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Your generous donation to Surviving After a Suicide Loss (S.A.S.) will ensure that our group provides hope and healing to suicide loss survivors who are grieving the loss of a loved one.

If you would like to donate in honor of a loved one lost to suicide, please include their name(s) in the comments block below. You may also send a photograph of your loved one to info@survivingafterasuicide.com and we will include their photo on our 2019 donor memorial wall.

S.A.S. is the support group of Project H.U.G.S. (Helping Underserved Grieving Survivors.) Project H.U.G.S. is a a 501(c)(3) organization. Tax ID# 59-3720138

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In order to make an offline donation we ask that you please follow these instructions:

  1. Make a check payable to “Project H.U.G.S.”
  2. On the memo line of the check, please indicate that the donation is for “S.A.S.”
  3. Please mail your check to:

Bob Riley, 2180 Randall Blvd, Naples, FL 34120

All contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and are tax deductible where applicable.


Donation Total: $25.00

Thank you for your generous support.

2 thoughts on “Donate”

  1. To all the attendees of the Jan 15th, 2020 group meeting, I want to express my sincerest apologies to all of you. I made a comment that was very cynical and I feel that I may have offended someone. “H” is a very sweet and kind person and may be able to help her child’s best friend with the struggles of loss. My personal feeling is that when someone does not communicate for a long time and then seems to want something from you, my cynical side takes over and wonders what their ulterior motive may be. I hope that no one took offense to my comment, I feel that I did get a little defensive and for that I am truly sorry. I will attempt to keep my comments to myself going forward.

    1. Hi Kathy, Please do not be so hard on yourself. I think in many ways “H” was experiencing many of the feelings you expressed. But it is kind of you to be so sensitive to the effect you might have on the group. Patrice

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