With the recent, tragic passing of Robin Williams, suicide prevention is a prominent topic in the current news. KIIS wants to make sure that people understand that everyone has a support system. We are speaking with Katie Williams, author of the book Journey of the Heart, and advocate of suicide prevention.
After losing her brother to suicide when he was merely 17-years-old, Katie wrote about how it affected her and the lives of those around her. She comes to the studio with great advice in regards to handling loss, and great support groups that those in need may be a part of.
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In the course of its 25-year history, amfAR has invested more than $366 million in its programs, spawning numerous significant advances in HIV prevention, treatment and care. These accomplishments have helped extend, improve, and save the lives of countless people around the world living with HIV/AIDS or vulnerable to HIV infection.
With the freedom to respond quickly to emerging areas of scientific promise, amfAR plays a catalytic role in accelerating the pace of HIV/AIDS research and achieving real breakthroughs.
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Their philosophy for giving back is that people from all walks of life can appreciate assistance from time to time. Bona Fide Clothing and Lifestyle Apparel insists on supporting causes that have a tangible benefit to the community. They prefer projects that everyone can see, touch, and enjoy.
Currently, they are building a playground for Centinela Elementary School, which they hope to complete by Christmas of this year.
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