Entertainment non-profit Road Recovery and Community Hopeare hostingDarryl’s Dream Holiday Benefitbrunch with Darryl “DMC” McDaniels on December 10from12 pm – 3 pm at The Cutting Room.
In excitement about the event, Darryl “DMC” McDaniels shares, “We all have dreams and so many of us are proof that dreams do come true no matter what the situation or circumstances are. Road Recovery constantly puts our young people on the path to overcoming adversity and getting around the obstacles that are in the way, so they can find their road to success!”
Guided by music and entertainment industry professionals who have confronted similar life struggles, and with support from the mental health field, Road Recovery’s action-driven programs provide mentorship, performance workshops, and “all access” opportunities for a community of motivated peers to create and produce live concert events and studio recording projects. We offer all-access programs that empower youth to identify, express, and amplify their voices together in hopes of positively impacting both themselves and a greater audience – watch/share: “We Are Road Recovery.” What do Slash, Simon Kirke, Denis Leary, Darryl “DMC” McDaniels, and Sharon Osbourne have in common? They’re all supporters of Road Recovery — a non-profit that strives to help 13-25 year-olds manage (or avoid) the pitfalls and challenges of behavioral issues, physical or mental health trauma, poverty, or drug or alcohol dependency.