of Epiphany Methodist Church.
The ministry was started at the request of Joe and Heather Lynch after they lost their son Andrew to suicide, with the initial funding coming from memorial contributions. ASAP's mission is to assist in facilitating suicide prevention training, promote activities focused on removing the stigma of suicide in an effort to open up conversation leading to education, promote events focused on "at risk" populations including youth through college age, and to provide an open invitation to individuals and families looking for a church family who find themselves, or their loved ones, struggling with mental health issues.
Last year team ASAP raised over $4600 in memory of Epiphany family members lost to suicide.
Any contribution will help the work of AFSP, and all donations are 100% tax deductible.
Donating online is safe and easy! To make an online donation please search for one of the participants and then click the "Support This Participant" button on their page. Donations can only be made to individuals, but the total each participant raises goes toward our team goal.
Thank you for visiting the ASAP- Andrews Suicide Awareness & Prevent fundraising page!