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The Kyle Ambrogi Story
This is a quick video published by a former friend from St. Josephs Prep, Paul Aspan, who works for Comcast. It was shown on TV multiple times during 2011 and highlights the life of Kyle Ambrogi.
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
The AFSP offers age related educational programs for high school and college counselors, coaches and students, without cost to the schools.
Survivors of Suicide
SOS believes that sharing our experiences and feelings with each other is the best form of help. They feel that all who have suffered a suicide loss can help others comprehend the incomprehensible. They strive to assure the availability of a safe place.
Talk to Someone
If you or someone you love is struggling with depression or you have lost someone you love to suicide, we have anonymous individuals who can assist with finding help.
About The Kyle Ambrogi Foundation
The Kyle Ambrogi Foundation was started in 2009 in memory of Kyle Ambrogi, a beloved son and brother, treasured friend and celebrated local athlete. The Foundation was founded by Kyle’s mom, Donna, his brother, Greg, and several friends and family members. The ever-growing supporters of the Kyle Ambrogi Foundation strive to delivery on our mission: To promote education and awareness of depression in teens and young adults and promote suicide prevention, while keeping Kyle’s memory alive through academic scholarships and athletic initiatives.
Event Information The 2016 Kyle Ambrogi Beef and Beer will be held on April 16, 2016 from 7:00PM to 11:00PM at the Great American Pub in Conshohocken, PA. You may purchase tickets at the door. Hotel Accommodation For our friends visiting from out of town, we have blocked off rooms at the Marriott Residence Inn in[…]
Join us March 30, 2016 for a Minding Your Mind presentation on educating the community about signs, symptoms and treatment options for Social Anxiety Disorder. Program Description: The program will consist of a pre conference presentation on the evening of March 30th 2016 conducted by Minding Your Mind and sponsored in part by the AKFSA Foundation. More information[…]
City Tap House on 40th and Walnut is throwing an Ugly Sweater Party with the proceeds going to both the Matthew Mullin Memorial Foundation and the Kyle Ambrogi Foundation. Both charities are excited to partner together, and know we are in for an awesome night!
Join our team on Sunday October 4th for the Out of the Darkness walk!!!!