Will power for Veterans is excited to be hosting their 2nd Annual Golf Fundraiser at the Copper Hill Golf Club in East Granby CT.
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I had the privilege of meeting the most amazing gift of a human being by the name of Kevin Hines. He shared his story about his emotional struggle and his journey from the edge of the Golden Gate Bridge, his discovery, the road to help and healing. And most importantly to show hope for all those suffering. He truly is making a difference by touching lives and saving lives and inspiring others...
Check out his documentary called: “Suicide: the ripple effect”. About bringing awareness and hope to others.
I found a song that is so profound. Check it out... Herbie Hancock The Imagine project. “Don’t give up” (feat, pink, and John Legend.
When: November 28th 2018
Time: starts at 5:00 PM concludes at 9:30 PM
Where: Hartford Yard Goats stadium (Dunkin’ Donuts Park) 1214 Main Street in Hartford, CT.
RSVP required, please use the registration form below.
Keeping Schools, Hospitals, Businesses, and Communities safer:
Come join Will power inc at Yale university as we have subject matter expert speakers to cover the areas around active shooter, mass notification, emotional trauma and response, we Will demonstrate Yale PD’s drone, and have a case study panel discussion on recent events.
WHEN: November 26th 2018
TIME: Registration at 8:30 AM starts at 9:00 and concludes at 2:30 (includes lunch).
WHERE: Yale university public safety department’s Yale West campus (Address: 100 West Campus Drive) in Orange, CT.
Please RSVP your attendance below, you don’t want to miss the great educational and networking opportunity targeted for law enforcement and security focused professionals (those involved with emergency planning and response.
Donna gave the listeners an update on where her fundraising efforts are at this time. She talks about the mission of wanting to build a retreat center dedicated to military, veterans, and first responders. So far she has raised $27,000 with the help of many other local organizations stepping in to assist with her mission. For instance, the Suffield High School Zielinski's kindness crew involved students to helping raise awareness and fundraiser by selling bracelets for the first 3 months of school.
Thank You to Aum Aesthetics Medical Spa for offering free facials to our Veterans during the month of August to honor the charity Willingness to Change.
Thank you to Suffield High School’s Zielinski’s Kindness Crew along with former graduate Alexander Castro for assisting in raising funding for our retreat center for veterans and first responders! Sales will begin at the start of the school year!