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2017Daniel, Jed & Cody Scholarship awarded in Granstville

Congratulations to Kaiylee Meono, a senior at Grantsville High School. She's been selected by our Scholarship Selection Committee, as one of our 2017 Daniel, Jed & Cody Scholarship recipients. Tonight she was awarded her scholarship by Ted & Kim Young, the parents of Cody Young, one of the young men the scholarship was named after. She is a well deserving young lady. We are so happy for her.#danieljedandcodyscholarship

Posted by Life's Worth Living Foundation on Monday, May 22, 2017

Congratulations to Kaiylee Meono, a senior at Grantsville High School. She’s been selected by our Scholarship Selection Committee, as one of our 2017 Daniel, Jed & Cody Scholarship recipients. Tonight she was awarded her scholarship by Ted & Kim Young, the parents of Cody Young, one of the young men the scholarship was named after. She is a well deserving young lady. We are so happy for her.

Jun, 30, 2017

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2017 Daniel, Jed & Cody Scholarship awarded in Tooele

Congratulations to Megan Huffman, a senior at Tooele High School. She’s been selected by our Scholarship Selection Committee, as one of our 2017 Daniel, Jed & Cody Scholarship recipients. Tonight she was awarded her scholarship from Barbara Hansen, the mother of Jed Hansen, one of the young men the scholarship was named after. She is […] Read more

May, 16, 2017

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Life’s Worth Living Foundation treks across Tooele County

 

TOOELE COUNTY, Utah (ABC4 Utah)-A local suicide prevention group is walking 100 miles across Tooele County to raise awareness about Utah’s alarmingly high suicide numbers.

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May, 05, 2017

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Life’s Worth Living on PBS

It’s A Wonderful Life Festival

The Life’s Worth Living Foundation raises awareness in the prevention of suicide in Tooele Valley. Each December they hold the “It’s a Wonderful Life Festival.” Here to tell us more is Life Worth Living Foundation President, Jon Gossett

 

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Nov, 27, 2016

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Training Breaks Myths About Suicide

Thinking about suicide isn’t an uncommon thought. During any two-week period, one out of 20 people have thoughts of suicide, according to SafeTALK, a suicide alertness training. Life’s Worth Living Foundation, a nonprofit Tooele-based suicide awareness organization, brought SafeTALK training to Tooele County this week. The foundation paid the $40-per-person cost for 40 people to… […] Read more

Apr, 28, 2016

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Elks Citizen of the year awarded to LWL coalition member

Kim Young, receiving the Elks Citizen of the year award for her work with Life’s Worth Living Foundation.

Feb, 07, 2016

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Beau’d, not broken

Jan, 15, 2016

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