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Bike With Mike

My younger brother, Mike Kutilek, would have turned 32 on April 19th had mental illness not taken his life almost four years ago, on May 22nd, 2020. May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and in light of his recent birthday, I wanted to share part of our family’s story.

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Grant Spotlight: HETRA

Organization Name: Heartland Equine Therapeutic Riding Academy (HETRA)

Mission: To improve the quality of life both physically and emotionally of adults and children of all ability levels through equine-assisted activities.

Funded Program Description: This year The Kim Foundation has partnered with HETRA in order to serve individuals with mental health conditions of all socioeconomic statuses through Equine-Assisted Services.

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Grant Spotlight: RESPECT

Organization’s Name: RESPECT

Mission: Building healthy relationships using theatre and community collaboration.

Funded Program Description: RESPECT offers educational theatre programs, led and performed by our Actor-Educators to students of all ages.

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Grant Spotlight: Child Saving Institute

Organization Name: Child Saving Institute

Mission: Champion What’s Best for Each Child and Family.

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Grant Spotlight: Heart Ministry Center

Organization Name: Heart Ministry Center

Mission: Providing food, healthcare, and a way forward to people severely affected by poverty in the Omaha area

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The Nebraska Expressive Arts Therapy Foundation

As a social worker and mental health practitioner, I have been in the unique position of helping those experiencing complex trauma, family disruption, and grief for over two decades. Early on in my profession, I worked directly with young people impacted by the devastating effects of sexual abuse.

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Grant Spotlight: Project Harmony

Project Harmony is a co-located Child Advocacy Center (CAC) in Omaha, Nebraska serving youth (18 and under) and families in Douglas and Sarpy Counties, and 16 counties in southwest Iowa. Our collaborative campus houses more than 390 first responders and prevention professionals in a child-friendly facility, providing forensic interviews, medical exams, advocacy services, case reviews, mental health therapy, training, and prevention services.

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