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The holidays can be a difficult time for families who have a loved one impacted by substance use.
That’s why we are so grateful for these eight parents. In their own way — both big and small — they are helping families struggling with their son or daughter’s addiction. By supporting the Partnership’s work, they are offering guidance and hope to countless families.
In this season of giving, we invite you take inspiration from these parents to take action and help make a difference for families in need.
1. Jacqueline is volunteering as a parent coach.
Jacqueline lost her son to an accidental overdose. Now she is a volunteer Parent Coach, helping other parents find healing. You can support families who are in need of one-on-one support by becoming a volunteer Parent Coach like Jacqueline or by making a gift of just $25. Your gift will allow Jacqueline and others continue to coach families and offer them hope and help for their child.
When Cyndi Glass lost her son Jeremy, she was determined to help ensure other families struggling with their child’s substance use find the support they need. Cyndi created Jeremy’s Run, raising money on behalf of the Partnership. You can support Cyndi’s fundraiser and others in our nationwide community of grassroots fundraisers— or you can host your own event. Whether you decided to run, walk, bike or bake, your fundraiser will provide valuable resources to families who are struggling.
3. Andrea is shopping at IGA where her purchases give back.
Andrea is doing her part to end substance use simply by shopping. You can turn your holiday groceries into hope for families by shopping at your local IGA grocery store and purchasing specially marked IGA-branded products. A percentage of the products you buy go back to Partnership for Drug-Free Kids.