Kay Moon was an active crusader for the mentally disabled in the Augusta Area. She loved the adventure of Saturday yard sales and flea markets. She was also an active and energetic worker for the Friendship Center. It is in her memory that we named our Thrift Store and learning center, "Kay Moon's Place." The store is open to the public from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
The Friendship Recovery Center is currently in need of items such as projectors, computers and audio-visual devices to enhance group presentations. We thank you for your interest in Friendship and thank you for any contributions that you are able to send to Friendship and the United Way.
Kay Moon's Place also has a secondary purpose, in addition to providing a convenient place for our neighborhood friends and clients to purchase items. It also provides a "learning experience" for our members to learn how to relate in a societal setting. Members can also build up credits to purchase items from clothing, books and household items.
sowing the seeds of recovery
A computer lab provides members with additional learning opportunities. In addition, Friendship Recovery Center has a fully staffed
kitchen with adjoining dining area. Friendship provides programs and meals for several hundred individuals monthly.