Severna Park Taphouse Hosts Heather’s Hope Fundraiser


After learning that Catonsville resident and 44-year-old single mom Heather Bond had breast cancer and was hampered by medical bills, her friends (Jo Gilley, Megan Worstell, Sara Johnson, Loren Duffey and others)  partnered with the Severna Park Taphouse staff to host the Heather’s Hope Rockin’ Fundraiser on October 3. Attendees enjoyed music by cover bands, including Big Infinite and Left of the Dial, along with an auction, raffles, food and beverages.

The fundraiser was the latest in a long list of events hosted by Severna Park Taphouse to benefit people in need or the community overall. Just one week prior, the restaurant partnered with the Life of Joy Foundation to host Raise the Roots, an all-day music festival and fundraiser for holistic mental health and suicide prevention.

Learn more about Heather Bond's story by visiting Facebook or her GoFundMe page.


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