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Needed-A Touch of Kindness Volunteers
Another Life Foundation seeks volunteers recovering from mental illness to help mentor others battling depression and suicidal behaviors. Free training provided. For details, contact Jim at firstname.lastname@example.org
We gladly accept and appreciate any and all donations.
Please join our efforts by contributing today by telephone, or through the mail.
Donations may be sent via check or money order to:
Hepatitis, AIDS, Research Trust
513 E 2nd
Florence, Colorado 81226
OR you can use PayPal
How Your Donation Is Spent
All funds are devoted to advancing the organization's mission through direct support of programs and services, management of programs and services (administrative and general) and fundraising to support programs and services.
How you may Start a Chapter in your local area
All chapter groups are volunteer-facilitated. Services offered differ by chapter and depend on the needs of the community. Though all chapters must offer at least one free, open-to-the-public volunteer mentor support group, chapters often also develop other initiatives, including educational programs, and newsletters.
Benefits of starting a volunteer mentor support group:
Provide a forum for mutual acceptance, understanding, and self-discovery.
Offer an opportunity to reach out to others and benefit from the experience of others.
Help those attending understand that you "can live and not suffer from tragedies" and thatyou still have control over your life.
Motivate attendees to follow treatment plans.
Create a group that can make a difference in your community, maybe even save a life.
Heres how we help:
Referrals to your group via this Web site
Regular informational mailings for chapter leaders
Free copies of our brochures and videotapes
Leadership training opportunities through regional and national meetings
Chapter awards program that can provide recognition and funding for your group
Use our name and logo
The first step to beginning a group in your community is to complete the Chapter Start-Up Guide Request Form and submit to us at email@example.com
Within two weeks of submitting your form, you will receive a ALifeF Start-Up Guide. This guide includes the information and materials you will need to start an ALifeF chapter in your community.
It is through the voluntary efforts of people like you that persons living with suicidal behavior find the support and understanding they need. We at ALifeF look forward to assisting with your efforts.
For additional information on starting a support group, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
An application form can be obtained here Mentors_Application.pdf
James J. Mc Laughlin
A Touch of Kindness