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iFred is launching the Schools for Hope Project

We recently learned that 1 in 9 students attempt suicide before graduating high school, and, that the number one auto-fill on Google when you type 'school makes me' is 'depressed'.

We also know that Hope is Teachable!

Join iFred to teach Hope to students by donating to our campagin.

If you are a teacher, school administrator, parent or student who wants to be involved, email us at [email protected]

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