Help those who are suffering from mental health challenges in the Roanoke Valley
The Mission of Family Service of Roanoke Valley is to transform lives by healing trauma and restoring hope for families and individuals of all ages through mental health counseling, case management and life skills education. The organization began in 1901. As the pandemic continues, FSRV is helping new clients learn how to cope with the trauma and stress in addition to those that originally seeked our services. FSRV does so much fundraising because many clients are either under-insured or have no insurance at all.
Family Service of Roanoke Valley is asking us to rally our friends, family, and networks to support their work. By making a donation to our duo, you will help support more Family Service Counseling, Youth Development, Guardianship, and Personal Affairs Management services for the Roanoke Valley. This funding will go towards restoring health and hope in our community.
Please consider supporting our Celebrity Champion Duo and giving to Family Service of Roanoke Valley!
(Please note that donations are non-refundable).
Be sure to join us for one of THE
social events of the year:
The Family SERVICE VIP Dinner
on Thursday, October 7th from 5:30-8:30 PM
at the Hidden Valley Country Club
REGISTER IN ADVANCE HERE:
Jane Johnson is President of R.M. Johnson & Sons Jewelers and is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the business. She is also a former member of Salem City Council and also served as Vice Mayor. She is currently a member of the Rotary Club of Salem, serves on the Roanoke Valley-Allegheny Regional Commission and the Transportation Planning Organization, is a Board Member of the Blue Ridge Mountains Council, Boys Scouts of America, and a member of the Board of Directors of the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra. Jane also volunteered for Roanoke Area Ministries, helping feed people who are homeless and food-insecure.
Bob Rotanz is a co-owner of Mac & Bob’s. Since 1980, the town of Salem and the students of Roanoke College have made Mac and Bob’s their second home. The restaurant and bar has won numerous awards including being named Small Business of the Year by the Roanoke Chamber of Commerce in 2019, and Best Salem Restaurant, Best Outdoor Dining, and Best Place You Could Visit 24/7, 365 Days a Year by the Roanoker Magazine. The establishment serves as the backdrop for high school and college reunions, victory celebrations, sporting events, family gatherings, and casual get togethers.
Rotanz was part of Roanoke College's men’s lacrosse team and earned National Player of the Year honors. He was also captain of the 1978 South Squad in the North/South All-Star Game and was a Three-time All-American during his time in a Maroon uniform. He was also the 1978 Paul Griffin and RC Male Athlete of the Year award winner. For his efforts on the field, Rotanz had his jersey retired.
Rotanz has always been involved in the community and has supported countless organizations and causes and recently held the 28th Annual Mac & Bob's Benefit Golf Tournament which benefits the Down Syndrome Association of Roanoke!