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Celebrating 15 Years

The Kim Foundation is proud to share that this year marks our 15th anniversary of making a difference in the community! Throughout the year, we will be highlighting our organization while providing mental health information, as we continue being a supportive resource and compassionate voice for lives touched by mental illness and suicide. We have a small, but mighty staff at the foundation and we appreciate the support of others to help us fulfill our mission. In honor of our 15th anniversary, listed below are 15 ways you can support and be involved with The Kim Foundation in 2016!

• Stay informed by signing up for our monthly newsletter
• Like The Kim Foundation on Facebook
• Follow The Kim Foundation on Twitter
• Read our weekly blog posts
• Utilize The Kim Foundation website for facts, resources, or support groups
• Volunteer to help at The Kim Foundation events
• Make a general donation to The Kim Foundation
• Schedule a “Voice for Hope & Healing” presentation at your church, professional group, or child’s school
• Invite The Kim Foundation to have a booth in your community or at your church’s health event
• Make a donation in memory of or in honor of a loved one
• Become a volunteer member of the Metro Area LOSS team, if you are a clinician or have lost a loved one to suicide
• Attend The Kim Foundation’s annual luncheon, “A Time for Hope & Healing”
• Be a sponsor of The Kim Foundation’s annual luncheon, “A Time for Hope & Healing”
• Designate The Kim Foundation as the recipient of your United Way contribution
• Talk about and refer your family/friends to The Kim Foundation

With your support and involvement, The Kim Foundation can look forward to another 15 years!

Lori Atkinson, Operations Assistant for The Kim Foundation
Lori Atkinson joined The Kim Foundation in May 2015 as an Operations Assistant. She received her Bachelor’s Degree from UNL in Middle Level Education. She was an 8th grade English teacher in the Omaha Public Schools for ten years and started a small non-profit in her husband’s memory in 2010. Lori assists with many of the day-to-day tasks for The Kim Foundation which includes scheduling presentations in the community, coordinating booths at conferences, attending mental health trainings, researching mental illness/suicide, and working community events. Lori is the proud mom of three children and is actively involved in her church.