BrendaN's BanD is dedicated to spreading the word of addiction and recovery and providing information for those affected by addiction. The site is dedicated to the memory of Brendan Traylor
Name: Cheryl Roth
Subject: First Visit to Site
Message: Very impressive! Hope it helps a lot of those in need.
SubjectThinking of you all!!!
MessageYou did a great job making this page. It's still so very hard to see all of this. Momma Pat, Bubbles and Kristie you are amazing with all you have already done. Love you all
MessageThank you for you sponsorship to the Coming Out of Hibernation event on April 18th! Looking forward to meeting you at your table during the event and in helping you to bring awareness.
Subjectamazing hearts abound.
Messagei cried when i read the site and saw pictures of brendan as i last remember him, a little boy. words cannot express how proud i can tell he is of all you are doing and how needed this kind of support and compassion is in our community and in the world, especially today. and you are doing so well in these efforts in his honor. please know what you do is appreciated and needed.
MessageBeen having dreams about you lately. Thanks for visiting big brother. Love you.
Name: Katie Walton
Subject: Close to home
Message: Thank you for sharing Brendan's story, and for spreading awareness of this horrible disease. I was a friend of his grandfather and am making a donation in both of their memories.
MessageThanks to all who lend support to those most in need.
Name: Craig Clark
Subject: Support the Cause
Message: My daughter is clean 60 days and making progress. I spupport your cause
Name Daniel Redmond
MessageI have made a donation this evening to your great organization. Thank you for all you are doing to raise awareness of addiction. I was part of the walk last year and was disappointed that it didn?t take place this year. Hopefully next year. I donate in honor of my son Thomas Redmond who lost his fight to drug addiction in July 2015. Thank you very much!
Brendan's addiction story along with two other stories about addiction