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NCF 2021 Impact Report

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Although the world is full of suff ering, it is also full of the overcoming of it. – Helen Keller

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NCF team members Rachel Winthrop and Kacy Howard (upper right corner) lead a discussion with Glacier High School freshmen about suicide prevention.

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Let's get out of ourcomfort zone!Youth Empowermentfocus on buildingresilienceImagine you and a friend are enjoying a picnic whensuddenly you hear a scream. A child is drowning. The twoof you dive into the river and save the child. No sooner doyou swim ashore than the sounds of another drowning childsummon you both back. After rescuing that child, you hearthe screams of another child and another, all being sweptdownstream by the river. You are surprised to see your friendleave. “Where are you going?” you ask. He answers, “I’mgoing upstream to teach these kids to swim.” -- Irving ZolaA new lens to approach suicide preventionVision Board2022-2023Where do we find strength?

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13Indicates donors who gave to NCF in the 2020 Whitefish Community Foundation Great Fish Challenge.Our apologies if your name was omitted or you were not recognized as desired. Please feel free to contact us at (406) 730-2521 to provide feedback.

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When we learn how to become resilient, we learn how to embrace the beautifully broad spectrum of the human experience. – Jaeda DewaltNATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION HOTLINEThe number for this hotline has changed to 988.1-800-273-8255 still works and the provider is the same: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. You do not need to be in a crisis; they can provide emotional support to someone who is struggling.

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