Our community is full of incredible people and organizations, out making a difference for others! In this month’s Non-Profit Spotlight we’d like to recognize Tiffany’s Gift!

Two lives were tragically taken in July of 2008 at the hands of a drunk boater. One of those lives was 14 year old Tiffany Amber Breslin who was struck by a boat while sitting on the Breslin family sea-doo. She suffered a traumatic brain injury and passed a day later. The non-profit, Tiffany’s Gift, was started in honor of Tiffany Breslin to raise awareness of drunk driving anywhere.

One of the ways that Tiffany’s Gift is making a difference in the community is by working with the local Police and the Sheriff’s Department to run the Every 15 Minutes program in local schools. They have run this program in Murrieta, Temecula, Oceanview, Corona and Fontana schools, to name a few.

The Every 15 Minutes program is a two-day program focusing on high school juniors and seniors, which challenges them to think about drinking, driving, personal safety, the responsibility of making mature decisions and the impact their decisions have on family, friends, their community, and many others. (California Highway Patrol)

With the added restrictions during COVID and the schools being taught virtually, Tiffany’s gift has had to pause their efforts to educate youth through the Every 15 Minutes program. COVID has also made fundraising extremely difficult. That is not enough to keep them down, their year was still full of great accomplishments.

For the month of February 2021 Stromsoe Insurance will donate $21 to Tiffany’s Gift for every referral that comes to our team!

Learn More about The 2021 Vision Referral Rewards Program HERE…

 

Work done on the public service video, “Nothing is That Important” brought on a nomination by The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Pacific Southwest Chapter for a regional Emmy Award! This PSA was produced by Endeavor Production Group in partnership with Tiffany’s Gift, highlighting the tough decisions children face when their parents drink and get behind the wheel.

The video depicts a short interaction between father and son played by Robert Rankin Walker and Murrieta Valley High School graduate Nick Delzompo. The son questions the father’s ability to drive while both contemplate the potential disaster. (Endeavor Production Group)

Donations are always welcome and will support their efforts to raise awareness about the effect of driving drunk anywhere. While Tiffany’s Gift greatly appreciates monetary donations, you can also support them by spreading the message. If you would like to get in contact to find out more about how you can get involved and support their efforts, email tgtiffanysgift@gmail.com or call (951) 609-4237. For more information you can also visit their website.

If you would like to help support Tiffany’s Gift, please engage with them using the following:

For the month of February 2021 Stromsoe Insurance will donate $21 to Tiffany’s Gift for every referral that comes to our team!

Learn More about The 2021 Vision Referral Rewards Program HERE…

Would you like to learn more about how we can help protect your non-profit , call your Stromsoe Insurance Total Protection Team at (951) 600-5751 or email insure@siaonline.com today!

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