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Aspiring Kindness Donates $12,000 to Seton Hall University Counseling & Psychological Services

Aspiring Kindness Foundation Grant Presentation to Seton Hall University CAPS

From Left to Right: Jason Tarantino, Sean Magee, Mike Merizio from AK Foundation, Randy Nolte, Katherine Evans (Director), Priti Shah, Dianne Aguero-Trotter, Sandra Ackerman Sinclair, Jude Uy from Seton Hall CAPS, and Stephanie Hauge, Director, Seton Hall Corporation & Foundation Relations. Photo by Joy Yagid / Seton Hall University

On October 14th, the Aspiring Kindness Foundation made a grant to the Seton Hall University Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS). The grant will be used towards a suicide prevention campus exhibition and new equipment.

The grant was made possible due to funding from our 2nd annual golf outing in July. We thank everyone for their support as we surpassed our fundraising goal and all proceeds from the event were donated to CAPS.

This marks the foundation’s 6th grant to a service provider that helped during the Seton Hall tragedy.

A new milestone is reached, we’ve now donated almost $50,000!!

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