Project Rollway is an annual fashion show at Shepherd Center that features fashion modeling by teenage patients, former teenage patients and staff members. The June 21 event showcases patients from Shepherd Center's adolescent rehabilitation programs and their growth. The evening begins with a happy hour at 6 p.m. in Shepherd Center's Livingston Gym, followed by the runway show at 7 p.m. 

Tickets for Project Rollway are SOLD OUT!
We are currently accepting donations in support of Project Rollway.

Donations to Project Rollway benefit Shepherd Center's adolescent rehabilitation programs, which focus on returning teenagers to the highest level of functioning and independence as possible. Donations do not include tickets, which must be purchased separately. Donations to Project Rollway may be given at any time prior to the event. Donations above $1000 will receive program and banner recognition, as well as a gift.

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Shepherd Center Giving

Donations to Project Rollway benefit Shepherd Center's adolescent rehabilitation programs, which focus on returning teenagers to the highest level of functioning and independence as possible. Donations do not include tickets, which must be purchased separately. Donations to Project Rollway may be given at any time prior to the event. Donations above $1000 will receive program and banner recognition, as well as a gift.

About Shepherd Center’s Adolescent Program

Adolescents who sustain life-altering injuries have developmental and emotional needs that are different from adults. The adolescent program focuses on helping these individuals return to a healthy lifestyle with the highest possible level of function and independence. Shepherd Center has more experience treating teenagers with these kinds of injuries than general rehabilitation facilities.

Learn more about the adolescent program at Shepherd here.