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Thank you for taking an interest in Teen Challenge Monterey Bay and the Pajaro Rescue Mission.

Teen Challenge Monterey Bay does not charge people to participate in its programs and seeks support primarily by voluntary contributions (financial and material) from friends like you, including individuals, corporations, churches and foundations.

Teen Challenge of Monterey Bay is a non-profit, faith-based 501(c)(3) organization (Tax ID# 77-0151684), gifts to which are deductible as charitable contributions for Federal income tax purposes, and in California for state income tax purposes. Pajaro Rescue Mission is also a non-profit, faith-based 501(c) organization (Tax ID# 77-0110133), gifts to which are deductible as charitable contributions for Federal income tax purposes, and in California for state income tax purposes.

You can donate right now by making a credit card payment online or you can mail checks or money orders to Teen Challenge, P.O. Box 1807, Watsonville, CA 95077 or to Pajaro Rescue Mission, 45 Brennan Street Watsonville, CA 95076.

To make a tax-deductible donation to Teen Challenge Monterey Bay or the Pajaro Rescue Mission, via credit card, click on one of the PayPal Donate buttons below…

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In Memory of Evan Bradley

It is with profound sadness that we announce that Evan Bradley passed away on June 30th. 

Evan was born in Auburn, CA on October 4, 1988 to Randy and Patti Bradley. He was welcomed in the delivery room by his two sisters, Erica Bradley (Wilmoth) and Heather Bradley. 

The family moved to South Lake Tahoe when he was 3 and Nevada City when he was 5. Evan attended Nevada City Elementary, played baseball in Nevada City Little League, and participated in karate competitions. The family returned to Auburn when he was 7 where he continued his love of baseball in Auburn Little League and attended Bowman Elementary School, E.V. Cain, and Placer High School. As a freshman, Evan was a Section Champion on the championship Placer Tennis Team. His name is on the Placer Tennis Wall today. 

Evan received his Associates of Arts degree from Sierra College and attended Lincoln Law School. 

While in high school, Evan became addicted to Oxycontin. This began a 20 year struggle with opiates punctuated by numerous stints in various rehabilitation programs. His greatest success in his battle against addiction came during his time at Adult and Teen Challenge of Monterey Bay. 

It was during his time in Adult and Teen Challenge where, on March 1, 2012, he accepted Jesus Christ and the faith that would help him endure his agonizing disease. Through all his setbacks he never turned his back on his faith and we are comforted in the knowledge that his faith is now being rewarded. 

Evan is survived by his parents, Randy and Patti Bradley; his sisters, Erica Wilmoth (Chris) and Heather Bradley (Mikey Stallings); his son, Kaiden Patterson; his aunts and uncles, Brian Bradley (Roxanne), Dan Ernest, and Cheri Williams (Neil) ; his cousins Adam and Marcella Ernest (Rachel Nez); his niece, Stella Wilmoth, and his nephews, Charley Wilmoth, Michael Stallings, and Max Stallings. 

The family requests no gifts or flowers. There will be a private family service. Those who wish to honor Evan may do so through Adult and Teen Challenge, Sierra Woods Lodge, 43440 Laing Road, Emigrant Gap, CA 95715.