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Project 99-Play for Life, Inc., is a 501c3 tax-exempt organization. All contributions are tax deductible.
The team at Project 99 would like to express our heartfelt appreciation for all the support we have received in bringing our mission to our local students and the community at large. In an effort to continue our work, we have established Project 99 Play for Life, Inc. as a nonprofit corporation so that your donations are tax-deductible. Your generous donations will fund the work we do today, and help us achieve the work we hope to do in the future. Once these funds have been raised, all other donations will be used to educate students and the community so we can bring suicide "out of the dark." We want students to stay in the game and play for life!
Help us put together the pieces as we develop our Suicide Awareness/Prevention non-profit. Thanks to all that have already supported us in our mission!
Together we can bring suicide out of the dark.
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Project 99’s mission is to educate teens and the community about the negative consequences of suicide and to show students how one choice can devastate an entire community. Our panel of speakers discusses the topics of how suicide directly affects one’s family and community, resources available to those affected, other ways of coping and releasing negative emotions, and reassures students that they are not alone in their time of distress.