I Support

Each organization and cause on this page is something I feel strongly enough about to support with time and money. I hope you will too.
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Did you know that 48 million Americans Struggle with Hunger? Feeding America is a nationwide network of food banks and the nation’s leading domestic hunger-relief charity.

As active members of the Indiana Farm Bureau Young Farmers, Matt & I help to donate food to this cause each year. Visit the Feeding America website to discover how we help to provide food to more than 46 million people through 60,000 food pantries and meal programs. Or better yet… Donate Now.

 



My grandpa had Parkinson’s Disease, so finding a cure for this debilitating disease is a cause that’s close to my heart. And since 2000, The MJF Foundation for Parkinson’s Research has funded more than $450 million in research to speed a cure for Parkinson’s disease. If you would like to help find a cure, get involved with Team Fox or Donate Now.



The Red Pump Project is a national nonprofit organization that raises awareness about the impact of HIV/AIDS on women and girls. There are over 50,000 new cases of HIV in the US each year. In the US, it’s also the 5th leading cause of death in women age 25-44.

You can help stop the epidemic by staying informed, and getting involved in Red Pump Programs and Events. Donate Now.


Project Semicolon is a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and love to those who struggle with depression, self-injury, mental illness and suicide. Project Semicolon’s vision is “that together we can achieve lower suicide rates in the US and around the world; That together we can start a conversation about suicide, mental illness and addiction that can’t be stopped.” 

Dealing with anxiety and depression myself, I know this is a story that needs to be told. We, as a culture, have to stop stigmatizing mental illnesses if we want to improve treatments and find solutions for those dealing with these problems.  Donate Now. And remember that

A semicolon is used when an author could’ve ended a sentence but chose not to.  You are the author and the sentence is your life.”