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Recently I received this note from Renee Mair, the woman behind MANY TO ONE, an organization for PTSD support. Please help me spread the word so that the MANY TO ONE initiative can launch more healing into the world….
Please allow me to introduce our organization. Many To One PTSD Support Foundation is a registered Canadian Charity (Registration no.: 825917503RR0001) whose mission is to create an online conduit of PTSD resources world-wide, connecting people to the help they need. In order to help raise funds for PTSD resource projects, we have launched an online FundRazr campaign. We are kindly asking for financial support from businesses and individuals as yourself.
Donations can be made at directly to our Fundrazr campaign https://fundrazr.com/campaigns/3vKI8 or on our website at www.many-2-one.org. By giving to this campaign, you will be supporting the creation of our PTSDOnline.org site. This website will house both PTSD resources for our military and first responders, as well as incorporate a free education module offered to anyone who may have or support someone with PTSD. The programs listed in this database will be North America wide, and then spread from there.
The online service will be rolled out in three phases of development:
Phase 1 – Online Database of PTSD programs and resources;
Phase 2 – training and education module;
Phase 3 – implementation of a bursary program to assist others access programs that may be out of their reach financially.
In order to get this program running, we need your financial support. We also respectfully ask that you share this information in order to help us reach as many people as much as possible in support of our heroes.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Founder, Many To One PTSD Support Foundation
Registration no.: 825917503RR0001
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