Go Back to the 80’s

THE EVENT  The Florida Initiative for Suicide Prevention, Inc., (FISP) is proud to honor this year four of our very special supporters. Their passion and devotion to helping prevent suicide has made a huge difference in our community. FISP proudly honors: Howard M. Cohen, LMHC, Cohen Counseling, Carol Cooper, Peter Cooper Community Foundation of Broward Fund, and Darah Zeledon, Adam Silverman HOPE Club Memorial Fund and FISP HOPE Club Parent Sponsor. This year’s theme is “Go Back to the 80’s.” The evening will include a cocktail hour, delicious dinner, exciting silent auction, a tribute to our honorees and entertainment with the fantastic 80’s inspired Blues Brother’s Soul Band. The attire is 80’s inspired elegant. The silent auction will offer a wide variety of items including something for everyone in the family: art, dining experiences, wine, jewelry, and more. Raffle tickets will be will be available for $10 or three for $25 before and at the event to win $1,000 in cash. 

THE CAUSE  FISP is committed to the prevention of suicide by helping to alleviate feelings of alienation, desperation, isolation, helplessness, and hopelessness through education, support, advocacy and research. Established in 1991 by five families who lost children to suicide, FISP has become a major educational and support resource by working collaboratively with schools, police, organizations, professionals, agencies, and survivors of suicide loss. Our goal is to continue serving all segments of our community with our researched SUN program and provide more middle and high schools with our HOPE Club Program. FISP provides five support groups, phone support, referrals and written materials to those who have lost or fear they are losing a loved one to suicide. All our services are financed through grants and donations and are provided at no cost to the participants. FISP serves on the State Suicide Prevention Coordination Council to help implement the state’s suicide prevention strategy.

TICKETS  $125 per person | Please contact FISP at www.fisponline or 954.384.0344 for Sponsorships, Journal Ads, Auction Gifts and Raffle Tickets. Deadline for Journal Ads is January 20.

THE SPONSORS  Nova Southeastern University, Alvin Sherman Foundation, Ruth and Austin Tupler Charitable Trust, Calvin Giordano & Associates, Eli Lilly and Company, Harry Rosen Law, Harvey Chaplin, Innovative Endoscopy Components, Jamie McDonnell, Joseph McDonnell, Kaufman, Rossin & Company, Lakeside Executive Suites, Weston Lifestyle.

Saturday, February 8
Go Back to the 80’s
Signature Grand 
6900 W. State Rd. 84,
Davie, FL
7 p.m. to 11 p.m.

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