My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Alliance Of Hope For Suicide Survivors, Evanston, IL, USA
When my step-brother took his life 15 years ago, I had no idea how many fellow suicide grievers were out there. The loss tore my family apart. It also set my mother, the founder of Alliance of Hope for Suicide Survivors, on an unexpected journey -- to help others cope, learn, and heal from devastating loss to suicide.
An organization that was started from our kitchen island 3 years ago, the Alliance of Hope is now a leading resource for ‘suicide survivors,’ who are connecting with and helping each another heal, 24/7/365. The forum has nearly 30,000 posts – from 2,000 members – covering all aspects of the survivor experience. Approximately 10,000 spectators visit the site each month for useful information.
There is no better way to capture the extraordinary phenomenon that is taking place within the Alliance of Hope community, than to visit: https://forum.forsuicidesurvivors.com. There are hundreds of heart-wrenching stories, and thousands of beautiful posts that demonstrate the need for and healing power of this supportive community.
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How did you learn about this organization?
My mother founded it.
What is this organization's top short-term priority?
funding and awareness
What is its top priority in the long run?
ensuring every suicide survivor has access to high-quality, healing support
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