Turn-A-Frown Around Foundation, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 10 10 reviews
57 Notch Rd Clifton NJ 07013 USA
The Turn-A-Frown-Around Foundation, Inc. (TAFA) is a 501-c3 non-profit organization dedicated to assisting those who have lost hope--especially those who suffer from psychiatric and physical disorders, lovelessness, isolation, and abuse. The foundation is a mission of joy, compassion, and unconditional love. It offers an abundance of attention and creates Forever Friendships for those who are hurting in nursing homes, psychiatric hospitals, group residences, children's homes, or individual shut-ins. It does this by providing an army of caregivers, Forever Friends, who bring love, laughter, and a listening ear, as well as motivational, inspirational, and therapeutic entertainment. The foundation is dedicated to developing hope in those who lack it. Finally, the foundation is a mental health advocacy group. It brings encouragement and draws widespread public awareness to many human conditions on the part of both those who suffer and those who are surrounded by this suffering.
Nine awards in ten years.
Forever Friendship, Compassion Theater Company, Administrative Support, Smile Station Outreach
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Drew is fantastic! Can't help but smile when around him. A.I.R. Attitudes in Reverse hired him to help out at the NAMI Walk and Concert organized by A.I.R. Attitudes in Reverse after the walk. He put smiles on everyone he encountered. Even more importantly, he help to spread the word regarding the loneliness of those in psychiatric hostiptals and retirement homes. TAFA is doing something to help them. Great mission led by a inspriational leader.
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Excellent results and feedback. Would definitely hire TAFA again.
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Keep the mission alive. Great work!