The Boy That Grew Teeth in His Ear
A friend of the Foundation, Roni Kennedy wrote this children’s book on bullying. It is available on Amazon.com for purchase. You can check it out by clicking here.
A Tough Guy’s Journey From Addiction: Dustin Rykert
On April 12th, Dustin Rykert will be speaking about addiction at the Tooele Applied Technology Center. To register for this event, go here.
SafeTALK Suicide Prevention Training
We are going to be hosting a SafeTALK suicide prevention training at the TATC. The date scheduled is 27 April 2016 from 6-9pm. The Foundation is covering the cost of this training, as well as certificates. There are only 30 available spots currently. We may increase to 60 if it proves to be popular.
***IF YOU REGISTERED FOR THE TRAINING BEFORE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9th, YOU NEED TO REGISTER AGAIN. OUR SYSTEM WAS NOT FULLY RUNNING AT THE TIME. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE. ***
8th Annual Non-Profit Day on the Hill
Life’s Worth Living Foundation was thrilled to have been part of only 44 of Utah’s 8,800 non profits who had the opportunity to attend the 8th Annual Non Profit Day on the Hill. We met many people, made many contacts and spent well over an hour meeting with our Senator, and Representative talking suicide prevention in Tooele County. We are excited to be part of the solution.
From left to right: Ted Young, Representative Doug Sagers, and Jon Gossett
From left to right: Missy Lee, Toby Lee, Representative Steve Eliason, Jon Gossett, Tracy Gossett, and Ted Young
From left to right: Missy Larsen, Senator Thatcher, Jon Gossett, Ted Young, and Toby Lee
This newly developed app, organized by Senator Thatcher, lets students anonymously report bullying, drug/alcohol abuse, school safety hazards and much more.
We strongly encourage any students to download this app.
For more information about this wonderful app, you can check out this Good 4 Utah article.
Suicide Support Group Meetings are held the 3rd Thursday of each month at 7 PM at the Tooele Applied Technology College at 88 Tooele Blvd
Life’s Worth Living Foundation is putting together a Community Coalition, so people like you can get involved locally. This is a volunteer position.
If you would like to join the coalition, please email a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can now donate to Life’s Worth Living Foundation through either PayPal or eBay for charity.
Our eBay for charity account can allow you to sell an item and donate either all or a portion of the sale to the foundation.
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Life’s Worth Living Foundation is a registered 501c3 charity in the state of Utah. We aim to raise awareness, educate, and prevent suicide in Tooele County.