April 6, 2020

Gala 2020 Cancellation Notice

Dear Valued Supporter, It is with deep disappointment that we must inform you of the cancellation of our yearly gala that was scheduled for May 6, […]
February 21, 2020

Mardi Gras February 25, 2020

A highlight of the annual Mardi Gras fundraiser to benefit the Rollstone Foundation will be guest bartender Fred Welge of Hamptons hot spot Dockers Waterside. Join us […]
February 1, 2019

Rollstone Gala May 15, 2019 Honors Colleen West

A recognized leader in both business and charitable organizations, Colleen West has been named the 2019 Honoree for the annual Rollstone Gala to be held May […]

100% of money raised goes directly to helping families.

Our Mission: To aid in the adoption of special needs children.

The Rollstone Foundation is privileged to provide grants to prospective parents looking to adopt Special Needs children, so as to save them from certain despair.

With over 132 million orphans worldwide—many in Third World countries—there is no shortage of children in need of a home. Given that many parents are looking to adopt, and as they became aware that our organization actually helps to fund the adoption process, there is no shortage of willing parents, either. We strive to save these children in need of a family and a future, and unite them with the courageous family that is willing to provide them with this opportunity. We pride ourselves on helping to roll the stone away for these children, and working to help the lives of so many people from so many parts of the world.

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The Meaning of Rollstone

After the death of Jesus, “when the Sabbath was over, Mary of Magdala, Mary the mother of James, and Salome, bought spices with which to go and anoint him. And very early in the morning on the first day of the week they went to the tomb just as the sun was rising. They had been saying to one another, “Who will roll away the stone for us from the entrance to the tomb?” (Mark 16:1-3)

Can you imagine if the women decided that the obstacle was just too large and just gave up and didn’t go? Large stones weighing approximately two tons were normally rolled (by means of levers) against a tomb entrance. Instead, because of their faith, the women became the first to witness the risen Christ and were sent to go and tell the good news to the other disciples.

If you think an obstacle is too large then it is too large. If you think something is impossible then it is impossible. None of us knows what we can accomplish until we try. If we dare to think in new and different ways, impregnable walls can come down, impossible solutions can be found and stones too heavy for us to move can be rolled away.