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From Struggle Comes Strength Event

Looking for an opportunity to work out, socialize, and learn a little more about The Kim Foundation?

During our last health fair, The Kim Foundation was approached by the owners of CrossFit Elkhorn about teaming up and having a mental health awareness event. We are very excited to be able to reach a whole new community of people and start a conversation about the importance of mental health and suicide prevention.

Join us on Saturday, August 22nd from 9:00am-1:00pm, to participate in a customized CrossFit workout session, meet former Cornhusker and NFL player Anthony Steels, and learn more about The Kim Foundation and local mental health and suicide prevention initiatives.

Primal Meats will fire up the grill for a post-workout potluck lunch, so feel free to bring a side dish to share with the group. Plus, be sure to purchase a few raffle tickets for your chance to win two tickets to the September 12th Husker game against South Alabama.

Register in advance for the workout (scroll to 8/22 to select event) and be sure to arrive 30-45 minutes early to warm up.

If you are unable to attend the event, but would still like to purchase a t-shirt or
raffle ticket, please contact Jill Sauser at (402)891-6998 or


About Jill Sauser, The Kim Foundation Project Coordinator
Jill graduated with a degree in Journalism and a minor in Speech Communication from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 2009. During her time at UNO, she completed a two year PR practicum program where she worked with numerous nonprofit clients including the MS Society, The Archdiocese of Omaha, The Omaha Food Bank, and YWCA. Since becoming Project Coordinator at The Kim Foundation in April 2014, she has become an active member of the Nebraska State Suicide Prevention Coalition, The Omaha Metro Hoarding Taskforce, the Early Childhood Mental Health Coalition, the Metro Area LOSS Team, and is helping lead a community-wide health improvement initiative with the Douglas County Health Department called, “Just Reach Out,” which is focused on improving the people’s view on mental and behavioral health treatment.