Texas State Records offers a COVID19 page using local government stats

Texas.StateRecords.org brings reports of government-generated statistics and important news relating to the COVID-19 virus that was first discovered in China in late 2019, instead of using statistics generated by the World Health Organization or from privately-funded universities as is done by other news outlets.

As COVID-19 cases in America have seen a steep rise, seeking out information from privately funded bodies and academic institutions has become highly risky. This is because the stats that these bodies put together are potentially inconsistent and tinged with political bias, resulting in a rise in anxiety among the people. The StateRecords site, therefore, chooses to use only local government records which they are sure are unbiased and accurate.

“There is a lot of uncertainty in the reporting happening for the coronavirus, and it can be difficult to know who to trust,” said a spokesperson from Texas.StateRecords.org. “We’re getting our number directly from public records from the organizations responsible for keeping their citizens safe, and their economy operational. We’re not interested in political bias or personal agendas, like a lot of other organizations seem to be. For us, the truth is in the numbers, and our numbers are from the people who know what they actually are.

The COVID-19 data page of the website was launched at the end of March and is regularly updated using figures retrieved solely from local governments within the state of Texas.StateRecords.org says its goal is to offer easily accessible public records about the coronavirus that are not subject to bias or political leanings.

Texas.StateRecords.org is a Texas-dedicated site that provides public information on the records of criminals, court results, and important statistics. They offer guidance on how to find such information, how to access them, and what methods to avoid.

Media Contact
Lauren Wilson
Texas State Records
(512) 872-5833

James Beard Foundation Now Accepting Scholarship Applications for 2020-2021 Academic Year

Annual scholarship program is open to students pursuing a culinary, food systems, or sustainability-focused education

New York, NY (May 1, 2020) – Now more than ever, we are reminded of the essential role that the food and beverage industry plays in our everyday lives and the value of shared experiences around a table. In keeping with its mission to nurture chefs and other leaders contributing to American food culture, the James Beard Foundation announced today its 2020-2021 Scholarship Program application period for aspiring and established culinary professionals.

As of 2019, the Foundation had awarded nearly $8 million in financial aid to over 2,000 recipients and will award nearly $650,000 in 2020.

While eligibility requirements vary by opportunity, in general, applicants must be enrolled or planning to enroll in a culinary program at a licensed or accredited culinary school, hospitality institution, college, or university in fall 2020. International students may qualify for many of the scholarships and are encouraged to apply.

“Since the inception of our scholarship program in 1991, the range of food-related disciplines and educational opportunities has expanded greatly,” said Clare Reichenbach, chief executive officer of the James Beard Foundation. “With a number of scholarships, tuition waivers, and grants available this year, we are proud to support the ever-increasing interests of the next generation of culinary leaders.”

In response to the impact the COVID-19 pandemic, the Foundation also recently established the Food and Beverage Industry Relief Fund to provide critical financial assistance in the form of micro-grants to independent food and beverage businesses in need.

The scholarship program is administered by International Scholarship and Tuition Services, Inc. (ISTS), an independent company that specializes in managing sponsored educational assistance programs. ISTS hosts the online application process, selects recipients and disburses awards. For more information about the program and to begin the application process, visit jamesbeard.org/scholarships. The deadline to apply is June 11, 2020.


About The James Beard Foundation
The James Beard Foundation promotes good food for good™. For more than 30 years, the James Beard Foundation has highlighted the centrality of food culture in our daily lives. Through the James Beard Awardsunique dining experiences at the James Beard House and around the country, scholarships, hands-on learning, and a variety of industry programs that educate and empower leaders in our community, the Foundation has built a platform for chefs and asserted the power of gastronomy to drive behavior, culture, and policy change around food. To that end, the Foundation has also created signature impact-oriented initiatives that include our Women’s Leadership Programs aimed at addressing the gender imbalance in the culinary industry; advocacy training through our Chefs Boot Camp for Policy and Change; and the James Beard Foundation Leadership Awards that shine a spotlight on successful change makers. The organization is committed to giving chefs and their colleagues a voice and the tools they need to make the world more sustainable, equitable, and delicious for everyone. For more information, subscribe to the digital newsletter Beard Bites and follow @beardfoundation on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.

The James Beard Foundation is a national not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization based in New York City.

To reach the James Beard Foundation for press inquiries, please contact:

Mary Blanton Ogushwitz
212 957 3005


Partnership Inspires Entrepreneurship and Aims
to Make Financial Competence Fun, Engaging
and Accessible for Everyone

Los Angeles – April 30, 2020 – The Singleton Foundation for Financial Literacy & Entrepreneurship announces today a partnership with Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization (CEO) to promote the entrepreneurial spirit on college campuses around the world. The strategic partnership helps advance the missions of both organizations as they approach entrepreneurship and financial literacy in unique ways.

The Singleton Foundation uses the power of entertainment in its Million Stories Media and Venture Valley Game projects to make financial competence fun and engaging for everyone while promoting entrepreneurship and inspiring individual achievement.

Million Stories is a new, free digital lifestyle and entertainment channel that offers a wide variety of bite-sized original programming with a focus on career, money, and inspiring stories of entrepreneurs from all walks of life.

Venture Valley is a free exciting multiplayer game that allows users to start their own business and then to grow it into a virtual empire, with the opportunity to win real-world prizes. As users compete against each other for in-game rankings and online competitions, they benefit by gaining business and financial skills that will help them in their own lives.

The global network of Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization represents 250 universities and college chapters domestically as well as chapters located in the United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Spain, Brazil, Australia, Canada, Mexico and India. These chapters represent 16,000 collegiate entrepreneurs each possessing an irrepressible spirit of the entrepreneurial mindset.  The mission of CEO is to inform, support and inspire college students to be more entrepreneurial via new venture creation.

The Singleton Foundation is sponsoring the CEO’s newly designed Resource Portal, ensuring that students and campuses will have the resources they need. In addition, the foundation offers financial learning resources that are available to help them manage their businesses and financial futures with confidence. The portal is available at www.c-e-o.org.

Through the partnership, CEO members will have the opportunity to act as Singleton Ambassadors and will amplify the original content created by the foundation. By engaging students in the Million Stories video content, ambassadors will inspire others to develop entrepreneurial ambitions and become comfortable discussing financial responsibilities. CEO students will also help test the Venture Valley game and play in online multiplayer competitions throughout the summer. It will launch on mobile devices and computers later in 2020. An Esports tournament is planned to take place at the CEO Global Conference.  Once released, the game will become part of the ongoing activities provided to CEO chapters.

“Encouraging entrepreneurship is a crucial part of the Singleton Foundation’s mission,” said Singleton’s CEO Shelley Miles. “We’re proud to be working with The Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization. We fully embrace their mission and look forward to helping their students acquire the skills necessary to reach their goals and become the CEO’s of their lives.”

Million Stories Media can be found at www.millionstories.comDuring the COVID-19 pandemic, additional content with up to the minute information and resources can be found at https://www.instagram.com/millionstoriesmedia

To find out more about the game or sign-up for updates, please visit www.venturevalleygame.com

Join the conversation…

About the Singleton Foundation
The mission of the Singleton Foundation is to make financial competence fun and engaging for everyone by using the power of entertainment to capture attention, create change, promote entrepreneurship, and to inspire individual achievement. The Singleton Foundation for Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship is a 501(c)(3).

For more information about the Singleton Foundation, please visit:  www.singletonfoundation.org

About The Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization
Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization, a 501 (c) (3) not for profit charitable corporation, founded in 1983, supports more than 16,500 emerging collegiate entrepreneurs annually. CEO believes that any student regardless of academic discipline can launch a business. Through our global network of more than 250 college and university chapters, we support and inspire the growth and development of any student that seeks to be entrepreneurial.

The Singleton Foundation – Public Relations
Jeff Hare – (818) 726-9238

Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization
James Zebrowski – (813) 258 – 7236

Red Roof® Launches Student Support Program, Offering Discounts to Help College Students Across the Nation Find Alternative Housing

Columbus, Ohio – March 25, 2020 – Red Roof®, the leader in upscale economy lodging, understands the difficulty of this uncertain time, especially for university and continuing education students who were suddenly displaced as a result of campuses closing due to CDC protocols in response to COVID-19.  Mandated closings of schools across the country have left many with nowhere to go, as student housing and meal plans are suspended. Many students are in limbo and not able to return home due to travel restrictions and personal and professional obligations. With many hotels close to college campuses, Red Roof has launched the Student Support Program to help students who can’t get home find stability and an immediate place to stay.  The Support Program provides students with a 30% discount, per room, for stays at participating locations across the country including Red Roof Inn® and Red Roof PLUS+® properties. Students looking for longer term accommodation, seven days or more, will receive a $25 Amazon gift card to help purchase essential items.

“We know there is a real need for students who are scrambling to find a place to stay and may be far away from their hometown and family with nowhere to go,” says Marina MacDonald, CMO at Red Roof.  “Red Roof has many locations near colleges and universities, and we have created the Student Support Program to provide secure and safe accommodations to give students some stability and peace of mind.”

Students must show valid college identification to receive the 30% discount and weekly stay incentive.  Rooms include Fast. Free. Verified.* WiFi that will allow students to be connected and engaged with virtual learning and e-classes during their stays. Pets can travel with students and always stay free. Students looking for accommodations close to campuses can book through May 15 and can stay through May 31, 2020 using VP code 627535.

Students are encouraged to book direct online here, by calling 800.RED.ROOF or by calling or booking at a specific participating property. Third Party Bookings are not eligible. This offer may not be combined with other discounts or offers. Subject to availability. Not available at Hometowne Studios by Red Roof.

For more details on the Student Support Program and to access a full list of participating properties**, please click here.

*Verified Wi-Fi at participating locations.

**Participating properties will offer the student discount and operate in line with local and national government policies and guidelines.

About Red Roof®
Red Roof is an award-winning leader in the lodging industry with franchises, corporate managed and corporate owned properties, recognized for creating the innovative Upscale Economy® segment serving millions of guests each year. Known for obsessively listening to consumers, Red Roof offers travelers a consistently high-quality experience at an affordable price. With coast-to-coast locations, Red Roof has over 650 properties in the U.S. and has expanded internationally to Brazil, Canada and Japan. Whether business or leisure, short trips or extended stays, in the hearts of cities or on the road, Red Roof has a property for every traveler, delivering an enhanced experience at a value price. Red Roof is pet-friendly, as one well-behaved pet is welcome per room, nationwide, at no additional cost*. Ranging from economy to upper midscale, Red Roof’s portfolio of brands includes: Red Roof Inn® and Red Roof PLUS+®, allowing guests to Sleep Easy. Spend Less®. with enhanced amenities at a value price; The Red Collection®, a hyper-local soft brand in the Hearts of Cities You Love™; and Home Towne Studios by Red Roof®, offering guests A Brand New Way to Extended Stay™. Red Roof offers franchisees Genuine Relationships. Real Results. ® – a unique owner-operator experience establishing common ground with franchisees. To join Red Roof’s industry-leading loyalty program, RediRewards™, or for reservations, visit redroof.com or call 800.RED.ROOF.

Media Contact:
Andrea Thompson
Hill + Knowlton Strategies

Help for College Students: Free Webinar About Staying Healthy and Motivated to Succeed in an Online-Learning Environment

BOSTON – March 24, 2020 – As more than 1,000 U.S. college campuses close and move instruction online because of the COVID-19 crisis, many students are facing challenges navigating online learning while dealing with the stresses of daily life. For those impacted, Cengage is providing free access to all eTextbooks and digital courseware for the remainder of the Spring semester. Cengage is also hosting a free webinar to help students with online learning and staying motivated during this difficult time.

WHAT: 5 Tips for Staying Motivated and Healthy While Learning at Home

Students are invited to participate in a live 30-minute webinar hosted by experts in student success and a fellow student. The webinar will provide tips for succeeding in an online-learning environment with a live Q&A at the end.

WHO: The presenters include:

• Grace Nowlin, a junior at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock who has taken more than six online classes while balancing work and family life as a Cengage Student Ambassador;
• Essie Childers, a professor of Learning Frameworks, Study Skills and Developmental Reading at Blinn College in Central Texas; and
• Alfred Lara, an instructor in Human Services who has taught at San Jacinto College in Houston since 2006.

WHEN: Thursday, March 26, 1:00 p.m. ET

WHERE: Register for the free Zoom webinar here.

A recording will also be posted following the event here: https://www.cengage.com/covid-19-support/.

About Cengage
Cengage is the education and technology company built for learners. As the largest US-based provider of teaching and learning materials for higher education, we offer valuable options at affordable price points. Our industry-leading initiatives include Cengage Unlimited, the first-of-its-kind all-access digital subscription service.  We embrace innovation to create learning experiences that build confidence and momentum toward the future students want. Headquartered in Boston, Cengage also serves K-12, library and workforce training markets around the world. Visit us at www.cengage.com or find us on Facebook or Twitter.


Media Contact
Kristina Massari

For U.S. College Students at Campuses Impacted by COVID-19, Free Access to Cengage eTextbooks and Digital Courseware is Available

Faculty and Administrators Have Access to Free Online Course Setup, Peer-to-Peer Guidance for Moving Courses Online

BOSTON—March 19, 2020 — U.S. college students whose campuses are impacted by COVID-19 have free access to all Cengage eTextbooks and digital courseware for the remainder of the Spring semester, the company has announced.

Students can access the materials for free via Cengage Unlimited regardless of whether their instructor uses Cengage materials.  Cengage Unlimited includes more than 22,000 eTextbooks, digital learning platforms/access codes and study guides.

In addition, for faculty and administrators who need to quickly move their classes online, Cengage is offering free support, including: setting up online courses, hosting webinars and holding peer-to-peer “Office Hours” led by instructors who offer best practices for online instruction.

More information about these free resources is available at https://www.cengage.com/covid-19-support/.  Faculty may also contact their local Cengage representative.

“Millions of students and instructors have had their lives thrown into turmoil as a result of this unprecedented public health crisis.  We want to do everything possible to support them, starting with providing free access to our digital materials and platforms, as well as connecting faculty with their peers for online teaching support,” said Michael E. Hansen, CEO, Cengage.

About Cengage
Cengage is the education and technology company built for learners. As the largest US-based provider of teaching and learning materials for higher education, we offer valuable options at affordable price points. Our industry-leading initiatives include Cengage Unlimited, the first-of-its-kind all-access digital subscription service.  We embrace innovation to create learning experiences that build confidence and momentum toward the future students want. Headquartered in Boston, Cengage also serves K-12, library and workforce training markets around the world. Visit us at www.cengage.com or find us on Facebook or Twitter.


Media Contact
Kristina Massari

Phi Kappa Phi Suspends Study Abroad Grant Program

The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective all-discipline honor society, today announced the temporary suspension of its Study Abroad Grant program.

The Society has been closely monitoring the outbreak of COVID-19 and based on the current uncertainty regarding travel, the Study Abroad Grant program has been temporarily suspended. Applications and letters of recommendation that have been received for the 2020 competition will be kept on file and reviewed in the upcoming academic year (Fall).

Each year the Society awards seventy-five $1,000 Study Abroad Grants to help support undergraduates as they seek knowledge and experience in their academic fields by studying abroad.

If you have questions about your application, please contact Kelli Partin at kpartin@phikappaphi.org. We appreciate your patience at this time.

About Phi Kappa Phi
Founded in 1897, Phi Kappa Phi is the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. Phi Kappa Phi inducts approximately 30,000 students, faculty, professional staff and alumni annually. The Society has chapters on more than 300 select colleges and universities in North America and the Philippines. Membership is by invitation only to the top 10 percent of seniors and graduate students and 7.5 percent of juniors. Faculty, professional staff and alumni who have achieved scholarly distinction also qualify. The Society’s mission is “To recognize and promote academic excellence in all fields of higher education and engage the community of scholars in service to others.” For more information, visit www.PhiKappaPhi.org.


Media Contact
Alyssa Perez
Communications Director
(225) 923-7777

Studio City and PXL Offer Career Paths in Film and TV Marketing

Bi-Coastal Company Has More Emmy Awards Than Any Other Marketing Agency in North America

LOS ANGELES (March 5, 2020) – Studio City and PXL – partner agencies specializing in entertainment, media, digital, political marketing and motion graphic design – want college and university students studying film, television or any related field to consider a career in media marketing. This job path allows graduates to work hands-on with major studios while using what they learned from their studies. If students are interested in working in media within political campaigning, sister company National Strategies Media is also looking to employ graduates focused on creating a modern approach for political strategies.

There are many aspects of marketing that can become career paths for graduating college students, and Studio City and its partnering companies can offer students the ability to learn and grow while exploring their options. Studio City is TV and Film production based, sister company National Strategies Media is political campaign based and partner company PXL is web and social media based. Studio City and its partners are looking for talented students to join their team through internship and job opportunities.

“Many film and television students are unaware of the secure job path of media marketing and we hope to change that,” said Stu Weiss, Chief Creative Officer of Studio City. “TV marketing careers allow young professionals to be creative and utilize knowledge from their studies while working with all the major entertainment companies. Here at Studio City, we know strong talent lies outside of Los Angeles and New York and we seek talent from all over the country to join our innovative marketing team. We offer a supportive environment that allows staff to cultivate their professional careers.”

“Studio City has a proven track record of growing leaders from within,” said Joe Tamanini, President of Studio City. “I started here as an intern. Several Editors, Creative Directors, and Production Managers have started from entry level positions fresh out of college and then have been elevated to leadership roles within the company. We’re very proud of that.”

With offices in New York and Los Angeles, Studio City, National Strategies Media and PXL employ over 70 writers, producers, graphic designers, web and application developers, and editors. Each year, Studio City produces over 12,000 spots for ABC/Disney, CBS, CBS Domestic, NBCUniversal, Debmar-Mercury, Fremantle, Sony Pictures Television and Warner Bros, creating compelling and targeted messaging across all media and audiences. PXL has produced digital marketing campaigns for Disney, NBCUniversal, Paramount, Sony Pictures, Warner Bros., and others.

Studio City’s talented staff hail from colleges and universities across the country with varying degree backgrounds. Students interested in learning more about internship and career opportunities at Studio City can visit: https://www.studiocity.com/careers/.

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Entertainment, Media, Digital and Political Marketing and Motion Graphic Design since 1995. Based in New York and Los Angeles, 2-Time Emmy and Clio Award-winning Studio City /PXL is the world’s only entity producing original marketing content every day for every major studio. Each year, Studio City produces over 12,000 spots for ABC/Disney, CBS, CBS Domestic, NBC/Universal, Debmar-Mercury, Fremantle, Sony Pictures Television and Warner Bros. Their work is seen every day in more than 100-million homes in the US. In 2012, Studio City launched its original content division, which created Dish Nation (Nightly on FOX), Building Off The Grid (DIY), co-productions like The 44th, 45th & 46th Daytime Emmy Awards, and is in development on multiple scripted and unscripted series’.

National Strategies Media is a political marketing agency that blends cutting edge digital technologies with 25 years of television marketing experience to bolster awareness and engagement for progressive campaigns and organizations. “Nat Strat” as its familiarly known, got its start in the 2018 cycle working with campaigns across the country, most notably with California Congresswoman Maxine Waters. More recently, Nat Strat has been creating ads for former Senator Barbara Boxer’s PAC For A Change which is aimed at flipping the Senate in the 2020 election cycle. National Strategies Media strives to elevate campaign content by harnessing the Emmy and Clio award winning creative of parent company Studio City/PXL to connect with voters across every demographic and geography in new and innovative ways.

Media Contact:
Allied Global Marketing
Carley Alderman
(O): (323) 330-8849

April Tonsil
(O): (646) 500-8738

The Home Depot to Hire 80,000 Associates for Spring

ATLANTA, March 2, 2020 – The Home Depot®, the world’s largest home improvement retailer, is hiring 80,000 associates this spring in preparation for its busiest season of the year. Over the next several months, jobseekers can apply for positions close to home and school, as 90 percent of the U.S. population lives within 10 miles of a Home Depot store.

All available roles offer tuition reimbursement and a number of other great benefits. The Home Depot grants $1,500 toward tuition, starting on day one, for part-time hourly employees (full-time hourly employees receive $3,000 and salaried employees receive $5,000). The employer has reimbursed over $136M over the past 15 years. Students will receive comprehensive on-the-job training to learn valuable soft skills like problem solving, teamwork, and customer service, as well as home improvement skills. Additional benefits include backup dependent care for children and elders, discounts on items, such as cell phones and laptops, and paid family leave after one year of service.

Many of the part-time positions will be staffed in The Home Depot’s garden center, which gives associates a chance to work with their hands and help community members start spring projects. In addition to these positions, the company is hiring for overnight freight, merchandising and other customer service roles across store departments, as well as warehouse associates for its distribution centers. To help associates get up to speed quickly, the company provides innovative training programs and tools, including a gamified mobile app, e-learning, and on-the-job coaching.

“When you join The Home Depot, you’re joining a winning team built on our core values and associate-centric culture,” said Tim Hourigan, executive vice president of human resources. “More than 90 percent of our store leaders began their careers here as hourly associates, which is a testament to our commitment to growing the careers of our people.”

Did you know The Home Depot also offers internships? Half of The Home Depot’s interns worked in field or store positions in 2019, and and 70 percent of the company’s interns received full-time or returning offers at the end of their internship programs. Indeed.com also named it one of the Top 10 Best Internship programs.

For jobseekers looking for a sense of community in the workplace and resume building opportunities, The Home Depot offers associates many outlets to give back, both at work and through Team Depot, the company’s associate-led volunteer force. Team Depot enables every associate to give back to their communities through volunteer projects, from disaster response to veterans housing. Since 2011, Home Depot associates have impacted more than 45,000 homes and facilities for veterans in all 50 states.

Interested jobseekers should visit careers.homedepot.com for a quick and easy application or text JOBS to 52270 for a link to apply to local positions.

The Home Depot is one of Fortune’s Most Admired Companies, as well as one of the Best Employers for Diversity in 2020, according to Forbes.

About The Home Depot
The Home Depot is the world’s largest home improvement specialty retailer, with 2,291 retail stores in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, 10 Canadian provinces and Mexico. In fiscal 2018, The Home Depot had sales of $108.2 billion and earnings of $11.1 billion. The Company employs more than 400,000 associates. The Home Depot’s stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: HD) and is included in the Dow Jones industrial average and Standard & Poor’s 500 index.

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Caitlin Harvey
Manager, Corporate Communications

Young Adults, ages 18-25, Grieving a Death Loss Need to Get this App

A New App is available for Young Adults, ages 18-25, Grieving a Death Loss, and for the Professionals who serve them

Presented by Actively Moving Forward®, a HealGrief® program. HealGrief® is a registered 501c3 nonprofit organization

In the United States, research suggests one in three college students experience the death of a family member or close friend in any 12-month period. With nearly 20 million students enrolled in American universities in 2019 and the number of traumatic crises ever-increasing in communities and on college campuses, that means that at any given moment, more than 6.6 million college students are grieving a death loss.

The AMF App has been created for young adults, aged 18-25 who are grieving a death loss, to connect on a whole new level. The app is a tool to find support, deepen connections, engage with groups, find events, webinars, and a host of other valuable and helpful resources. Users must first register using the link below to verify and protect the safety of all users.

The AMF app is available in the App Store on iOS and the Play Store on Android devices. Once registered, new community members will receive download and sign up instructions.

Grief support is essential for young adults, ages 18-25. The ability to process grief and adapt to a new normal after a death loss leads to improved grades, higher graduation rates and the ability to maintain strong personal and professional bonds with family, friends and the community at large.

Visit https://healgrief.org/amfapp/ to learn more.

The mission of HealGrief® is to provide a social support network offering tools and resources to support a healthy post-bereavement growth. Actively Moving Forward® (AMF), a HealGrief® program, is specifically for young adults ages 18-25. It was created in response to the lack of resources and support available to the astonishing number of young adults that are grieving a death loss.

Additional resources for publication – Public Service Announcement:

A 60-second informative video can be found in the link below and radio/TV description is also below.


There are 30 million young adults in the United States.
10 million are grieving a death loss.
No one needs to grieve alone.
If you are grieving and between the ages of 18-25, the AMF App is for you.
Register now at HealGrief.org/AMFApp. That’s H-E-A-L-G-R-I-E-F.org/AMFApp
Get connected, feel supported and be empowered.

Fran Solomon – fran@healgrief.org
Shannon Maganiezin – shannon@prodigimark.com