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Radley Run Country Club

1100 Country Club Road

West Chester, Pa


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Thank you for your support of Angels Against Addiction. Your donation will provide financial assistance to those entering recover communities, raise substance abuse awareness, and help destigmatize this disease.

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About Us

Angels Against Addiction is a 501(c)3 non-profit established in memory of Nicholas "Nick" Schivito, who lost his battle to substance abuse disorder on January 20, 2018.

Our Mission is to provide financial assistance to those entering recovery house communities, raise awareness to substance abuse through education, and to help destigmatize this disease..


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About Nick

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 Nicholas "Nick" Lee Schivito, lost his battle to substance abuse on January 20, 2018. When Nick entered the room, he did so with a warm smile and a sense of ease. He loved to laugh and make others laugh with things he said or did.

His laugh was hearty and infectious. He was a kind-hearted young man willing to help anyone in need and he performed many acts of kindness in his short 22 years of life. He didn't merely tolerate those who were different, he embraced them. He understood differences because he had learning differences and was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. He would always step up to the plate on behalf of the underdog. He did not discriminate. Unfortunately, neither does substance abuse.

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Radley Run Country Club, 1100 Country Club Road, West Chester, PA, 19382 USA

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