My daughter and I started an annual Drug Overdose Awareness Walk in 2015 after the accidental opiate overdose of my son, Feb 8 2015. The walk brings drug addiction and overdose awareness, education and prevention to area individuals affected by drug addiction AND overdose. Tshirt and sweatshirt sales assist in supporting the mission year round. We also provide Naloxone training and distribution free of charge. Stop the silence, every life matters. – Sue Tisdale, Canton, Illinois
For the Love of Laura
Laura Johnson, a wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and a friend to many was diagnosed with breast cancer. She has undergone surgery and it went great, into recovery she goes!!! We are selling t-shirts to show our support through her battle. She is always there to help anyone, she would even give them the shirt off her back. Now it’s our turn to put a shirt on our back for her!
Camp Big Sky
When seeing a lack of opportunity for those with disabilities, Brad Guidi dreamed of a place where any individual with any disability could enjoy the outdoors. Through many generous donations and countless volunteer hours, Brad and his team have built a beautiful camp where people with any disability can access the serenity of nature. As someone confined to a wheelchair with Muscular Dystrophy I can appreciate what a place like this really means to someone. Wheelchair accessible docks and boats make fishing possible; deck board paths winding through the timber allows wheelchair users the opportunity to access the outdoors; cabins and camp sites built with accessibility in mind. All these attributes can be found at Camp Big Sky free of charge to any person with a disability and their guests. I launched this campaign not only to help fund their efforts, but also to spread their passion to the world. Help me create a brighter and bigger sky at Camp Big Sky.
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