Gabriella Pagán, Shea Sorenson go ‘over the edge’ to help single moms, children

KNOXVILLE (WATE) – WATE 6 On Your Side anchor Gabriella Pagán and meteorologist Shea Sorenson rappelled down a 12-story building to benefit single mothers and their children through The Restoration House.

Participants in Over the Edge Knox rappelled down 12 stories of the Langley Building in Downtown Knoxville during the event and raised money by receiving pledges.

Participants must raise at least $1,000 for the Restoration House to rappel down the building. The organization is celebrating 10 years this year. They work with single-mother families, providing them with transitional housing while each mother focuses on career development and self-reliance.

Gabriella Pagán and Shea Sorenson are working to raise $2,500. Donate to their campaign.


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