volunteers.
Volunteers put together bags of non-perishable foods and distribute them to community hospitals with pediatric wards. Nurses and social workers hand them out to families whose child has been suddenly hospitalized. The gift of food provides strength, support and comfort to families under an extreme circumstance.
Large Meal Bags: Designed for families that have been or are going to be at the hospital for a longer period of time. The bag has enough food to sustain a small family through one meal. A typical Bag includes: cup of noodles, ravioli or stew type of item that is microwaveable, granola bars, Jello and/or fruit cups, cookies and crackers, and utensils.
Small Snack Bag: The smaller bags are designed for parents who may just need some snacks while they are waiting to speak to their child’s doctor before they can visit the cafeteria.
Jim & Janet’s Story
On December 16, 2000, our lives changed. Our daughters, Stephanie (age 20) and Lindsey (age 17) were involved in a tragic car accident. We frantically drove to the hospital, leaving with only the clothes on our back.
Our oldest daughter Stephanie did not survive the accident; our youngest daughter Lindsey was in critical condition.
It was an endless day and night for us. Sometime in the darkness, I rose from my chair to check on Lindsey and nearly fainted.
A kind nurse asked when we had last eaten and we certainly could not remember. All we had inside was grief and worry. Since the cafeteria was closed and we did not want to leave Lindsey’s side, the kind nurse shared her sandwich with us, which gave us the physical strength we needed.
We think of those first hours and the nurse who did something so small, yet so meaningful. That simple Act of Kindness made all the difference in the world to us, knowing there are people that care.
The foundation was established in Stephanie’s memory to support others in their time of need. We operate exclusively on donations. Our caring network of volunteers purchases the food items, then fill and deliver the bags to the hospitals in our network. Lindsey has recovered from her injuries and is very involved in this cause.