FUND THEIR
FUTURE

FUND THEIR
FUTURE

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MEET CASEY

  • At the age of 5, Casey’s dad took him and his sister on drug runs during their weekend visits.
  • At the age of 9, Casey’s dad taught him how to use and deal drugs.
  • At the age of 12, Casey taught himself how to print fake signed prescriptions and sell them to adults.
  • At the age of 13, Casey was one of the busiest prescription drug dealers in the city.
  • At the age of 14, his father taught him how to shoot heroin, and Casey became an addict.

CASEY TODAY

  • Casey is a Jesus Christ follower.
  • He will marry his fiancee, Tori, at the beginning of the year.
  • He owns two businesses and will soon move into his new home.
  • He is a Teach One to Lead One mentor in the same juvenile court system where he first met his T1L1 mentors, Greg, Sheri, and several others eleven years ago.
  • Your financial investments. You make a life-or-death difference in the lives of the Caseys of our nation!

PROBLEM
WORTH SOLVING

Children and youth at risk FUTURE need adult role models to help them:
  • Understand positive values.
  • Avoid destructive behaviors.
  • Have the vision to succeed.
  • Achieve social and emotional stability.