Oct 19, 2022 6:30 PM
Colleen Bullard
The CCB Foundation

Colleen will be speaking about the CCB Foundation in advance of their annual fundraiser Cory’s Trivia Night & Silent Auction. The event will take place on Saturday, October 28th at the Gloucester Elks. This year we are thrilled to announce we are opening the CORE Peer Recovery and Resource Center located in Gloucester.  All funds raised this year will go directly to enhancing program offerings at the CORE.

Click on the link below to purchase tickets through Eventbrite.  Dinner and participation in trivia are included in the ticket price.  In addition, there will be a cash bar, silent auction, and raffles. If you would like to reserve a table for a group of 10 people that have purchased a ticket, please send your request to Theresa at tah0920@gmail.com and include the names of the 10 people.


The CCB Foundation was established in memory of our son Cory Bullard.  On August 19th 2017, at the age of 30, Cory lost his battle with the disease of addiction.  Ironically, this should have been the day Cory celebrated over 2 years of sobriety, but like others trying to manage this life-long chronic disease, Cory had a single relapse, which ultimately took his life.  Like so many other individuals suffering from this disease Cory was intelligent, well educated, funny, caring, and compassionate. He had worked so hard over the past two years of his life to overcome the disease and get his life back on track. He began enjoying life again; hiking, fishing, family events, and being with friends. He went back to college and received his accreditation for substance abuse counseling.